• Title: القصص القصيرة الكاملة
  • Author: Gabriel García Márquez صالح علماني
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    1. Este volumen de cuentos es esencial tanto para los que aman la literatura de Gabriel García Márquez como para quienes no lo conozcan y deseen adentrarse en su magia única y maravillosa a la hora de narrar historias. En realidad son cuatro de sus libros en uno, puesto que incluye “Ojos de Perro Azul”, “Los funerales de la Mamá Grande”, “La increíble y triste historia de la cándida Eréndira y de su abuela desalmada” y “Doce Cuentos Peregrinos”. Algunos me gustaron mucho más [...]

    2. Todos los cuentos = ‎Collected stories‬, Gabriel Garcí­a Márquezتاریخ نخستین خوانش: بیست و پنجم ماه ژانویه سال 1992 میلادیعنوان: تلخکامی برای سه خوابگرد - مجموعه داستانهای کوتاه؛ نویسنده: گابریل گارسیا مارکز؛ مترجم: کاوه باسمنجی؛ تهران، روشنگران، 1370؛ در 253 ص؛ ع‍ن‍وان‌ دی‍گ‍ر: تلخکامی برای سه خوابگرد [...]

    3. December 2009Some possibilities:1) I may have gone in over my head with this one. Gabriel García Márquez is quite the writer, and I probably lack the fortitude to deal with his imaginative genius. Magical realism may not be my thing, and my expectations on reading from this were unrealistic: having read and loved "A Very Old Man with Enormous Wings" a few years ago, my mistake was to assume the entire three-collections-in-one-volume collection would be just as simple and delightful. Perhaps Ga [...]

    4. You have to stay with this collection for awhile before it starts to grow on you, for it is compiled in chronological order, and throws the spotlight on the evolution of this writer and his craft as he matures towards winning the Nobel Prize for Literature.The 26-story collection is comprised of selections from three volumes of short stories that were published in the 1960’s and ‘70’s. The stories in the first volume, Eyes of Blue Dog, are the hardest to read as they are interior monologue [...]

    5. 6. Collected Stories by Gabriel García Márqueztranslators: Gregory Rabassa & J. S. Bernsteinpublished: 1984format: 343 page paperbackacquired: Decemberread: Jan 18-25rating: 4½Original collections:Eyes of a Blue Dog: stories 1947-1955, English translation 1968. Translated by Gregory RabassaBig Mama’s Funeral: stories 1962, English translation 1972. Translated by J. S. BernsteinThe Incredible and Sad Tale of Innocent Erendira and Her Heartless Grandmother: stories 1968-1972, English tran [...]

    6. "Sprofondò in una grata geografia, in un mondo facile, ideale; un mondo come disegnato da un bambino, senza equazioni algebriche, senza addii amorosi e senza forze di gravità".Quando mi succedono incontri, viaggi, letture, cibi e passamanerie, mi chiedo spesso quale sarà il loro ruolo - nel quadro complessivo, a conti fatti - quale sarà il loro valore nella mia vita, che è il mare che tutti li contiene.A volte, però, davanti a quel tipo di bellezza che non potevi concepire, i ruoli si inve [...]

    7. Reading Gabriel Garcia Marquez is like coming home, a home crammed with the most wondrous oddities. Birds of wild plumage. Winds that scrape against sanity. Seas that overcome and drown you. But there's not a trace of cold heart-stopping fear. Marquez's realms are Sublime.Collected Stories is a compilation of three collections: Eyes of A Blue Dog, Big Mama's Funeral, and The Tale of Innocent Erendira and Her Heartless Grandmother. Respectively, each of these collections were originally published [...]

    8. القصص القصيرة الكاملة يضم هذا الكتاب المجموعات القصصية التالية (عينا كلب أزرق)، (جنازة الأم الكبيرة)، (القصة الحزينة التي لا تصدق لإيرنديرا البريئة وجدتها القاسية) و(اثنتا عشرة قصة قصيرة مهاجرة). افتتحت بهذا الكتاب العام الجديد، كنت آمل أن ماركيز سيمنحني دفعة جميلة، ولكن للأ [...]

    9. في حضرة ماركيز من جديدأفضل ما كتب في هذا الكتابهو أخر ما جاء بهتحديدا مجموعتي اثنتا عشر قصة قصيرة مهاجرةوالقصة العجيبة والحزينة لايرينديرا البريئة وجدتها القاسيةأسوا ما يمكن أن تبدا به جاء في بداية الكتاب تجديدا مجموعة عينا كلب أزرقمجموعة غرائبية بامتياز تناولت الموت بسري [...]

    10. مجموعة قصص ماركيز القصيرة شبيهة لدرجة كبيرة برواياته حتى في إسهابها وتفاصيلها الكثيرة وطولها في حالة بعض القصص، لدرجة جعلتني أتذكر رواياته المذهلة.وقبل تعليقي على القصص، أبدي حزني على الترجمة، على رغم كونها جيدة بعض الشئ إلا أن هناك الكثير من الأخطاء في ترجمة الكلمات لبعض [...]

    11. "Adorei o facto de o autor, fosse qual fosse a premissa do conto, conseguir sempre apresentar-nos o seu país, a Colômbia, através das suas descrições dos costumes, mitos, rituais e referências históricas dessa pátria. Após esta leitura fiquei cheia de vontade de viajar até ao continente sul-americano e ver com os meus olhos essas paisagens áridas e as aldeias paradas no tempo onde as tradições ainda conseguem resistir ao avançar dos tempos."Opinião completa no blogue: flamesmr/201 [...]

    12. يحتوي الكتاب على أربع مجموعات قصصية -(عينا كلب أزرق)، (جنازة الأم الكبيرة)، (القصة الحزينة التي لا تصدق لإيرنديرا البريئة وجدتها القاسية) و(اثنتا عشرة قصة قصيرة مهاجرة)- مكتوبة حسب التسلسلل التاريخيلم تعجبني المجموعة الأولىالثانية كانت أفضل قليلاًأخر مجموعتين تستحقان القراء [...]

    13. COLLECTED STORIES. (1984). Gabriel Garcia Marquez. ***1/2.This volume collects all the stories previously published by this author in the three earlier volumes of short stories: “Leaf Storm and Other Stories” (1972), “No One Writes to the Colonel and Other Stories” (1968), and “Innocent Erendira and Other Stories” (1978). These were the titles of the books as published in English. They were originally published under different titles in Spanish. The stories in this edition are publis [...]

    14. عندما تقرأ لأديب عملاق مثل ماركيز فإن سقف طموحاتك يطاول السماء، لكنك تكون مهموما بعوامل أخرى كالترجمة، خصوصا وأن الروايات المكتوبة بغير الانجليزية لا تكون عادة مترجمة إلى العربية من لغتها الأم، وإنما تكون مترجمة من ترجمات أخرى وسيطة كالانجليزية و الفرنسية.لكن هذا الكتاب م [...]

    15. So, first of all, I have been reading this off and on for about three years now and I finally decided about two weeks ago to give it a serious effort from the beginning. This is more than just an interesting collection of stories; it's a document of Marquez's growth as a writer. The first third of the book is frankly pretty terrible. It's filled with failed experiments in which Marquez grows closer to developing his signature magical realism, but these experiments instead come off as ghost stori [...]

    16. اولا الترجمة جيدة ويتناول الكتاب مختارات قصصية منتقاة بدقة عالية فأولا نجد قصص مثل : الصيف السعيد للسيدة فوربس , وهي اول قصة يجب أن تقرأها في هذا الكتاب. ثم ريح الشمال , وبعد ذلك لك الحرية , واخترت القصتين دون غيرهما لانهما يمثلان دفعة جيدة لقراءة كافة القصص ,على عكس ما بدأ به ال [...]

    17. Quando um génio da escrita decide escrever um livro de contos só poderiam surgir alguns dos melhores contos que alguma vez li!

    18. Ler Gabriel García Márquez, ou Gabo como era carinhosamente conhecido pelos amigos, é como estar sentado numa praia deserta ao pôr-do-sol de Outono, com o vento ligeiro a voar os cabelos, enrolado numa manta quente, sentindo que estou em casa, que as peças do universo estão todas encaixadas.Premiado com o Nobel da Literatura em 1982, Gabo foi um escritor maravilhoso, mestre genial em descrever a realidade de forma mágica e lendária. Conheci-o pela sua amizade a José Saramago. E desde en [...]

    19. Dear Gabo: In you works many impulses and traditions cross each other. Folk culture, including oral storytelling, reminiscences from old Indian culture, currents from Spanish baroque in different epochs, influences from European surrealism and other modernism are blended into a spiced and life-giving brew. From it derives material and inspiration. The violent conflicts of political nature - social and economic - raise the temperature of the intellectual climate. Your superlative writing skills a [...]

    20. Marquez is the David Lynch of fiction - these stories read like dreams and every one is shot through with death. Beautiful corpses, drowned travelers, silent diseases, wandering spirits, unexpected magic, elegant decay.Once I realised that these were stories of atmosphere and were not, like Borges or Calvino, meant to give some kind of philosophical or intellectual satisfaction -- that rather, like dreams, they weave mysteries that aren't meant to be solved -- well, I liked them a bit better. St [...]

    21. An intriguing collection of stories, grouped into three sections of thematically related tales. Honestly, it was the table of contents that made me pick this one up-- after all, how can one resist the lure of stories with titles like "Eyes of a blue dog" and "Eva is inside her cat"?! That said, I barely made it through the first set of stories, which were very metaphysical, perhaps? I am not sure of the right word to use here, so I'll fall back on a colloquialism: they were very "out there."I ve [...]

    22. Collected Stories contains twenty six short stories divided into three sections. The stories are in chronological order of their publication. You read Gabriel Marquez from his very early days to his more seasoned tenure as a writer. Gabriel Marquez writings as a whole clearly improves over time, this collection proves this point. The earlier stories were nothing spectacular and as the collection grows so does Marquez and his writing. I have enjoyed Gabriel Marquez in both short stories and novel [...]

    23. متاسفانه تو مملکت ما ناشران محترم هر اسمی که دلشون بخواهد برای کتابهای دیگران انتخاب می کنند. بار ها شده یک کتاب رو من با چند اسم دیدم. قبلا رسم بود اسم اصلی اثر رو پشت جلد مینوشتند. حالا حتی اینکار رو هم نمیکنند. فی الحال این کتاب رو سرچ کردم و چون ندیدم اینجا اضافه میکنم.

    24. Overall this was an interesting read especially since I'm a fan of Marquez and relished seeing the evolution of his writing over time. Though Marquez's voice was strong in the early stories, I'm not sure these more abstract attempts at magical realism represent his best work, though I suspect they served as a basis for his future writings and were a necessary step in his development as a writer. As a result, the first several stories weren't what I expected, yet still worth reading if only for t [...]

    25. this is hands down one of the most impressive short story collections I've ever read. it's taken me months to complete, coz I have read it only when I'm at my most Attentive which hasn't been much lately. but wow! what a literary masterpiece this collection was. a masterpiece.

    26. "'What I like about you,' she said, 'is the serious way you make up nonsense.'" Innocent Eréndira from, "The Incredible and Sad Tale of Innocent Eréndira and Her Heartless Grandmother"Eréndira's quote is for her lover, Ulises, but it is what every reader who has ever fallen in love with Garbriel Garcia Márquez' writing wished he or she had stated about him. For me, this quote sums up my feelings about Márquez. Whenever I pick up his texts, I prepare myself for the most serious nonsense in L [...]

    27. This collection comprises three books of stories, the early "Eyes of a Blue Dog", "Big Mama's Funeral", and "The Incredible and Sad Tale of the Innocent Erendira and her Heartless Grandmother". "Eyes of a Blue Dog" is a series of variations on the theme of death; they would be interesting if Gabriel Garcia Marquez had not gone on to be the most praised Latin American writer of his generation, but not overly so. It has some of the imagination and setting of the later work, glimmers of the interes [...]

    28. Brilliant! Loved it. Will write more later.___Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Collected Stories.I loved them! I really did. I came in with no expectationsd was hit immediately by the jarring realization that this book falls entirely outside the realm of the genre of book I have been occupying myself with thus far. In a good way. What did the bus driver call it? Enchanted realism. (I can't remember). But whatever the official term for it ise stories are poised as if set in reality, but with huge swathes [...]

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