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Todos los fuegos el fuego

Todos los fuegos el fuego

Todos los fuegos el fuego offers eight great examples of the creative fullness that encompasses Cortazar's stories. From the exasperated metaphor of human relationships that is "La autopista del sur" through the masterpiece that is "El otro cielo," Cortazar once again paves the way to stories that are a must-read for lovers of the story genre in general. "La salud de los enfermos," "Reunión," "La señorita Cora," "La isla a mediodía," "Instrucciones para John Howell," and "Todos los fuegos el fuego" are a celebration of intelligence, passion, and genius.

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Julio Cortázar, born Julio Florencio Cortázar Descotte, was an Argentine author of novels and short stories. He influenced an entire generation of Latin American writers from Mexico to Argentina, and most of his best-known work was written in France, where he established himself in 1951.

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  • Jim Fonseca

    Eight stories with a touch of magical realism, like his countryman Borges. Cortazar was born in Argentina, but like so many other Latin American authors, left for Paris in his late thirties and died t...

  • Glenn Russell

    Julio Cortázar and his cat. Photo taken in the early 1960s when Julio was living in Paris. An outstanding collection of eight short stories by one of the giants of 20th century literature – Argenti...

  • Jonfaith

    3.5 starsI was evenly divided over this collection. There was sufficient detail and structure, yet the mechanism, the revelation was as likely as not to go flat at the crucial moment. South Thruway an...

  • Douglas

    My first Cortázar. Surreal, lyrical, and absolutely magnificent. About once a year I find a new writer I’ve never read that stays with me. 2019 will undoubtedly be the year I found Julio Cortázar....

  • David

    I had read several recent reviews on this book and was encouraged to read this small collection of eight stories. Published in 1966, some stories are written in a very experimental style (Instructione...

  • Inderjit Sanghera

    Reading Julio Cortazar brings back an internal debate I was having with myself after I attended a book group in which we discussed “One Hundred Years of Solitude”. Most the attendees were dismissi...

  • Phyllis Eisenstadt

    Excellent short stories. My favorite was "La Isla a mediodia." Cortazar certainly has a way with words, and he spins the most memorable tales that are more than merely short stories; they are painting...

  • Darryl

    This collection of short stories was originally published in 1966 in Spanish, translated into English in 1973, and re-released by Marion Boyers Publishers (UK) in 2005; I picked it up at the London Re...

  • Nate D

    Cortazar created a certain kind of storytelling in the work collected in Blow-Up and Other Stories, a kind of moebius strip construction that flips over and loops back without slowing. Here, he seems ...

  • Nikos79

    This is the first book I have ever tried by Julio Cortazar. In this collection, I found the best story this one with the unbelievable traffic jam in highway to Paris which focus on the relationships b...

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