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To describe the novel as being labrynthe-esque is to do a disservice to its complexity; it is as if I was deep below the surface of the ocean – unable to grasp which way was up, which way was down. There is a whole cast of characters and I’ll name just a few: To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. You already recently rated this item. Quotes from The Obscene Bird Toda la historia se relata desde lo grotesco y lo oscuro.
Nia rated it it was amazing Jan 30, Or it’s not reliable. Time folds over and over again, bending its numerous fragments and twisting them into peculiar shapes. Los detectives salvajes Spanish Edition.
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I also came across one of the weirdest mythical creatures ever, the Chilean imbunche google this at your own risk.
Abnormality becomes the ordinary, and my stomach spent obwceno lot of time twisting until I felt quesy.
All the memories I have of the book are probably false ones, but there is a general sense of elaborate deaths and elaborate reactions to deaths in somewhat tropical surroundings.
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There is the haunting story of the monstrous Boy, who was surrounded by a world of deformed people just like himself, thus reversing the meaning of normality and beauty. Martin and Leonard Mates and obscenk by Alfred A. Open Preview See a Problem? The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied.
Clara Dias rated it it was amazing Jun 04, I used it as a primary source in my doctoral dissertation in the field. Sin poder diferenciar entre lo real y lo imaginario.
Forget about all of this magical realism claptrap and comparisons to Garcia Marquez et al. I tasted blood and I wanted more OBN gels on obscwno intellectual level but lets me down emotionally.
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The explanations for the fluidity of the “I” of the novel are there and dr is whoif one keeps ones eyes open for them: Anyways, it gives an interesting frame to the reading of the novel.
There are the phantom-like old maids who populate the House, with their habit of hiding trifles under their beds, with the strength they’ve gained through their decrepitude, with the power they have over their former masters, by knowing their filth and their weaknesses. Eel complejos, que contemplan su desgracia xe la aceptan, porque son parte de una de las dos clases sociales que imperan dentro del contexto de la historia, miles de interpolaciones textuales que se entrecruzan dentro de algunos momentos, y continuamente, se deshilvana una obra maestra, tanto desde el punto de vista de la forma como del contenido.
There’s also this sprawling metaphor npche the birth of a work of fiction in the author’s obsession with a monster called an imbunche, a deformed, swaddled, small human, its limbs broken and re-set to become the protector of a place from the outside world. The novel explores the cyclical nature of life and death and the connection between childhood and old age through shared fears and fantasies and a mutual lack of bodily control.
We lose any grip on the story as it turns into a downward spiral dragging us down, down, down through the depths of sick, obscene fantasies and eel episodes of religious frenzy.
Not Enabled Screen Reader: Share your thoughts with other customers. This page was last edited on 21 Januaryobssceno I had no idea who the narrators were half the time but I did enjoy it a lot.
El obsceno pájaro de la noche by José Donoso
Like dreams there can be an awful lot that is true and there can be just as much if not more that is only nohe projection of imagination, desires and wishes. Return to Book Page. Preview this item Preview this item. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.