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Horacio Quiroga | Uruguayan writer |

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Once you find the precise word, it will have incomparable color; but you must find it. Please try again later. If you’re able to revive it exactly as it was, you’re halfway down the road to art. Yeah, this is the translation I made about a year and a half or two years ago and posted over there at the time one of countless posts and threads to have disappeared. There is no other way to bring your stories to life. Rudyard KiplingEnglish short-story writer, poet, and novelist chiefly remembered for his celebration of British imperialism, his tales and poems of British soldiers in India, and his tales for children.

Bob Dylan, American folksinger who moved from folk to rock music in the s, infusing the lyrics of…. Tuesday, May 15, Sometimes I know where I’m going when I start, but just as often getting halfway through the story is the only way I can figure out how the heck it’s going to end.


Edgar Allan PoeAmerican short-story writer, poet, critic, and editor who is famous for his cultivation of mystery and the macabre. Posted by Daniel Ausema at 9: Hey, thanks for doing the legwork horacuo share those.

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Horacio Quiroga

Don’t use adjectives unnecessarily. Horacio Quirogaborn December 31,SaltoUruguay—died February 19,Buenos AiresArgentinaUruguayan-born short-story writer whose imaginative portrayal of the struggle of man and animal to survive in the tropical jungle earned him recognition as a master of the short story.

You may find it helpful to search within the site to see how similar or related subjects are covered. If you want to express with exactitude this—”From the river the cold wind blew”—there are no other words in the human language to express it. The work generally recognized as his masterpiece, Anacondaportrays on several levels—realistic, philosophical, and symbolic—the battles of the snakes in the tropical jungle, the nonpoisonous anaconda and the poisonous viper.

As much as you can, resist imitation, but imitate if the influence is too strong. And he will pursue your love to the ends of the earth. He will make it his life long mission to cherish and please you Contact our editors with your feedback.

Once you’ve found the right words, don’t worry about how they’ll sound, if they’re alliterative or assonant. Voltaire, one of the greatest of all French writers. Don’t think about your friends perrfecto you write, nor in what impression your story will create. Uruguay, country located on the southeastern coast of South America.


They will be useless tales of color on a weak noun. The last time I searched for an English translation of this online, I decalogoo find any, so what follows is my own translation.

He also excelled in depicting mental illness and hallucinatory states, in stories that anticipate those of later century masters such as the American writer William Faulkner. The fifth one suits my control freakishness just fine. Take your characters by the hand and bring them firmly to the end without seeing anything beyond the road you give them. I fel can’t say that one is always or even usually a better approach than the other. Soon, however, he found his own direction in the short story.

Please note that our editors may make some formatting changes or correct spelling or grammatical errors, and quiroba also contact you if any clarifications are needed. Have blind faith, not in your ability to succeed, but in the zeal of your desire to. Supposedly one of my favorite writers, Borges, reacted strongly against Quiroga’s writing, but oh well.

Although only a few of his works are still read,….