Final del juego

Final del juego
File:FinalDelJuego.jpg
1964 edition
Author Julio Cortázar
Language Spanish
Publisher Sudamericana
Publication date 1956
Published in English 1967

Final del juego (End of the Game) is a book of 18 short stories written by Julio Cortázar. It is divided in three levels of difficulty, measured by the effort it should take to understand each story.

Stories

I

  • Continuidad de los Parques
  • No se culpe nadie
  • El Río
  • Los Venenos
  • La Puerta Condenada
  • Las Ménades

II

  • El Ídolo de las Cícladas
  • Una Flor Amarilla
  • Sobremesa
  • La Banda
  • Los Amigos
  • El Móvil
  • Torito

III

  • Relato con un Fondo de Agua
  • Después del Almuerzo
  • Axolotl
  • La Noche Boca Arriba
  • Final del Juego

References

  • Peter Standish, Understanding Julio Cortázar
  • Artículo de Santiago Juan-Navarro sobre “Continuidad de los parques”

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