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Julio Cort zar, born Julio Florencio Cort zar Descotte, was an Argentine author of novels and short stories He influenced an entire generation of Latin American writers from Mexico to Argentina, and most of his best known work was written in France, where he established himself in 1951.

[BOOKS] ✮ Rayuela ✰ Julio Cortázar – Millionapartments.us
  • Hardcover
  • 600 pages
  • Rayuela
  • Julio Cortázar
  • Latvian
  • 11 November 2019

10 thoughts on “Rayuela

  1. Jimmy says:

    Table of InstructionsThis review consists of two reviews The first can be read in a normal fashion Start from 1 and go to 12, at the close of which there are three garish little stars which stand for the words The End Consequently, the reader may ignore what follows with a clean conscience.The second should be read by beginning with 1 and then following the sequence indicated at the end of each sentence or paragraph For example, if you see 24 , then proceed to paragraph sentence 24 which is conveniently labelled and bolded.From The Other Side1 I expected this book to be inventive than it turned out to be, based mostly on how much hoopla there was around its experimental form I had it in my head that the book could be read in an infinite variety of ways While it certainly can be, the instructions at the beginning specifies only 2 official ways of reading it And besides, they are subsets of each other with slight inconsistencies, for example chapter 55 is left out of one version It seemed almost like watching a movie on a DVD and having the ability to watch it with or without the deleted scenes.But as I progressed, I felt that the flipping of pages had a different effect on me 17 2 It len...

  2. Andrea Carolina says:

    Rayuela, libro terminado muy despaciosamente, rele do muchas veces por partes, le do al rev s y al derecho, de la mitad en adelante o hacia atras Este si es el libro de mi adolescencia, este es el libro de mis as imposibles, este es el libro de mis obsesiones, es el libro que refleja mi estupidez, mi terquedad, mis deseos m s profundos, mis imposibilidades, este libro soy yo El libro que refleja mis trastornos, mis alegr as, mis pasiones, mis penas, mis terquedades, lo que quiero ser y lo que soy, lo que puedo ser en mi totalidad En este libro est n todos y cada uno de mis as pasados y presentes reflejados Aqu esta reflejado mi hast o por el mundo, mi accidentalidad enferma y mi incapacidad de abandonarla del todo Cuando empec a leer este libro no pod a creer lo que le a, en ese entonces apenas ten a 15 a os, yo leyendo a Rayuela a los 15 , este libro fue como una visi n del futuro ahora que lo pienso, y cuando empec a leerlo estaba medio hipnotizada, no quer a acabarlo nunca y por eso tarde tanto en terminarlo, le a cada una de sus p ginas una y otra vez como no crey ndome lo que le a, en esa desgarradora soledad e incomprensi n de la adolescencia Rayuela fue mi mejor compa a, creo que nunca nadie me ha entendido tanto como Julio Cortazar Rayuela y la m sica, Rayuela y los hijos, Rayuela y la racionalidad, Rayuela y la emocionalidad, Rayuela ...

  3. Skorofido Skorofido says:

    Opera, , , , , , 1963, 1 , , .2 , , , 3 , , jazz tango dj , Gauloises4 , 5 , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , Adios muchachos

  4. Hugh says:

    I wanted to read this because I had seen it included in some lists of the twentieth century s great novels It is a very interesting book, quite entertaining in places but I can t pretend it is an easy read Before one even starts there is a preamble which explains that you have at least two choices either to read the first 56 chapters in sequence presumably ignoring the rest or to follow an alternative path through the book which is listed at the start and misses out Chapter 55 I opted for the latter, and I think it was a wise decision, but there is enough logic to the second path to deduce what the straight path would have been like, since it does respect the ordering of the core chapters, with frequent and sometimes long digressions into the additional material, some of which is very odd and of limited relevance to the core story.The core plot is fairly simple it explores the world of Horacio Oliveira, an intellectual drifter The first part of the book is set in Paris in the 1950s, and although it seems quite episodic and random, the nature of this appears to reflect Oliveira s own experiences and his state of mind...

  5. Guille says:

    En una entrevista, Cort zar expon a que su mayor sorpresa despu s de publicar la novela fue que esta encaj m s con la juventud que con los lectores de su generaci n medio siglo llevaba ya a sus espaldas cuando se public en 1963 Lo que a m me sorprende es que esto le sorprendiera Yo me enamor de Rayuela en mi juventud Despu s he cuestionado muchos de sus planteamientos, pero ello no ha impedido que me siga magnetizando su libertad, su pasi n, y la forma tan maravillosa de exponerlas que ten a, que tiene Cort zar Rayuela es una novela inclasificable, que se escapa de cualquier an lisis, un libro que se lee con la piel Algo as como esto parafraseando a Cort zar y su cuento Hay que ser realmente idiota para En realidad no pasa nada grave pero ser idiota lo pone a uno completamente aparte, y aunque tiene sus cosas buenas es evidente que de a ratos hay como una nostalgia, un deseo de cruzar a la vereda de enfrente donde amigos est n reunidos en una misma inteligencia y comprensi n, y frotarse un poco contra ellos para sentir que no hay diferencia apreciable y que todo va benissimo Lo triste es ...

  6. karen says:

    8 years after i read this book, i finally understand why i didn t like it apparently, this is an either or book , but i read it as an and then book.dr wikipedia claims An author s note suggests that the book would best be read in one of two possible ways, either progressively from chapters 1 to 56 or by hopscotching through the entire set of 155 chapters according to a Table of Instructions designated by the author Cort zar also leaves the reader the option of choosing a unique path through the narrative. WHERE WAS THAT AUTHOR S NOTE WHEN I READ THIS BOOK because i read the whole 600 page book front to back the way one does, AND THEN i went back and hopscotched through it, thinking that there would be some secret doorway that opened or something that would illuminate why i was doing this second pass but there s no doorway spoiler alert and i resented that i seemed to be reading the whole fucking book again for no fucking reason, and i was so baffled about why people seemed to value this book so much when, to me, it just seemed like an elaborate nose thumbing time wasting prank and i assumed that people liked it because they were trying to be all douchey elit...

  7. Chris_P says:

    Julio Cortazar HopscotchDon t read this book For real now, don t Throw it away or, better still, burn it Either you will burn it or it will burn you Seriously, it will tear you open and feast on your guts while all you ll be able to do is look around in over saturated numbness I envy those who weren t moved by it I envy and pity them at the same time, for the same reason I ve felt something they have not.I ve talked before about books that read you as much as you read them, but this is a whole other thing It strips you bare and puts you under close examination while holding a mirror in which you cannot help but look Have you ever looked into the mirror while listening to Miles Davis Do that and you ll get the idea somewhat If you ve read it but didn t feel it, I...

  8. Zaphirenia says:

    , Logicomix , Logicomix , , , , , , , , 30 , 5 , , , , , Logicomix, , .

  9. Geoff says:

    Here s a link to the Quarterly Conversation review of Hopscotch, it s really a very good review, and does a fine job elucidating this book s qualities and its value in the realm of literature, if I were to write a proper review of the book it would be a shadow plagiarization of this you could go read Jimmy s review, which, as I ve said below, is one of the finest and most fun reviews here on Goodreads do yourselves a favor and get to know Jimmy s writing me, this second go at reading Hopscotch was a wonderful lesson in not trusting my first impressions, which, as we should all begin to realize, are at the very least always revisable as we get closer to a thing or a subject, and are often utterly overturned or reversed, and we are proved not only mistaken in our initial judgment, but sometimes laughably in the wrong altogether Here I was altogether in the wrong when I gave up early on this book a few years ago After finishing this reading, I feel Hopscotch is an essential book there were so many mysteriously beautiful moments, so many freshly sculpted images immune to cliche, so many passages that exhaled great gasps of Life, so much vitality and energy vibrating on each page ...

  10. Luís C. says:

    To enter in Hopscotch, one must accept the rule of the game one throws a stone and by hopping one jumps from box to box Then perhaps, if one is skilful, patient and persevering, one will reach heaven So I read by jumping from one chapter to another, according to the non linear order proposed at the beginning of the work by the author himself And I must say that it is a disturbing experience the reader must constantly interrupt himself in his reading of the novel which constitutes the first part, to read a page on literary creation, or an extract of almanac dealing with the difference between French and English gardens, or two stories that intersect on a page, forcing him to read every other line before returning to the start Yes, my annoyance was at first profound the category of female readers of which Cortazar speaks when he evokes the passive, traditional reader, will always remain outside Hopscotch because incapable of playing But I must say that, curiously enough, I let go I began to sail freely, agreeing to renounce the linearity of a story, the logic of the sequences, and I realized that my mind took pleasure this course full of surprises I ended up ...

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