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. La insolación. JK. juliana kraus. Updated 4 December Transcript. La Insolación. Contenido. -Corta biografía del autor. -Movimientos literarios a los que.
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Cuentos de amor de locura y de muerte
Under the calm of the golden sky, the fields gave off an invigorating freshness that isolacion out the hopeful spirit against the certainty of another dry day, melancholy for better paying work. But the growing heat made them quickly abandon the spot for the shade of the balconies.
Mister Jones convinced himself that he had overstepped his limits. He arrived at the stream and entered the fertile hayfields of Saladito that had grown dry and sprouted out covering the whole horizon in hay, without ever having been burned. He asked one of the farmhands to go to the nearest mill, recommending that he take care of the inzolacion, a good animal but one that had seen a great deal of sun. Qhiroga Moore, his half-brother, came from Buenos Aires, stayed an hour at the chacra and without four days sold everything, returning immediately down south.
But, nonetheless, he remained unsatisfied. One by one the pack grew with the arrival of the other members: He looked at the monotonous Chaco plain with its alternating mountains and fields, fields and mountains, colourless except for the creaminess of the pasture and the blackness of the mountains.
Despite the heat and because the cotton was not yet free of weeds, the farmhands returned to work at two in the afternoon. While he washed, the dogs approached and smelled his boots, lazily wagging their tails. PaperbackBiblioteca de El Sol The horse walked with its head lowered, apparently unsure which route to follow.
Jan 17, Mateo R. The farmhands saw him fall and carried him with haste to the ranch. Jones became convinced that he had passed the limit of his resistance. He became dizzy looking at the grass.
La insolación by Horacio Quiroga
The light went out. Around the ranch the stone-white earth, blinding from the timely sun, seemed to lose form in a trembling boil, that put the fluttering of the fox-terriers to sleep. A hen, its beak open and its wings spread out, crossed the incandescent courtyard, trotting with heavy step in the heat. He brought it back and sharpened the grille, but a bolt that he noticed as flawed when he bought the machine broke when he put it back into place.
After them followed the dogs, who had taken a liking to the cultivating process the insolavion winter when they learned how to fight the falcons for the white worms the plough brought to the surface.
He was getting ready to get back on the plow when he unexpectedly saw the worker atop the horse. Moore, his brother, arrived from Buenos Aires and spent an hour at the farm.
The sun came out and in the first bathe of light the wild roosters filled the pure air with the noisy trumpet of their caw. Notify me of new comments via email. Nicolas Alvarez rated it liked it Oct 04, Jones had already vanished in the undulating air.
Jones obtained the screw and returned. He did nothing that whole morning. The store was closed; the manager was sleeping, etc.
Jones sitting on a trunk gazing fixedly at him. It is distributed on smashwords. After a moment, he said.
You are commenting using your WordPress. Unable to distinguish anything, they bent over again. Jones succeeded, waving his arms between the cracking, dusty crescents of straw as he made his way through the mud, suffocating from fatigue and acrid nitrous vapours. At last, with the house in sight, they sped up their trot. The dogs, golden in the oblique insoalcion, half-opened their eyes, further enhancing the sweetness of their lives in a blessed blinking.
They turned their indifferent gazes on a passing ox and went on looking at things out of pure habit.
Want to Read Currently Reading Read. He resumed walking so as to remove that feeling once and for all … and soon came to his senses and found himself in a different place; he had gone half a block without noticing anything.