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Unable or unwilling to trust his own senses, and with the feeling that his desire has become delirious increasingly [un]fixed on part objects–the dolls’ detached limbs horhensias in a tankHoracio himself becomes ever more of an automaton: Christmas Reads Hace 22 horas.

So why not enter fully into the world of things, abandoning pretensions to puppet mastery, to some kind of transcendent humanity?

We are alarmed to see how this new falsification of the original sin–which we already have spoken about in other editions–is making new inroads into our world. Good-byewelcome !

As hortensias / Las hortensias

Reading, writing, and arithmetic in Hace 3 horas. Click on the link for a particularly juicy post from Rise and a mouthwatering discussion of what other titles people think deserve to be added to the list. This sounds very interesting. I have only read ‘The Daisy Dolls’, but hope to see copies of the two story collections from New Directions. As for Magic Mike, I tried watching it, but lasted about 40 seconds.


That’s another really good one–especially in its approach to the fantastic–but I sense this novella will be almost impossible to beat for me in terms of how action-packed the story was. End of year review Hace 10 horas. A Wreath of Roses: Harry Potter and the Hefnndez of Secrets by J. You have to be the perfect man to head up the Phillipines’ branch of the Felisberto cult! This is Hortensia, made in the likeness of his wife whose middle name is Hortensiawho stands in for wife, child, sister, and increasingly Horacio’s lover.

Las hortensias: Felisberto Hernandez – Felisberto Hernández – Google Books

I want in on the Felisberto cult. Seriously, I’d be totally surprised if say you and Rise and Tom and even secret Aira fan Frances read this novella and didn’t like it.

I’ll look for it. I’ve been wanting to use that photo for months, but I kept putting off writing about Felisberto’s great short story “The Balcony” for some reason. His Futile Preoccupations ….

Soon collusion turns to jealousy as Horacio takes this simulation a stage further, having Hortensia fitted with veins through which warm water can be piped for additional verosimilitude, and fixing his desire ever more firmly on the mannequin. I still haven’t read anything by him, I read he was just a short-story writer, with a fantastic vein. At least I discovered him thanks to the author of Invisible Cities.


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New Directions also put out Lands of Memorytranslated by Esther Allen, which pairs two novellas hoftensias four short stories. Horacio feels himself surrounded by disturbing signs, above all the sense that “the dolls had their secrets,” that they are “full of omens,” and that they appeared to be “hypnotized beings carrying out unknown missions or lending themselves to unsavoury designs” A Work in Progress. Beauty is a Sleeping Cat.

felizberto I have here one of the advertising flyers, discovered by chance in one of our major clubs: I will track it down. In fact, I suspect it would be right up your storytelling alley. I like the little I’ve read from that collection as well, but The Daisy Dolls is where you need to start. Miguel, you’re another person I can’t imagine not liking this tale.

As hortensias / Las hortensias by Felisberto Hernández (1 star ratings)

The Three Degrees blog last week posted a plea for help in finding writers from – ee, from Latin American countries that weren’t Argentina. Book Around The Corner. El cuenco de plata,