Cuentos completos/ Complete Stories (Spanish Edition) download epub
by Juan Garcia Hortelano
Short Stories & Anthologies. This collection, the first of three volumes of Cortazar's complete short stories, is an excellent introduction
Short Stories & Anthologies. This collection, the first of three volumes of Cortazar's complete short stories, is an excellent introduction. It contains many of his best-known stories: "Axolotl", "La noche boca arriba", "Casa tomada", "Continuidad de los parques", "Las babas del diablo" (Blow-up). Most of these stories tread the line between the "normal" world and a darker universe of Cortazar's imagination - there is a signature twist which leaves the reader unsettled. I found that I could read these stories in the original Spanish.
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El Gran Momento De Mary Tribune. by Juan Garcia Hortelano. ISBN 9788422605669 (978-84-226-0566-9) Softcover, 1985. ISBN 9788495642264 (978-84-95642-26-4) Softcover, Paginas de Espuma, 2003.
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Juan García Hortelano (14 February 1928 – 3 April 1992) was a Spanish writer. He was born in Madrid on Valentine's Day 1928. His father was a doctor
Juan García Hortelano (14 February 1928 – 3 April 1992) was a Spanish writer. His father was a doctor. When the Spanish Civil War broke out, he was sent with his siblings to Cuenca, only returning to Madrid in 1937 where he lived with his maternal grandparents. The libraries at school and home turned him into an avid reader. Following the war, he entered college in 1941, later studying law at Madrid University.
García Hortelano, Juan. El día que Castellet descubrió a los Novísimos o Las Postrimerías, in Cuentos Completos. García Hortelano, Juan. Madrid: Cátedra, 1997 (edición de Milagros Sánchez Arnosi; fecha original de publicación de . Barcelona: Ediciones B, 1999, pp. 239–285.
Juan Eduardo Zúñiga is a singular case among the writers on the Spanish Civil Wa.
Juan Eduardo Zúñiga is a singular case among the writers on the Spanish Civil War. He lived in Madrid during the Civil War, but it was not until 1980 that he published his first volume of short stories about the War: Largo noviembre de Madrid. This essay attempts to examine the representation of war in this latter work and the unifying. features of a text that, far from being grounded in any sort of autobiographical form, are rooted in a memory that chooses fiction as a form of expression.