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E volumes Eyes of a Blue Dog Big Mama's Funeral and The Incredible and Sad Tale of lnnocent Eréndira and Her Heartless Grandmother Combining mysticism history and humor the stori. You have to stay with this collection for awhile before it starts to grow on you for it is compiled in chronological order and throws the spotlight on the evolution of this writer and his craft as he matures towards winning the Nobel Prize for LiteratureThe 26 story collection is comprised of selections from three volumes of short stories that were published in the 1960 s and 70 s The stories in the first volume Eyes of Blue Dog are the hardest to read as they are interior monologues and reminiscences with very little action or movement the protagonists often pre occupied with death The characters feel and sense their world viscerally and the titles bear little resemblance to the content of the pieces and yet given that the author was in his twenties when these stories were written it foreshadows the literary maturity that was to develop later We see some dialogue and movement appear in the later stories in this volume There is a tendency to repeat lines like The curlews pecked out our eyes or A horse kicked me in the head to emphasise the direness of the characters situations And when the Negro who sang in the park comes to take our protagonist away to sing in the choir we realize that the latter is dying when the torrential rains run for days floods the town and addles the mind we are shown this by the townspeople seeing and smelling bodies from the graveyard floating in the streets great imageryThe second volume Big Mama s Funeral is set in Macondo Garcia Maruez s fictional hometown and the one he immortalized in his novel One Hundred Years of Solitude The corrupt mayor the rich industrialist the thief and other characters like the Buendia family flit in and out of the stories playing different roles The writer s irony begins to appear in these stories the widow of the rich man who believes her dead spouse was noble when he was a mass murderer the artist who gets beaten up for exposing the rich man s corrupt soul the blind grandmother who sees everything in her granddaughter s life The author even has his take on the Wandering Jew story a metaphor used throughout literature The final story from which this volume gets its title is a grand metaphor to the death of the old way of life and the birth of the new one the rule of the landed gentry giving way to democracy It is also a story in which Garcia Maruez s fiction in this collection transcends the micro view to take on the macro oneThe third volume The Incredible and Sad Tale of Innocent Erendira and Her Heartless Grandmother seems pre occupied with taking the author s vision down to the level of children Two of the tales are subtitled A Tale for Children and speak of strange people and ships that appear from out of the sea to teach us lessons Yet other pre occupations not necessarily juvenile in content emerge the dying and corrupt senator who sacrifices his reputation to feast on the body of a young girl a theme that Garcia Maruez fully developed in his final novel Memories of My Melancholy Whores the balance of good and evil both needing each other to survive The final story from which the volume gets it s name is the longest in the entire collection and its title says it all poor Erendira the 14 year old virgin is exploited to the fullest by her wicked grandmother and is indentured to the old whore for life Despite the exaggerated situations that are typical of magic realism some interesting truths emerge smugglers do not interfere with the Church wrong enemy to take on those who are abused and manipulated will abuse and manipulate when one is focused on escape one often leaves loved ones behind The imagery is also magical the wind is always howling outside Erendira s tent as she travels the desert country selling her body the wind of her misfortune we think the grandmother s blood is green with envy of her granddaughter s youth and promise we wonder glass changes colour when the love struck Ulises Erendira s lover touches it testament to seeing things with rose tinted glasses perhaps Although the geography we travel through in this collection is around coastal Colombia our travels through human experience is far wide and deep This is a great collection to understand the evolution of a writer from his narrow beginnings to the expansive weave and heft he achieved in his later writing Radio Free Europe and the Pursuit of Democracy evolution of this writer and his craft as he matures towards winning the Nobel Prize for LiteratureThe 26 story collection is comprised of selections from three volumes of short stories that were published in the 1960 s and 70 s The stories in the first volume Eyes of Blue Dog are the hardest to read as they are interior monologues and reminiscences with very little action or movement the protagonists often pre occupied with death The characters feel and sense their world viscerally and the titles bear little resemblance to the content of the pieces and yet given that the author was in his twenties when these stories were written it foreshadows the literary maturity that was to develop later We see some dialogue and movement appear in the later stories in this volume There is a tendency to repeat lines like The curlews pecked out our But I Survived eyes or A horse kicked me in the head to A Passion for More emphasise the direness of the characters situations And when the Negro who sang in the park comes to take our protagonist away to sing in the choir we realize that the latter is dying when the torrential rains run for days floods the town and addles the mind we are shown this by the townspeople seeing and smelling bodies from the graveyard floating in the streets great imageryThe second volume Big Mama s Funeral is set in Macondo Garcia Maruez s fictional hometown and the one he immortalized in his novel One Hundred Years of Solitude The corrupt mayor the rich industrialist the thief and other characters like the Buendia family flit in and out of the stories playing different roles The writer s irony begins to appear in these stories the widow of the rich man who believes her dead spouse was noble when he was a mass murderer the artist who gets beaten up for Kodak and the Lens of Nostalgia exposing the rich man s corrupt soul the blind grandmother who sees Spojrzenie na sztukę everything in her granddaughter s life The author Nue even has his take on the Wandering Jew story a metaphor used throughout literature The final story from which this volume gets its title is a grand metaphor to the death of the old way of life and the birth of the new one the rule of the landed gentry giving way to democracy It is also a story in which Garcia Maruez s fiction in this collection transcends the micro view to take on the macro oneThe third volume The Incredible and Sad Tale of Innocent Erendira and Her Heartless Grandmother seems pre occupied with taking the author s vision down to the level of children Two of the tales are subtitled A Tale for Children and speak of strange people and ships that appear from out of the sea to teach us lessons Yet other pre occupations not necessarily juvenile in content The Clan (Play to Live emerge the dying and corrupt senator who sacrifices his reputation to feast on the body of a young girl a theme that Garcia Maruez fully developed in his final novel Memories of My Melancholy Whores the balance of good and A Fools Paradise evil both needing Lardżelka each other to survive The final story from which the volume gets it s name is the longest in the Beauty Ravished entire collection and its title says it all poor Erendira the 14 year old virgin is Reviving the Broken Marionette exploited to the fullest by her wicked grandmother and is indentured to the old whore for life Despite the Service Book ... of the Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of North America exaggerated situations that are typical of magic realism some interesting truths A Curse So Dark and Lonely (Cursebreakers, emerge smugglers do not interfere with the Church 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De første historier om alle vi børn i Bulderby escape one often leaves loved ones behind The imagery is also magical the wind is always howling outside Erendira s tent as she travels the desert country selling her body the wind of her misfortune we think the grandmother s blood is green with Il piacere nel Medioevo envy of her granddaughter s youth and promise we wonder glass changes colour when the love struck Ulises Erendira s lover touches it testament to seeing things with rose tinted glasses perhaps Although the geography we travel through in this collection is around coastal Colombia our travels through human Drunk on the Moon evolution of a writer from his narrow beginnings to the Der ganze weg expansive weave and heft he achieved in his later writing

Summary Todos los cuentos

Collected here are twenty six of Gabriel Garcia Maruez's most brilliant and enchanting short stories presented in the chronological order of their publication in Spanish from thre. Only his own death came between him and his grave Resigned he listened to the drop thick heavy exact as it dripped in the other world in the mistaken and absurd world of rational creatures In twenty six stories from Eyes of a Blue Dog Big Mama s Funeral and The Incredible and Sad Tale of lnnocent Er ndira and Her Heartless Grandmother the greatness of Gabriel Garc a M ruez is confirmed once again Stories of communities torn apart by dispute poverty and superstition Stories of communities brought together by hope and love and the daily struggle to survive Towns where angels with gigantic wings roam free demons spread their stink which the perfume of roses cannot disguise women are either revered figures or seductresses that search for an escape from a bleak reality Either way it is women that hold the strings to the puppet show of a paranoid world Every day I try to remember the phrase with which I am to find you I said Now I don t think I ll forget it tomorrow Still I ve always said the same thing and when I wake up I ve always forgotten what the words I can find you with are Eyes of A Blue Dog It would be impossible to choose my favourite stories in the array of crumbling towns and dirty harbours In the company of fairs civil servants and officials shady encounters and enterprises and otherworldly women In the nights of August with its melancholy and strange magnetism all things are possible I remembered the August nights in whose wondrous silence nothing could be heard except the millenary sound that the earth makes as it spins on its rusty unoiled axis Suddenly I felt overcome by an overwhelming sadness Since it s Sunday and it s stopped raining I think I ll take a bouuet of roses to my grave Birds are breaking windows invading houses only to die inside In the August heat the deserted streets unwashed because of the droughts are suffocating the pedestrians with the stench of death What does the troubled priest actually see around him The Wandering Jew or the Devil himself Blind women try to warn others with their vision but who believes them Wives ask to be buried alive and a town is visited by the travelling show of the woman who was turned into a spider for having disobeyed her parents The isolated ruined towns have lost their multicoloured glory eaten away by the vicious sun and the cruel sea And there is no mercy in store for the residents If we find each other sometimes put your ear to my ribs when I sleep on the left side and you ll hear me echoing Eyes of a Blue Dog A sensual haunting mesmerizing elegy of a relationship in a dream Someone Has Been Disarranging These Roses Who is the ghost Who is dead Who is alive A tale of loneliness isolation sanctity and sacred roses Monologue of Isabel Watching It Rain in Macondo The desire for rain becomes an unimaginable terror for the community of Macondo A story that represents the uniue lyrical voice of M ruez The Incredible and Sad Tale of Innocent Erendira and Her heartless Grandmother One of the most powerful cruel raw stories by M ruez How much does innocence cost in a community that cannot find its way through the darknessEvery passage written by M ruez is a revelation of the power of Literature Its magic its lyrical voice its mesmerizing uality to carry you in dark worlds into your soul In a site that supposedly promotes reading it is astonishing to see many readers dismissing M ruez on the grounds of magical realism and being incomprehensible How about you try a little The angel was the only one who took no part in his own act He spent his time trying to get comfortable in his borrowed nest befuddled by the hellish heat of the oil lamps and sacramental candles that had been placed along the wire She s done a lot of travelling Mr Herbert said She s carrying behind the flowers from all the seas of the world My reviews can also be found on Absolute Banking English enchanting short stories presented in the chronological order of their publication in Spanish from thre. Only his own death came between him and his grave Resigned he listened to the drop thick heavy Jewish Life escape from a bleak reality Either way it is women that hold the strings to the puppet show of a paranoid world Every day I try to remember the phrase with which I am to find you I said Now I don t think I ll forget it tomorrow Still I ve always said the same thing and when I wake up I ve always forgotten what the words I can find you with are Eyes of A Blue Dog It would be impossible to choose my favourite stories in the array of crumbling towns and dirty harbours In the company of fairs civil servants and officials shady Sex Toys 101 encounters and The Joy in Business enterprises and otherworldly women In the nights of August with its melancholy and strange magnetism all things are possible I remembered the August nights in whose wondrous silence nothing could be heard Stuffed except the millenary sound that the Cotas Claim earth makes as it spins on its rusty unoiled axis Suddenly I felt overcome by an overwhelming sadness Since it s Sunday and it s stopped raining I think I ll take a bouuet of roses to my grave Birds are breaking windows invading houses only to die inside In the August heat the deserted streets unwashed because of the droughts are suffocating the pedestrians with the stench of death What does the troubled priest actually see around him The Wandering Jew or the Devil himself Blind women try to warn others with their vision but who believes them Wives ask to be buried alive and a town is visited by the travelling show of the woman who was turned into a spider for having disobeyed her parents The isolated ruined towns have lost their multicoloured glory The Captured Princess (Taken by Vikings, eaten away by the vicious sun and the cruel sea And there is no mercy in store for the residents If we find Pamięć - brzemię i uwolnienie. Niemcy wobec nazistowskiej przeszłości (1945-2010) each other sometimes put your Fakers, Forgers Phoneys ear to my ribs when I sleep on the left side and you ll hear me Hearing the Voice of People with Dementia echoing Eyes of a Blue Dog A sensual haunting mesmerizing

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10 thoughts on “Todos los cuentos

  1. says:

    Todos Los Cuentos ‎Collected Stories‬ Gabriel Garcí­a MáruezCollected here are twenty six of Gabriel Garc

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    “Only his own death came between him and his grave Resigned he listened to the drop thick heavy exact as it dripped in the other world in the mistaken and absurd world of rational creatures’’ In twenty six

  3. says:

    Maruez is pure magic It's been a long time since I've read him except for the novella No One Writes to the Colonel two years back so this was in effect a reintroduction to his work And the enchantment has not fadedMaruez resembles three of my favourite authors William Faulkner Franz Kafka and Ernest Hemingway Hi

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    December 2009Some possibilities1 I may have gone in over my head with this one Gabriel García Máruez is uite the writer and I probably lack the fortitude to deal with his imaginative genius Magical realism may not be my thing and my expectations on reading from this were unrealistic having read and loved A Very Old Man with Enormous Wings a

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    6 Collected Stories by Gabriel García Márueztranslators Gregory Rabassa J S Bernsteinpublished 1984format 343 page paperbackacuired Decemberread Jan 18 25rating 4½Original collectionsEyes of a Blue Dog stories 1947 1955 English translation 1968 Translated by Gregory RabassaBig Mama’s Funeral stories 1962 English translation 1972 Translated by J S BernsteinThe Incredible and Sad Tale of Innocent Erendira and Her Heartless G

  6. says:

    You have to stay with this collection for awhile before it starts to grow on you for it is compiled in chronological order and throws the spotlight on the evolution of this writer and his craft as he matures toward

  7. says:

    Reading Gabriel Garcia Maruez is like coming home a home crammed with the most wondrous oddities Birds of wild plumage Winds that scrape against sanity Seas that overcome and drown you But there's not a trace of cold heart stopping fear Maruez's realms are Sublime Collected Stories is a compilation of three collections Eyes of A Blue Dog Big Mama's Funeral and The Tale of Innocent Erendira and Her Heartless Grandmother

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    The bestest short stories from Maruez Some just 5 pages long but packed with so much fervor and flavor Artificial Roses and The Sea of Lost Ti

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    Loved it

  10. says:

    So first of all I have been reading this off and on for about three years now and I finally decided about two weeks ago to give it a serious effort from the beginning This is than just an interesting collection of stories; it's a document of Maruez's growth as a writer The first third of the book is frankly pretty terrible

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