Libraries are astoundingly triumphs of order. Most alphabets have around 26 letters. Arranged in different combinations, these letters form books that can then capture the breadth of the human condition.
As the excited crowd shuffles into the theatre, we are greeted by the lone figure of Gabriel Natán Velazco Robbe standing motionless on stage, exposed only by a dim light. I barely notice anything happening, being busy complaining about the depth of the seats and their incompatibility with my height, until I hear the mumbling in the auditorium start to die down.