[Reading] ➿ Relato de un náufrago Author Gabriel García Márquez – Ivogue.co.uk

Relato de un náufrago El 28 De Febrero De 1955, Un Furibundo Golpe De Mar Hizo Escorar El Destructor Colombiano Caldas Y Arroj Al Agua A Ocho Tripulantes De La Nave Solo Uno De Ellos, El Marinero Luis Alejandro Velasco, Pudo Alcanzar Una Balsa Y Sobrevivir En El Mar Caribe Durante Diez D As, Sin Agua O Alimento Alguno Tras Una Larga Serie De Entrevistas Con El N Ufrago, El Joven Gabriel Garc A M Rquez Compuso Un Fascinante Relato En Primera Persona Donde El Heroico Marinero Explica Las Penalidades Que Sufri Y Los Peligros Que Hubo De Correr Hasta Llegar, Exhausto, A Una Playa Cercana A Mulatos En Su Incre Ble Odisea, Velasco Padeci Un Hambre Y Una Sed Atroces, Estuvo Expuesto A Un Sol Implacable Que Le Ampoll La Piel, Fue Asediado Cada Tarde Por Voraces Tiburones, Se Sobrepuso A Una Angustiosa Soledad Y A Continuas Alucinaciones Con Un Cautivador Estilo Period Stico, Garc A M Rquez Dot Al Relato De Un Intenso Dramatismo, Lo Construy Con Medidas Dosis De Suspense Y Le Aport Algunas Notas De Humor E Iron A Que Ven An A Re Ejar, En Palabras Del Escritor, La Inteligencia, El Hero Smo Y La Integridad Del Protagonista Esta Edici N Del Famoso Relato Del Premio Nobel Colombiano Contiene Unas Util Simas Notas Aclaratorias Y Una Secci N Nal De Actividades Donde Se Analiza La Obra Con Pormenor El Relato, Que Ha Sido Ilustrado En Color Por El Artista Italiano Gianni De Conno, Cuenta Asimismo Con Un Ap Ndice En Que Se Explican Las Circunstancias De Su Creaci N Y Difusi N, As Como Con Un Peque O Lbum Fotogr Co Del N Ufrago.

  • Paperback
  • 175 pages
  • Relato de un náufrago
  • Gabriel García Márquez
  • Spanish
  • 09 April 2018

10 thoughts on “Relato de un náufrago

  1. says:

    Lo terrible del mar es morir de sed , canta Gustavo Cerati en el tema Yo nac para esto , y luego agrega Yo segu a la estrella m s voraz nunca me llev tan lejos para qu creer en el azar yo nac para esto Luis Alejandro Velasco, sin ayuda del azar, hab a nacido para no morir y contar su historia Hace mucho tiempo que no leo un libro tan atrapante y adictivo y que quiera terminar y que a la vez no quiero que se termine con tantas ansias.Velasco y su historia del naufragio del Caldas y su odisea arriba de una balsa, luchando contra las inclemencias del clima, la sed, el hambre, el sol, una rodilla maltrecha y los hambrientos tiburones, me revela que es m s el relato de un h roe que el de un n ufrago, y creo que no cualquier persona tendr a tanta entereza para soportar semejante calvario.La maestr a literaria de Garc a M rquez para pulir la historia de Velasco y adaptarla al marco literario es brillante, en parte gracias a la memoria de elefante del n ufrago rescatado, y en segundo lugar por imprimirle el dramatismo narrativo necesario para pegar al lector a las p ginas de este libro maravilloso que NO es ficci n, sino la vida misma, que a veces puede ser impredecible e incre ble.Uno acostumbra a leer novelas de ficci n y en cierto modo tener empatia con tal o cual personaje, aborrecer al villano y compenetrarse con la historia Cuando leemos no ficci n, sabemos que pa...

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    Relato de un n ufrago The Story of a Shipwrecked Sailor, Gabriel Garc a M rquez This is Marquez s account of a real life event In 1955, eight crew members of the destroyer Caldas, were swept into the Caribbean Sea The sole survivor, Luis Alejandro...

  3. says:

    El t tulo lo dice todo El relato de un n ufrago es una historia contada de manera muy simple y hasta amigable Me gust mucho porque se describe la historia completa, paso a paso Empieza con la felicidad que Luis Alejandro Velasco ten a antes de salir rumbo a Cartagena Luego, el relato es bastante claro y detallado cuenta todo.A medida que va avanzando el relato, uno se imagina claramente la historia a medida que se va leyendo Desde que el barco cae, todo el proceso que tiene que vivir, todas las etapas que hay que soportar durante esos d as, lo bueno, lo malo y lo asqueroso, la desesperaci n por el ser humano por sobrevivir, cosas que uno, sentado en la comodidad de su hogar dice que jam s har a, pero qui n sabe cuando se est durante 10 d as en medio de agua y tiburones, muerto de sed y hambre y desesperaci n.Cr...

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    It is been ten years since I set foot on sea as you guess am really scared of, I didn t try learn to swim and almost drowned twice trying to show off my nonexistent swimming prowess to people, I don t try to aboard any ship and if I tried I must make sure I have my life saving jacket near me so when things go wrong which they don t happen but seeing my jacket calms me downThe story tells what it means to be stranded in sea where there is no water or food for ten days and surviveOur story begins when a Colombian navy Caldas sails from mobile Alabama in February 1955 where they docked in the port for repairs for the last 8 months The 7 sailors with our hero Luis Alejandro Valasco used most of the time going to movies with their American girl friends or went to bar to drink whiskey and start brawls,However after watching the movie Caine Mutiny the 8 sailors feelings became uneasy not like they knew what will happen to them but what will they do if they were caught in a situation like they saw in the movie.The ship has started to shake in febuary 27 at 10...

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    The full title is The Story of a Shipwrecked Sailor Who Drifted on a Liferaft for Ten Days Without Food or Water, Was Proclaimed a National Hero, Kissed by Beauty Queens, Made Rich Through Publicity, and Then Spurned by the Government and Forgotten for All Time, which pretty much sums up the story.The story of Luis Alejandro Velasco is one of intense survival, as he was flung overboard from the destroyer Caldas with seven of his fellow seamen on February 28, 1955 The ship was traveling from Mobile, Alabama, in the United States, where it had docked for repairs, to the Colombian port of Cartagena, where it arrived two hours after the tragedy After four days, the search was abandoned and the lost sailors were officially declared dead Velasco, however, found a raft and remained on the open sea without food and without hope After drifting with sea currents for ten days, an emaciated Velasco arrives with his raft on a coast that he later discovers to be Colombia He is received first with affection and later with military honors and much money from publicity agencies The story on El Espectador Yet, Luis Alejandro Velasco carried a secret within himself I asked Luis Alejandro Velasco to describe the storm that caused the disaster Aware that his statement was worth its weight in gold, he answered with a smile, There was no storm It was true the weather bureau confirmed that it had been another clear and mild Febr...

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    Hay un instante en que ya no se siente la sed ni el hambre Un momento en que no se sienten ni los implacables mordiscos del sol en la piel ampollada No se piensa No se tiene ninguna noci n de los sentimient...

  7. says:

    This was such a quick read, at 106 pages long, I was able to finish this in just fifteen minutes Inspired by true events after a ship sinks, the only survivor lasts for ten days on a lifeboat without food and water The storytelling reminded me so much of a book that I had to read for my Access class in English Literature Life of PI by...

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    Think of a writer who can make you smile, happy and laugh with just the title of his work or with its prologue written in four short pages I have one, and only one Gabriel Joselito de la Concordia Garcia Marquez And it is here, where he didn t tell his own story, but the story of another, written in the first person narrative but in GG Marquez s hand, sort of like The Autobiography of Alice B Toklas by Gertrude Stein The title you see from the image of this book here at GR is not complete as it has a sub title which sort of serves as an appetizer to this memorable dainty little dish I reads who drifted on a life raft for ten days without food or water, was proclaimed a national hero, kissed by beauty queens, made rich through publicity, and then spurned by the government and forgotten for all time Flip over a leaf and you ll have the prologue I was referring to which GG Marquez entitled The Story of This Story In his honor, as he had passed away only yesterday, and as his soul may still be here to witness this small sacrifice I am making in his name, and as this prologue made me laugh several times, I am reproducing it here in all its glory February 28, 1955, brought news that eight crew members of the destroyer Caldas, of the Colombian Navy, had fallen overboard and disappeared during a storm in the Caribbean Sea The ship was traveling from Mo...

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    5 d as y 88 p ginas despu s El primer libro que leo de GGM Empec con este porque fue una recomendaci n especial Se debe destacar que de una historia narraci n plana el autor le pone talento y hace una descripci n mucho m s profunda y sagaz La tragedia de un marinero de quedarse solo en altamar por siete d as y como desemboca d as des...

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