Los cuentos más interesantes de este volumen son, a nuestro parecer: La gallina degollada, Los buques suicidantes, El almohadón de plumas. Obras – Coleccion de Horacio Quiroga has 6 ratings and 0 reviews. Una historia El solitario. Los Buques Suicidantes A la Deriva. Cuentos de amor, locura y muerte; Horacio Quiroga .. Los buques suicidantes junto a su tripulación, encontraron un buque a vela, en donde no se hallaba.

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All of a sudden the man sprang up and let out a long whistle. One of us peaked overboard at the oily sea. After a long debate, six men were brave enough to enter the abyss and I was among them. The other ship had returned.

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Xavier is currently reading it Dec 23, Adriana Alejandra rated it it was amazing Dec 26, Eight of our men stayed on board to help govern the new ship.

The principal motive for these abandoned ships are, without a doubt, storms and fires that send these black skeletons wandering adrift.

Es la historia de un matrimonio joven formado por Alicia, una joven angelical, y Jordan. You are commenting using your Twitter account. We finally sent out a small vessel qulroga no one was on board and everything was in perfect order. But the last diary entry was dated four days earlier, so we found no real reason for concern.

By six, the last man he stood bhques, arranged his clothingparted his hair in the front, he walked half asleep to the edge and plunged into the water. All of us were now pacing the ship, without the desire to converse.


As his commentary was a bit complicated, no one said a word. Four hours later and without a response, a group of men were sent over on a small boat and boarded the Maria Margarita. To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: En el cuento se relata con todo detalle como poco a poco este hombre se va muriendo a pesar de todos los esfuerzos que hace por intentar llegar a un lugar donde puedan curarle.

The three remaining men rushed over quickly and inspected the dissipating waves. Horacio Silvestre Quiroga Forteza was an Uruguayan playwright, poet, and above all short story writer. All absolutely true, of this we can be sure. He also excelled in portraying mental illness and hallucinatory states. A moment later another began to stretch, he rubbed his eyes while he walked and plunged himself into the water. Giovanna Alejandra Rey added it Feb 18, They were seated in a circle and when the time came most of us began to sing.

When one threw himself into the water the others followed, momentarily hesitant, as if they remembered something only to forget it a moment later.

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The sea was absolutely calm as it extended out over the horizon. Finally he took the plunge into the water.

Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Mientras tanto los 4 idiotas agarraron a Bertita y la mataron como a la gallina, dejando sangre en toda la cocina. The nervous women unknowingly lent themselves to the restless hoarse voice of the mariners on the bow. One of us sat on a rolled up qukroga and dried his shirt in order to patch it up.


Sending the small vessel out again, the new men searched the ship in vain: The Maria Margarita showed no signs of life. Refresh and try again. Something very similar had undoubtedly quirooga to the guards of that famous brigade who night after night plunged themselves into the water.

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Hedda rated it liked it Aug 29, A la deriva Personajes: The other two disappeared, one after the other. Books by Horacio Quiroga. There are only a few things more terrible to encounter in the sea than an abandoned ship. Michael Smith rated it it was amazing Jun 02, At four the breeze subsided and the sails went limp. As you will come to understand, the superstitious fears in all the men reached its peak. Julio Gomez Barba marked it as to-read Oct 08, We all paused staring at the strange man with explicit curiosity.

Obras – Coleccion de Horacio Quiroga

Our course — we also traveled with sails — carried us directly to their side. I suddenly felt a man touching my shoulder. Want to Read saving…. The night that I discovered all of this we were all together on the deck.

There was no one on board. The boats finally come to a rest, here or there, forever frozen in this liquid desert.