Many masters of writing shared their daily routine of writers with mysterious activities or diseases that often marked his life and his work. From unexpected flirtations with delinquency carried out by authors like Herbert George Wells or Emilia Pardo Bazán to strange disorders such as Dante Alighieri’s narcolepsy, going through the ‘delirium tremens’ that caused Edgar Allan Poe hallucinations and nightmares, the secretillos of these authors They could be parallel stories that illustrate their lives in depth.

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