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Refresh and try marquea. Anonymous Thursday, 21 January, I had to read it in Spanish 3 and it made no sence to me but now it dose. His writing style effectively captivates the reader and makes them want to read more. The village was made up of only twenty-odd wooden houses that had stone courtyards with no flowers and which were spread about on the end of a desertlike cape.

I knew what was going on, unlike in the other short story wherein I wasn’t really certain of what I had read, or whether I read it correctly. However, I did like the ending to the story, which I found to be the most interesting part of the piece. The Handsomest Drowned Man in the World was very straightforward in expressing its message.

The Handsomest Drowned Man in the World

Quite unfortunate that no one reviews a story or book more than once, in different periods of time. Anyway, thanks for the translation. They thought that if that magnificent man had lived in the village, his house would have had the widest doors, the highest ceiling, and the strongest floor, his bedstead would have been made from a midship frame held together by iron bolts, and his wife would have been the happiest woman.

Well, obviously, this is not to be read by kids; something so deep in scope and full of underlying meanings are meant to be for someone older. Respect and acceptance for other who are different from you or what you consider to be the “Normal. The men carry the body up to the village so that the women can prepare him for the funeral while they go to neighboring villages to ask if anyone can identify the drowned man.

They give the corpse a name and invent stories about him and even people from other villages who think these people are crazy see the body and are like-“I get it!


We will not remove any content for bad language alone, or being critical of a particular book. Or is it about mass mentality? The children play by burying him in the sand until the adults discover the corpse and decide that it must be given a small funeral and thrown off the cliff on which their village rests. Anonymous Friday, 18 May, And learning something from it.

They took the mud off with grass swabs, they removed the underwater stones entangled in his hair, and they scraped the crust off with tools used for scaling fish. Anonymous Tuesday, 29 May, This story and that book are so very, very different.

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Following that I must undergo full plastic surgery to convert myself into a direct clone of Marquez to continue his legacy. I’m as much affected by Esteban as the villagers agogado.

And they realize how grotesque and vile their village is. Is it heroso how obsessed with the unknown we can become? As he drifts closer to shore, they imagine he might be a whale.

How to make a dead character the story itself and make it live forever one can only perhaps learn from Gabriel Garcia Marquez who is dead, handsomely, and continue to teach with what he had left behind. Also, Men and women became aware for the first time of the desolation of their streets, the dryness of their courtyards, the narrowness of their dreams as they faced the splendor and beauty of their drowned man.

After dreaming of how powerful Esteban must have been they decide to make him clothes because no one owns anything large enough to fit him. They did not need to look at one another to realize that they were no longer all present, that they would never be.

Anonymous Thursday, 13 November, Anonymous Monday, 14 November, Garcia Marquez gives us another home run. Anonymous Monday, 05 May, To rel what your friends thought of this book, please maa up.

At first walking towards it the kids thought it was a shipwreck, but as they got closer they realized it was a human. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

El ahogado más hermoso del mundo

How do we, both individually and as a culture, project our dreams and aspirations onto other people? They were almost like children when all of a sudden they rejected their culture and tried to replace it with the one that would befit Esteban. Some women who had gone to get flowers in the neighboring villages returned with other women who could not believe what they had been told, and those women went back for more flowers when they saw the dead man, and they brought more and more until there were so many flowers and so many people that it was hard to walk about.


The silence put an end to any last doubts: I recommend ahogqdo book to anyone who wants a tearjerker. If they had been told Sir Walter Raleigh, even they might have been impressed with his gringo accent, the macaw on his shoulder, his cannibal-killing blunderbuss, but there could be only one Esteban in the world and there he was, stretched out like a sperm whale, shoeless, wearing the pants of an undersized child, and with those stony nails that had to be cut with a knife.

It was about the intense veneration and admiration of these secluded village people for a dead man. August Learn how and when to remove this template message. M This is a beautiful story. Rather than adding yet again another commentary, reflecting on the vast richness of this gaecia has prompted me to ask the questions below.

A gaabriel short story from Marcuez. Lists with Gabrile Book. Like every other GGM story you will read, this one is quite simple on the outside – in a small little fishing village in the middle of nowhere, a man’s body washes up, and everybody in the village adores him.

Some might argue that the story highlights society’s infatuation with celebrity, but I chose to think of it more as a homage to the transformative, magical power of imagination. This article does not cite any sources.

But the more they hurried, the more the women thought of ways to waste time. The women of the village become attached to him and nas of the wonderful man he must have been.