CORTAZAR CONTINUITY OF PARKS PDF

In the frame-story of the man reading a novel, the Narrator tells the inner experience of the man. What the man "remembered. Also the Narrator tells his experiences of the senses--"feeling his head resting comfortably The Narrator tells what is going on inside the man. Tells why he rebuffed her caresses. Tells the feeling of the dagger against his chest and the feeling of his heart beating.

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If you havent read any of his work, you are missing out and thats for sure. But there is still time, even if you are pressed for time. Then, on returning by train to his estate, he begins reading his novel once again and the more he reads, the more interested he becomes.

This certainly sounds ideal to me. Anyway, Basil relaxes comfortably in his favorite armchair covered in green velvet, content in knowing there will be nobody to intrude on his reading.

Not being interrupted is no small matter since when we are in our literary zone, turning the pages, an interruption is the last thing we want. Wait a minute! I recall another work of fiction touching on these very same habits of a reader. Aesthetic Magic: Having absorbed the beginning chapters, Basil is now completely and totally into his novel.

Every paragraph is progressively more pleasurable because it means he is living more and more through his book than among the nagging details of the outside world.

Ah, that aesthetic distance, what has fascinated philosophers going all the way back to Aristotle — at the very heart of the pleasure we experience as we read about the harrowing tribulations the characters are confronting from the coziness of our favorite reading chair. Fire in the Belly: Basil is engrossed in the drama of hero and heroine as they meet once again in a secluded mountain cabin.

It has been said many times — nothing juices a novel like intense passion, the more intense the better. And if there is a healthy dose of menace or danger or motive for revenge added to the mix, better still. Keep turning those pages, Basil! With two lusty, aroused lovers talking to one another, the words on the page can really crackle, sizzle, snap and pop.

As any seasoned novelist knows, when the story seems to be dragging, throw in some fast-paced dialogue and see what happens.

Action Fiction: So much for words. No one in the first room, no one in the second. The door of the salon, and then, the knife in hand, the light from the great windows, the high back of an armchair covered in green velvet, the head of the man in the chair reading a novel.

Ah, revenge! This is but one interpretation. Please feel free to come up with your own. This fabulous short story is available free on-line.

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Continuity of Parks by Julio Cortázar

JoJot Notify me of new comments via email. I can just disapparate into class. From that point on, every instant had its own minutely assigned purpose. He let himself be drawn slowly into the plot, the sketches of the characters. Once the man begins to read and dive into a different world Cortazar begins blurring paarks lines of reality and the book. Ana rated it really liked it Nov 22, To ask other readers questions about Continuity of Parks [Short story]please sign up.

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Continuity of Parks

If you havent read any of his work, you are missing out and thats for sure. But there is still time, even if you are pressed for time. Then, on returning by train to his estate, he begins reading his novel once again and the more he reads, the more interested he becomes. This certainly sounds ideal to me. Anyway, Basil relaxes comfortably in his favorite armchair covered in green velvet, content in knowing there will be nobody to intrude on his reading. Not being interrupted is no small matter since when we are in our literary zone, turning the pages, an interruption is the last thing we want.

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