Nonfiction | September 01, 1987
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We squatted in a circle on the wet surface of the paramo and took turns drinking from a single glass. The place was high and cold; a thick mist, called “neblina” by the Andean mestizos, made visibility beyond a few meters impossible.
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10.3 (Fall 1987)
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