Cuentos de amor de locura y de muerte es un libro de cuentos de Horacio Quiroga publicado El almohadón de plumas · El perro rabioso (relato excluido a partir de la tercera edición); A la deriva · La insolación · El alambre de púa · Los . La insolación. Español. Book ID: La insolación. Book cover may not be accurate (+) Horacio Quiroga (23 books). Wikipedia: See this author on. PARA LEER: La insolación Horacio Quiroga, cuentista sinfin. com/la-insolacion/.
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The blades were dull and with the quick steps of the mule, the plow began to jump. No trivia or quizzes yet.
The Indians shared the dogs who returned immediately to being skinny and mangy dogs, who go out quiorga every night to steal ears of corn from the far off fields. The dogs arched their backs and stood on their toes, barking with restrained fury at the Death that drew closer. Some two hundred meters out, the hill cut off the horizon on all three sides by the corn fields.
Natalia Requejo rated it really liked it Feb 07, Despite his order, he had to have galloped the horse to return at this hour. Antonella rated it it was amazing Jan 04, He sped up his pace to get it over with once and for all… and then suddenlt came to his senses and found himself on a distant field: Mister Jones raised his head to the melting midday sun and insisted that he not gallop the horse for even a moment.
The others, without responding, began to bark furiously, with a relentless attitude of fearful attack. The dogs, tanned by the angled sun, drooped their eyelids, softening their lashes with effeminate blinks. Cathaysa marked it as to-read Sep 30, After a moment, he said. At last he emerged and paused at the edge of the field, but it hotacio impossible to stay still under the sun horacko the exhaustion.
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The boundaries were cloudy from the sun-scorched earth. He arrived at the stream and entered the fertile hayfields of Saladito that had grown dry and sprouted out covering unsolacion whole horizon in hay, without ohracio having been burned. Mister Jones convinced himself that he had overstepped his limits. The night went along and the four aged dogs, under the light of the moon, their isnolacion extended and arched up in howls—well loved and taken care of by their Master they were about to lose— ijsolacion crying in their domesticated misery.
Return to Book Page. Connie added it Aug 18, They slowly spread out again to lie down under the sun. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Alone, at the foot of the sleeping house, they began to cry. They growled at the slightest noise without knowing where it came from. The puppy, incredulous, began to walk over when Prince showed him his teeth.
Towards the west, the fields widened and quirroga out into horacko valley, framed by the inescapable shadowed line in the distance. He stopped at the edge of the field, stretched out on the hill, his eyes half-closed, wiggled his nose, and laid down calmly.
Refresh and try again. At midnight they heard his steps and the thud of his two boots on the floorboards before the light came on. Tatiana marked it as to-read Nov 08, As soon as he had concluded his mission and was free, the poor horse, whose midsection was covered in lashes, shook her lowered head and fell to her side.
The arched bushels that crested at the height of his chest twisted themselves together into a solid block.
The dogs understood then that everything had already came to its end, because their Master continued walking in his consistent steps without noticing anything. He could feel it in the air, as if the inside quiroba his head was pushing his skull outward.
But the growing heat made them quickly abandon the spot for the shade of the balconies. He still had a look of death, his lip twitching after his veiled night of whisky was put off longer than usual. He blamed him with all rational logic, a point at which the worker responded with evasive reasoning. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Mister Jones, with the whip still in his hand, sent the peon back to the field, to prevent whipping him if he continued hearing the Jesuit pleadings of the peon.
Their eyes turned indifferently towards a passing ox, and continued their customary stare of the land.
Alix added it Jul 18, Notify me of new comments via email. Books by Horacio Quiroga. He needed air, but his distressed heartbeat did not allow him to take a breath. The day went along horwcio same as any other that month; dry, limp, with fourteen hours of scorching sun that seemed to melt the sky and that in an instant cracked the damp ground in pale quiroag.
The others had seen him too, and barked with their hackles on end. PaperbackBiblioteca de El Sol Besides in his fields, he had never been one to follow the lead.
Cuentos de amor de locura y de muerte
All the meanwhile the heat grew. Jorge Hurtado rated it really liked it Apr 09, The burning heat that had grown incessantly for the last three days added to the suffocating of decomposing time. The whole morning he did nothing. The dogs could then feel the change of insolxcion closing in on them.
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