REVIEW ¿ Pájaros en la boca

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Pájaros en la bocaE sus libros de cuentos y en ediciones internacionales así como un relato inédito Pájaros en PDF or publicado por la revista Granta La selección llevada a cabo por la propia autora configura una antología de su mejor prosa breve hasta la fecha así como una pieza indispensable de la literatura contemporánea argentinaHeredera de la más.

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Prestigiosa tradición literaria en la línea de Raymond Carver y Flannery O'Connor Schweblin maneja el lenguaje de una forma extraordinaria con una prosa sobria y eficaz al servicio de historias ue se mueven en el límite entre lo real y lo fantástico Los cuentos de Schweblin perturbadores y desconcertantes plantean un enigma ue provoca y atrapa profundamente al lector.

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REVIEW ¿ Pájaros en la boca Samanta Schweblin was chosen as one of the best writers in Spanish under the age of by Granta She is the author of Pájaros en PDF or three story collections that have won numerous awards including the prestigious Juan Rulfo Story Prize and been translated into languages Fever Dream is her first novel and is longlisted for the Man Booker International Prize Originally from Buenos Aires she lives in Be.

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  • Amalia Gavea

    REVIEW ¿ Pájaros en la boca Pájaros en la boca ‘’Calderón on the other hand stands motionless He can’t bring himself to lift his foot from the one he has killed He is perhaps afraid of recognizing his girl’s colours on the dead wings’’ Twenty stories full of darkness Deep impenetrable untraceable lingering in our souls Stories told in a strange place between reality and a world we meet in our dreams Or are they actually hallucinations that reveal our true colours In Schweblin's collection the boundaries between human relationships and violence are extremely thin Birds are eaten alive butterflies are destroyed children present the greatest mystery Are they a projection of our true nature before this is influenced by external factors Is parenthood an act of uncertainty a leap of faith Are human beings destined to be alone even if we are surrounded by family and loved ones Are we all prone to commit the


  • Paromjit

    REVIEW ¿ Pájaros en la boca Pájaros en la bocaThese are a literary collection of short stories by Samanta Schweblin translated from the Spanish They are rather dark fare infused with horror stepping onto the territory of the strange fantastical the unexpected and even the supernatural with a strong sense of foreboding As might be expected by such a large number of stories from the slight to some that have substance they prove to be a mixed bag To my disappointment the style and approach of storytelling fails to vary So we have a merman being stranded in a isolated location but not alone of families parents and children brides in search of revenge endeavours to confess to murder putting off parenthood until a timely occasion and Make no mistake these are stories to unsettle to horrify to disturb the u


  • Ova - Excuse My Reading

    REVIEW ¿ Pájaros en la boca Pájaros en la bocaAn unsettling disturbing set of short stories Schweblin creates relatable characters with effortless brushes of words only to destroy them by pushing them beyond the borders of humanity The characters become eeire inhuman making some of these stories stink with psychological horrorSchwe


  • Hannah Greendale

    REVIEW ¿ Pájaros en la boca Pájaros en la bocaThis is a bumpy collection of short stories Many of them feel unfinished or inconseuential The most enjoyable are the ones with an element of horror where there's something decidedly off about the characters and the final lines leave one shuddering and discomfited Specifically Headlights Preserves Butterflies The Test Heads Against Concrete and to a lesser extent Mouthful of Birds and On the Steppe With her back to


  • lark benobi

    REVIEW ¿ Pájaros en la boca Pájaros en la bocaThe first four stories were creepy masterpieces The rest felt like sketches where Schweblin explores themes that will no doubt be the core of her work as a writer and that recall the everyday dread of Fever Dream the weirdness of family; the impossibility of knowing even those you know best; the way everyday routine can decay unexpectedly into


  • Maxwell

    REVIEW ¿ Pájaros en la boca Pájaros en la bocaI really admire Schweblin's boldness—she writes stories that are unsettling and just slightly off akin to Ottessa Moshfegh though the latter's are generally a bit grotesue or filthy Major props to Megan McDowell for a seamless translation as well Though I preferred some stories over others as with any collection there really were no stories I disliked I appreciated that she never overwrites; all the stories are between 5 20 pages give or take a few Though some tend to be on the flashfiction side of things with only a uick glimpse into the characters lives


  • Paul Fulcher

    REVIEW ¿ Pájaros en la boca Pájaros en la bocaBook 313 for me from the Man Booker International 2019 longlistSamanta Schweblin's 2014 first novel Distancia de rescate when translated into English as Fever Dream by the wonderful Megan McDowell was one of my books of 2017 and my pick of the Man Booker I


  • Jerrie (redwritinghood)

    REVIEW ¿ Pájaros en la boca Pájaros en la bocaWhile I liked the taut evocative writing and the gorgeous cover the stories themselves often felt empty to me These stories are absurd and sometimes horrific but horror and absurdity alone are not enough for me There are some really great stories here but not enough to make up for the so so ones


  • Doug

    REVIEW ¿ Pájaros en la boca Pájaros en la boca35 rounded upI was not a huge fan of Schweblin's first work to be translated into English Fever Dream but found it interesting enough to want to see what this second volume held And although standard disclaimer I am also not a huge fan of short stories most of these 'worked' for me and none of the 20 contained herein are absolute duds although I could have done without the animal abuse in 'The Test' Most of them are surreally creepy kind of a hodgepodge of Poe and Kafka and that's not a bad thing I read the entire book over a few hours and that is probably NOT the ideal way to proceed since sampling one or two at a time over a longer period would probably have made me appreciate them


  • Marchpane

    REVIEW ¿ Pájaros en la boca Pájaros en la bocaA solid collection of eerie horror inflected stories some very short only a couple of pages There’s a Twilight Zone or even Edgar Allan Poe kind of vibe to each of them but very much updated for modern times These stories are nowhere near as trippy and confounding as Schweblin’s novella Fever Dream which cou