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Ulises y la cama de Penélope

Resulta que Odiseo hace su cama con la raíz de un olivar. Como tal, la cama no se puede mover. Además está creciendo, pero evidentemente eso no es un problema para nadie. El punto es que la cama no se puede mover, alterar o perturbar; es firme y constante, al igual que el amor de la pareja real. Que Ulises duerma en cualquier parte no parece contar, pero la continua lealtad de Penélope es representada, también, por su cama inmovible.

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