Buy La gallina degollada y otros cuentos: Editorial Fuego Azul (Spanish Edition): Read Kindle Store Reviews – RESEÑA DEL CUENTO “LA GALLINA DEGOLLADA” – HORACIO QUIROGAEl cuento trata de una pareja recién casada que a los tres meses deciden tener. Metáforas: “Los ojos estúpidos” (Quiroga, p). “Arrancándole la vida”( Quiroga, p). “Descendencia podrida”(Quiroga, p).
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Sep 29, Sleeping with Ghosts rated it liked it Shelves: I read this for a capstone class in college, and was surprised I enjoyed it. In fact, I ended up writing my final paper for the class about the author.
It’s about as dark as it sounds, but there’s a certain draw to it I found I couldn’t tear myself away. Much like Thomas Hardy, Quiroga had a very depressing devollada.
Most of his family and friends died before him, several from bizarre, freak accidents. It’s not surprising then, that he would choose to write on the subject of death. This is a collect I read this for a capstone class in college, and was surprised I enjoyed it. This is a collection gllina short stories all focused around death, and most dw the characters die unexpectedly, in very freakish ways. I think Quiroga was trying to find some connection to those he’d lost by writing about those types of accidents.
While dark it’s definitely enlightening, degollara I think worth the read. You might want to have something happy to read on the side, though. While some of the stories were super creepy and thought-provoking, ultimately I didn’t find them unique enough to stand up against other masters in the genre. For example, if you want creepy short stories, just read Poe. Or if you want stories that engage in interesting metaphysical degollada, read Borges.
In the end these just felt like standard short stories. Nothing phenomenal, but not bad either. Jun 05, Victoria rated ggallina liked it. Really fascinated by this author — Horacio Quiroga. I’d never heard of him before receiving this book as a birthday present. But now I’m utterly fascinated with him.
Clearly obsessed with death, Quiroga anchors every story in this collection in some process of it. Whether characters are dead, dying, or have it soon coming, Quiroga explores it with fervency.
To me, these got under my s Really fascinated by this author — Horacio Quiroga. To me, these got under my skin and lingered there.
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They were genuinely creepy and felt current as anything else out there. Others stories however, failed to fully engage me. Lots to love, but not consistent enough to be truly phenomenal.
Nov 21, R. A disciple of Poe and Kipling and forerunner to Marquez and Borges, Quiroga was entirely unknown to me before he turned up as an answer in a Halloween horror fiction quiz in the Phila. This uneven collection of stories run from sublime jungle stories “Anaconda,” “Juan Darien” to uneven revenge tales “A Slap in the Face” and the sickening title story. The closing story, “The Son,” though one of the briefest in the lw packs a twist ending worthy of the best of Ambrose Bierce’s shoc A disciple of Poe and Kipling and forerunner to Marquez and Borges, Galilna was entirely unknown to me before he turned up as an answer in a Halloween horror fiction quiz in the Phila.
The closing story, “The Son,” though one of the briefest in the book packs a twist ending worthy of the best of Ambrose Bierce’s shockers. The Feathered Pillow is great bedtime story for those who believe there life could be sucked out by a parasite.
The Decapitated Chicken is more than just a degoolada chicken. Crazy Mother’s love I guess. Juan Darien a story of a tiger boy.
Horacio Quiroga bases his stories on life experience with a given twist of imagination. Very deep with explained surroundings. Above the top three favorites for me but all worth a read. Originally published from Apr 05, Jo rated it liked it. Kind of obscene and weird. Jan 11, Miguel Barrera rated it liked it.
May 14, Cristina Machado rated it liked it. Great short stories but as you can tell from the title, it’s pretty dark. If you’re looking for something different and intriguing like Edgar Allen Poe, check this book out. Jo rated it liked it Jul 17, Joaquin rated it liked it Oct 18, Jack Lindgren rated it liked it Nov 19, Gabriela rated it liked it Apr 27, Alex Holmes rated it liked it Jun 08, Bob rated it liked it Sep 03, L Fernanda rated it liked it May 06, Dacio Medrano rated it liked it Nov 14, Keith rated it liked it Mar 09, Cindy Lou rated it liked it May 28, Patrick McDonald rated it liked it Mar 15, Tamara rated it liked it Aug 12, Barbara Lynch rated it liked it Jan 31, Zoey rated it liked it Apr 06, Ben Echarry rated it liked it Mar 17, Adriana Spinoso rated it liked it Dec 14, Karla Cabcam rated it liked it Sep 30, There degollara no discussion topics on this book yet.
Horacio Silvestre Quiroga Forteza was an Uruguayan playwright, poet, and above all short story writer. He wrote stories which, in their jungle settings, use the supernatural and the bizarre to show the struggle of man and animal to survive. He also excelled in portraying mental illness and hallucinatory states.
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