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The Narrator Captures A Rare Rabbitlike Creature, Thought To Be Extinct For Over A Century


What would a short story read like if absurdist author par excellence Fernando Sorrentino from Argentina journeyed into the weird supernatural world of H.
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Lovecraft? Answer: move over ghouls, move over thing on the doorstep, move over Cthulhu, here comes a critter beyond all boundaries and categories.
Ladies and gentleman, take a deep breath and prepare yourself for the ultimate in weird: The Ushuaia Rabbit.


The tale is told by one Andrés Bertoldi, zoologist and specialist in extinct and endangered species.
Andrés relates how he made his miraculous discovery of one of these rarest of rabbits on an emban http://www.
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The Ushuaia Rabbit is an amazing sounding creature, I'm surprised I haven't heard of it before.
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wait a minute.
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you don't think Sorrentino made it up do you? Whether it is real or not, The Ushuaia Rabbit would make an awesome pet to have.


The writing is simple, almost childlike at times, and that style works well with this story.
You make think that is a bad thing, but being able to write a story with the imagination of a 5 year old and then still manage to draw you in is quite an achievement.


Right, I'm off to hunt for The Ushuaia Rabbit.
The Ushuaia Rabbit is an amazing sounding creature, I'm surprised I haven't heard of it before.
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wait a minute.
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you don't think Sorrentino made it up do you? Whether it is real or not, The Ushuaia Rabbit would make an awesome pet to have.


The writing is simple, almost childlike at times, and that style works well with this story.
You make think that is a bad thing, but being able to write a story with the imagination of a 5 year old and then still manage to draw you in is quite an achievement.


Right, I'm off to hunt for The Ushuaia Rabbit.
Okay, that was only five pages long.
Quite absurd, though.
Thanks Glenn.
Fernando Sorrentino is a contemporary Argentine writer mainly of short stories, also known for his interviews of Borges and Casares.
A genuine descendant of the great Argentine tradition in prose and short story writing, his command of the short story form is simply impeccable.


Although he naturally owes much to the great Argentine masters, predominantly Borges, but also Casares and Cortázar, he emphatically acknowledges his debts to another, relatively unknown, important figure of the Argentine literary landscape, Marco Denevi, whom he admires most among all the other writers of his country.


However, he has deviated from all the aforementioned literary models and has developed a distinctly personal style, which he prefers to denominate as 'de lo insólito' ('of the unusual'), where, as the term implies, reality is in cases severely deformed to the very limit The link to the book can be found here.
So far, I find this story just a cute one.
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But I wonder why I no longer seem to get the objective of Sorrentino's stories? Is that the case with you too?

Personally, I enjoyed the first story I have read from Sorrentino, "there is a man in the habit of hitting me with an umbrella," and I wanted to read more of his books.
But I wonder, for instance, what was his intention of writing "The Ushuaia Rabbit"? But still, I enjoy his style and use of words.
They convey a subtle sense of humor! Historia corta pa' terminar mi reto goodreads.
La verdad está cotorra, aunque el final me pareció bastante meh.
Si volvería a leer algo de ese Sorrentino.
Aunque no me caigan tan bien los argentinos.


Y ahora un gif del conejo de Ushuaia

Fernando Sorrentino

Download Epub Format ↠´ The Ushuaia Rabbit PDF by ↠´ Fernando Sorrentino pamyatnik.pro Fernando Sorrentino is an Argentine writer born in Buenos Aires on November 8, 1942. His works have been translated into English, Portuguese, Italian, German, French, Finnish, Hungarian, Polish, Bulgarian, Chinese, Vietnamese, Tamil, and Kabyle. In 2006 Fernando Sorrentino published a collection of short stories entitled: "Per colpa del dottor Moreau ed altri racconti fantastici". The collection i