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Confabulario

Autodidacta de poderosa imaginacion Juan Jose Arreola ejercio los mas disimiles oficios vendedor ambulante periodista maestro y sobre todo charlista de palabra deslumbrante y ademanes categoricos Inuietador profesional de vidas y sensibilidades buena parte de la joven narrativa mexicana le debe ensenanzas definitivas Su p What is the resemblance between a camel through the eye of a needle an aracnofobic who buys a tarantula a country where the trains have their own ways the ants in an anthill the story of Eve the fight for a woman Plastisex alternative energy sources and GodIn an intelligent yet elegant way Juan Jos Arreola experiments with the relativy of the reality and creates a parallel universe based upon principles similar to the ones we know from our dreams Every story has a secret to keep an irony that can only exist if the reader get it a tension that as the confidentiality is build slowly transforms the reader into the stories fellow conspirator What is the resemblance then That is between the reader and the stories

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Pital en su obra va del idealismo adolescente a una vision aterradora y caricaturesca Arreola ha creado las imagenes y las metaforas mas hermosas con ue cuenta el poema en prosa la fabula y el cuento reducido a sus rasgos esenciales Los lastres ue venia padeciendo la literatura mexicana desaparecen en el sin dejar huella I read this in high school for a school paper it was supposed to be 2 stories for person but I did the whole thing because I was the nerd that wanted the things done properly I loved it It was a long time ago but I keep the essays I did with my favorite ones

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Rimer libro Varia invencion lo situo como uno de los mejores cuentistas del siglo XX Confabulario le da un sitio aparte en nuestras letras Su evolucion literaria podria resumirse asi la ingenuidad ue deviene sapiencia la alusion ue se convierte en ilusion el plano vertical ue se trueca plano oblicuo El tema del amor es ca Just perfect I can t found words for describe it maybe the fear of write about some masterpiece to me Great influence for me I hope the translations could be good enough as the original text in spanish


About the Author: Juan José Arreola

Juan José Arreola fue el cuarto hijo del matrimonio formado por Felipe Arreola y Victoria Zúñiga Nació en México en Entre y desarrolló sus estudios básicos en su ciudad natalEn empezó a trabajar como encuadernador e inició una larga serie de oficios En escribió sus tres primeros textos literarios Después de tres años en se instaló en México DF y se inscrib.



10 thoughts on “Confabulario

  1. says:

    What is the resemblance between a camel through the eye of a needle an aracnofobic who buys a tarantula a country where the trains have their own ways the ants in an anthill the story of Eve the fight for a woman Plastisex alternative energy

  2. says:

    Wonderful wonderful stories Arreola must be one of the most underrated writers of all time There's some Borges in his stories and his style some Cortázar and some Kafka not bad company His fantasy puts the mimetic approach of so many other writers to shame Arreola is a prime example of the limitless possibili

  3. says:

    Fun book made in the tradition of Jorge Luis Borges and Julio Cortazar Great world building and exploration of the obstacles and challenges of modern societies with a light touch of theological matters The greatest setback is that it left me with a feeling of being made in a hurry

  4. says:

    its green salt sponges

  5. says:

    This book a translation of Confabulario Total itself a collection of twenty years worth of Arreola's work includes almost all of the material in the Spanish original the one acter La Hora de Todos is missing as is one other piece and Schade messed around with the order of the sections The first section is a Bestiary of some two dozen animals each written about in no than three or four paragraphs Much of Arreola

  6. says:

    Just perfect I can´t found words for describe it maybe the fear of write about some masterpiece to me Great influence for me I hope the translations could be good enough as the original text in spanish

  7. says:

    I read this in high school for a school paper it was supposed to be 2 stories for person but I did the whole thing because I was the nerd that wanted the things done properly I loved it It was a long time ago bu

  8. says:

    again this kind of book its not for me

  9. says:

    Satires fables sketches Many with a religious or spiritual aspect

  10. says:

    A sharp sense of humour and a poignant way of seeing the world surrounding him characterise the short stories in this book

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