And he conveniently left out the part about how Paz said no one outside the IRS was involved.
Paz tells us that she owned countless encyclopedias and manuals—on mythology, law, history, philosophy, theology.
The tagline for the Museum is “Paz, Memoria, y Sobernía”: Peace, Memory and Sovereignty.
Paz was born in Mexico City in 1914 and died in the same city in 1998.
Maria “Macarena” Paz, a Caracas engineer, is underwhelmed by this explanation.
Paz and I took care of her till her death, which the Polish troubles hastened.
Listen to me, Paz, you whom I love from day to day as a son!
Her vanity increased the six thousand francs which Paz had spent on her furniture to sixty thousand.
As he said these last words, Paz moistened with his tears the hand of Don Vegal.
But what is Love, that, in spite of all these ineffable delights, Paz should still have been unhappy?