47 contos de Juan Carlos Onetti

contos de Juan Carlos Onetti Chamado em seu pr prio pa s de padrinho oculto e inquietante da literatura latino americana do s culo o escritor uruguaio Juan Carlos Onetti tinha uma prosa econ mica e despojada do gra

  • Title: 47 contos de Juan Carlos Onetti
  • Author: Juan Carlos Onetti Josely Vianna Baptista
  • ISBN: 9788579490712
  • Page: 182
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Chamado em seu pr prio pa s de padrinho oculto e inquietante da literatura latino americana do s culo 20 , o escritor uruguaio Juan Carlos Onetti 1909 1994 tinha uma prosa econ mica e despojada do grandiloquente barroquismo que fez a gl ria de tantos outros autores do continente Pouco de pitoresco, muito de pessimismo para Vargas Llosa, o mundo de Onetti est carregaChamado em seu pr prio pa s de padrinho oculto e inquietante da literatura latino americana do s culo 20 , o escritor uruguaio Juan Carlos Onetti 1909 1994 tinha uma prosa econ mica e despojada do grandiloquente barroquismo que fez a gl ria de tantos outros autores do continente Pouco de pitoresco, muito de pessimismo para Vargas Llosa, o mundo de Onetti est carregado de negatividade, o que faz que ele n o chegue a um p blico muito vasto Faulkner e o existencialismo s o as influ ncias mais marcantes de um escritor que dizia que h s um caminho O que sempre houve Que o criador de verdade tenha a for a de viver solit rio e olhe para dentro de si.Esse mundo individual e peculiar est estruturado em torno da fict cia Santa Maria, cidade fluvial e provinciana, que o autor nos d a conhecer por meio de lembran as ou narra es de personagens recorrentes em v rias de suas obras, como o m dico D az Grey Por vezes, parece que nada acontece Por isso mesmo, o que acontece n o pouco.Irineu Franco PerpetuoColaborador da Folha

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    • Juan Carlos Onetti Josely Vianna Baptista

      Juan Carlos Onetti July 1, 1909, Montevideo May 30, 1994, Madrid was an Uruguayan novelist and author of short stories.A high school drop out, Onetti s first novel, El pozo, published in 1939, met with his close friends immediate acclaim, as well as from some writers and journalists of his time 500 copies of the book were printed, most of them left to rot at the only bookstore that sold it, Barreiro the book was not reprinted until the 60 s, with an introduction and preliminary study by ngel Rama Aged 30, Onetti was already working as editing secretary of the famous weekly Uruguayan newspaper Marcha He had lived for some years in Buenos Aires, where he published short stories and wrote cinema critiques for the local media, and met and befriended the notorious novelist and journalist, Roberto Arlt El juguete rabioso , Los siete locos , Los lanzallamas.He went on to become one of Latin America s most distinguished writers, earning Uruguay s National Prize in literature in 1962 In 1974, he and some of his colleagues were imprisoned by the military dictatorship Their crime as members of the jury, they had chosen Nelson Marra s short story El guardaespaldas i.e The bodyguard as the winner of Marcha s annual literary contest Due to a series of misunderstandings and the need to fill some space in the following day s edition , El guardaespaldas was published in Marcha, although it had been widely agreed among them that they shouldn t and wouldn t do so, knowing this would be the perfect excuse for the military to intervene Marcha, considering the subject of the story the interior monologue of a top rank military officer who recounts his murders and atrocious behavior, much as it was happening with the functioning regime.Onetti left his native country and his much loved city of Montevideo after being imprisoned for 6 months in Colonia Etchepare, a mental institution A long list of world famous writers including Gabriel Garc a M rquez, Mario Vargas Llosa and Mario Benedetti signed open letters addressed to the military government of Uruguay, which was unaware of the talented and completely harmless writer it had imprisoned and humiliated.As soon as he was released, Onetti fled to Spain with his wife, violin player Dorotea M hr There he continued his career as a writer, being awarded the most prestigious literary prize in the Spanish speaking world, the Premio Cervantes He remained in Madrid until his death in 1994 He is interred in the Cementerio de la Almudena in Madrid.



    156 thoughts on “47 contos de Juan Carlos Onetti

    • 'The woman always pretended to be sleeping and to wake up with a small jolt, with assorted masculine names, dazzled with the remainders of a dream that not even my presence or any reality could compensate. I was famished, and my hunger was renewed and could not imagine itself without her. However, the satisfaction of this hunger, with all its thought and inevitable complications, soon transformed itself, for the woman and for me, in a price that we needed to pay.' (The Album)I stumbled for the f [...]


    • Onetti (y en menor medida Pessoa) es el culpable de que me encuentre retrasado 6 libros con respecto a mi challenge anual de , pero definitivamente valió la pena el retraso. Este es un libro extenso, no apto para lectores que buscan una satisfacción inmediata, se tiene que leer pacientemente, hay que adentrarse en las historias y los personajes, leyendo con detenimiento cada pasaje de estos cuentos, incluso teniendo que releer algunas porciones de las historias para poder compenetrarse en ella [...]


    • Hace mucho que he venido leyendo los cuentos de Onetti.Desde que empecé a conocer su obra, mi lectura de Onetti nunca ha salido de este curso: avanzo una pagína sin tropezar con ningún vocabulario díficil, y al final de la hoja me pregunto: ¿qué demonios ha pasado en la página que creí haber leído? Creo (espero) que he estado mejorando mi capacidad de leer español poco a poco, aunque todavía me cuesta trabajo con este uruguayo.A pesar de no ser completos (pues la última edición publ [...]


    • la prosa -¿poesía?- de Onetti está tan cargada y embellecida que a veces empaña la trama. esto no ocurre en todos los cuentos, pero sí en varios. Onetti es un sacado, brindo por él, llevó a fondo una estética que, calculo, se lo terminó llevando a él. sus temas abordan la temática crucial del callejón sin salida: el fracaso y para siempre que se deja leer página a página. lector: para estos cuentos hace falta una dedicación, esta literatura lejos está de la liviandad y la prosa d [...]


    • Tiene un estilo de escritura libre de maneras protocolarias y manea un sentido del humor no apto para ingenuos y entusiastas de la vida. Lo mordaz, la ironía, el humor negro y un inevitable pesimismo (como de viejo tanguero) se dan citas en sus cuentos. Más que decir "me gusta"voy a decir que es siempre necesario. Agradezco a mi amigo Santiago Espinosa el hacerme volver a este escritor.


    • Desde que empecé a conocer su obra, mi lectura de Onetti nunca ha salido de este curso: avanzo una pagína sin tropezar con ningún vocabulario díficil, y al final de la hoja me pregunto: ¿qué demonios ha pasado en la página que creí haber leído? Creo (espero) que he estado mejorando mi capacidad de leer poco a poco, aunque todavía me cuesta trabajo con este español narrativo "uruguayo".A pesar de no ser completos reúne casi la totalidad de sus cuentos (algunos de cuales más bien podr [...]


    • Juan Carlos Onetti cre� un universo literario capaz de conmover y cautivar por su magia y tambi�n por su perplejo pesimismo. Este libro recoge sus cuentos completos en una edici�n revisada por Hortensia Campanella, una nueva oportunidad de recorrer los mundos m�s sugestivos, de acercarnos a la fantas�a y a los personajes de uno de nuestros cl�sicos m�s inquietantes. �Onetti es de esos escritores dotados de una percepci�n tan singular y poderosa del mundo y de sus propias facult [...]


    • The more I think about Uruguayan writers, the more I convince myself that Montevideo must be really melancholic. Onetti plays a lot with existentialist matters in all of the stories in this book, which is very heavy to read, yet incredibly able to establish an emotional connection with the reader.



    • Can't opinionate just yet is in Spanish, after all. but i'm liking everything so far, just have to get through that small language barrier.


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