La lluvia amarilla

La lluvia amarilla By Julio Llamazares, La lluvia amarilla La lluvia amarilla es el mon logo del ltimo habitante de un pueblo abandonado del Pirineo aragon s Entre la lluvia amarilla de las hojas del oto o que se equipara al fluir del tiempo y la memoria o e
  • Title: La lluvia amarilla
  • Author: Julio Llamazares
  • ISBN: 9788432208041
  • Page: 172
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  • La lluvia amarilla By Julio Llamazares, La lluvia amarilla es el mon logo del ltimo habitante de un pueblo abandonado del Pirineo aragon s Entre la lluvia amarilla de las hojas del oto o que se equipara al fluir del tiempo y la memoria, o en la blancura alucinante de la nieve, la voz del narrador, a las puertas de la muerte, nos evoca a otros habitantes desaparecidos del pueblo, que lo abandonaron o murieronLa lluvia amarilla es el mon logo del ltimo habitante de un pueblo abandonado del Pirineo aragon s Entre la lluvia amarilla de las hojas del oto o que se equipara al fluir del tiempo y la memoria, o en la blancura alucinante de la nieve, la voz del narrador, a las puertas de la muerte, nos evoca a otros habitantes desaparecidos del pueblo, que lo abandonaron o murieron, y nos enfrenta a los extrav os de su mente y a las discontinuidades de su percepci n en el villorio fantasma del que se ha ense oreado la soledad En el pueblo de Ainielle ya s lo quedan Andr s y Sabina Poco a poco el matrimonio se ha visto obligado a ver c mo los dem s habitantes, espoleados por la miseria o por la promesa de un mundo mejor, han abandonado gradualmente las duras condiciones de vida Una noche, sin embargo, Andr s descubre a Sabina ahorcada en el molino Ahora ya no queda nadie que pueda llevar con l el peso insoportable del pasado.
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    1. Julio Llamazares

      Julio Llamazares was born in Vegami n, a small village in the region of Le n At the age of twelve he left the mountain area, attended a boarding school in Madrid and then studied law Today Llamazares works as a writer, journalist and scriptwriter.After two poetry volumes which were published under the titles of La lentitud de los bueyes 1979 and Memoria de la nieve 1982 , his successful debut as a novel writer came out in 1985 Luna de lobos.Llamazares had his literary breakthrough with the novel La lluvia amarilla in 1988 The novel is about Andr s, an old man who is the last inhabitant of a forsaken village in the Pyrenees Andr s reminds the former vitality of this place and contemplates about forgetting, death, and loneliness With the story of the dying village, Llamazares has depicted a concise development of Spanish society in a bribingly direct speech Hundreds of villages have disappeared in the last decades because the inhabitants have moved to the cities In the first three years after its publication, La lluvia amarilla was already re published 15 times.In the autobiographical novel Escenas de cine mudo 1994 , the narrator returns to Olleros, the place of his childhood After the death of his mother he finds a photo album with old black and white photos With the help of the yellowed photos he goes back to his past and describes, in loosely connected scenes, his experiences from the view of a child, thus bestowing an insight into the social history of the region.Llamazares holds a special place in Spanish contemporary literature He belongs to the few authors who concern themselves with rural Spain, the remote areas and the decline of damned mountain villages With his unassuming and convincingly told stories of everyday life, he plays a large part in the existence of this world not being forgotten in the general frenzy of modernization.Llamazares has published collections of stories, such as En mitad de ninguna parte 1981 and chronicles El Entierro de Genarin , 1998 Further, he edited an Anthology about the city of Madrid, which came out as Los viajeros de Madrid in 1998 Articles he wrote as a journalist are collected in En Babia 1991 and Nadie escucha 1995 Llamazares travel reports about forgotten regions and districts were published as El r o del ovido 1990 and Tr s os Montes 1998 He also wrote filmscripts and extended reportages among these, one about Berlin Recently, his novel El cielo de Madrid 2005 was published The author lives in Madrid and Le n.

    504 thoughts on “La lluvia amarilla”


    1. Rese a completa youtube watch v JXb0yUn libro tan triste, angustioso y a la vez precioso Me lo he le do pr cticamente del tir n, una vez comenc este mon logo de soledad y abandono ya no pude parar Po tico y terrible.Me ha encantado.




    2. Oh my, how to continue What a fabulously depressing but brilliant book As I was reading this novella, I couldn t understand why I didn t abandon it This was not my type of book at all but there s a guts about this incredibly moving, somber elegy that hooked me from the first sentence.Imagine knowing that you are dying in Ainielle, a village high in the Spanish Pyrenees The houses are mostly deserted ruins and have been for years You are the final survivor your wife Sabina has died in most tragic [...]




    3. Me ha gustado mucho esta novela, me ha parecido muy nost lgica y con pasajes muy bonitos Es muy triste, con todas las reflexiones de ese ltimo habitante de un pueblo abandonado, un anciano que repasa su vida y la de los que all vivieron, mientras el pueblo empieza a convertirse en un lugar fantasma y l no sabe si ya est muerto o c mo funciona el ritmo del tiempo Tiene momentos para no olvidar, algunos incluso t tricos e inesperados, y la prosa del autor, l rica y detallada me atrap desde el prin [...]






    4. Tal vez por que el Pirineo es mi tierra Tal vez porque veo sus pueblos quedarse vac os Tal vez por la maestr a del autor Tal vez por la soledad que refleja, por el nudo en el estomago, por la lagrima en el ojo Tal vez por eso quiero mas libros como este.





    5. INFINITA SOLEDADEs una de las historias m s sombr as y melanc licas que he le do y, a la vez, una de las que m s me han fascinado tanto su prosa po tica, la estructura singular y el grado de reflexi n independientemente de las circunstancias particulares del protagonista un solitario aldeano que suscita en el lector, son atributos que le envuelven en una atm sfera desesperada y netamente angustiosa llegando a tocar y paralizar el coraz n.Aunque harto diferentes en estilo, La lluvia amarilla me h [...]



    6. Wow,an elegy for a forgotten village, way of life, for a man who meets death long before it invites him to join it Ainielle is a village in the Spanish Pyrenees that has slowly become abandoned and turning derelict, except for the one man who refuses to let go and will experience his last years, months, days in a kind of slow, yellowing motion.Written in the future, the past and the present, in a lyrical style that for me never depresses although it is bleak, this ode to a changing landscape tha [...]




    7. La soledad, la muerte, la tristeza y la melancol a llevadas al extremo, todo narrado de una forma muy po tica, a m me ha gustado mucho, pero es muy desolador, en las primeras 50 o 60 p ginas no dejaba de llorar, no es un libro que recomiende a todo el mundo.


    8. Me gustan los libros que te crean sentimientos contradictorios entre querer seguir leyendo sin pausa y sentir la necesidad de apartar el libro a un lado para coger aire Y este es uno de esos libros, deliciosamente escritos pero que, al menos en mi caso, me han hecho sentir escalofr os en m s de una ocasi n Probablemente yo todav a no sepa ni la mitad que este hombre sobre la muerte, la soledad y el olvido y sin embargo en apenas 150 p ginas te transmite unos sentimientos tan poderosos sobre todo [...]




    9. The novel is dominated by shades of yellow from bright sun burst to pale and pallid, the world inhabited by the embittered, fulminous narrator is dominated by a febrile flavesence, from the rain to the sky, which imbues the novel with a garish, almost nightmarish hue.The novel follows the reminisces of an old man as he looks back upon his life in Ainelle, a remote village in the Spanish Pyrenees Lonely and lugubrious, the narrator mourns the gradual disintegration of the village which has been s [...]




    10. Una obra de arte Duro, cruel, triste pero bello, sincero y real Desde luego es un libro inolvidable que se te mete dentro y ya no podr s sacar de tu coraz n.


    11. Astenersi depressi, distimici e borderline.La pioggia gialla un lungo monologo La storia di un uomo che decide di legare il suo destino a quello del paese in cui ha sempre vissuto e che ora si va spopolando, firmando cos la sua condanna a morte Andr s de Casas Sosas rinuncia a rimettersi in gioco in un altro luogo, per cercare di mantenere viva la sua terra e i ricordi di chi l ha abitata la scelta contro corrente di un uomo che ad un certo punto della vita smette di guardare avanti e inizia a g [...]


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