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Affiliation: College of Arts and Sciences, Department of Romance Studies Abstract The goal of the present study is to analyze how the concepts of limit, death and nature evolve in Horacio Quiroga's literature. There, nature becomes the stage on which the human drama of death is acted out to the limit. I begin by analyzing Quiroga's first literary production in relation to Modernismo and the latter's existential approach to death and nature. The relationship between these two concepts can also be observed in his short stories, produced from to La miel silvestre [The Wild Honey] , A la deriva [Drifting] , El hombre muerto [The Dead Man] and Los desterrados [The Exiles] In these fictions, the characters become aware of an ungraspable end that happens through the narration of their journey from life to death, perishing in the limits of this world and ignoring what lies in the great beyond. Finally, the latter text Las moscas [The Flies] , proposes an alternative that contrasts with the previous texts and culminates the evolution of Quiroga discussed here with the idea that the limit of death can be surpassed.
Overcome with happiness, she silently sobbed over the fate of the savage turned into man; tears of gratitude that twelve years later this same child would pay with blood.
Time passed. The child needed a name: she gave him the name of Juan Darien. He needed food, clothes, shoes: the mother worked day and night to give him everything.
She was still very young and could have remarried, if she desired; but the endearing love of her child was enough, love that she returned with all of her heart. Juan Darien was, truly, worthy of being loved: noble, good, generous like no one else.
He had a particular deep veneration for his mother. He never lied. Could it be because his true nature lied in being a wild animal? Yet so was Juan Darien. And he went to school with children his age, who often made fun of him for his shyness and rough, dry hair. Juan Darien was not very smart, but he made up for his lack of intellect with a great passion for study.
Juan Darien suffered unspeakable pain, until time healed his wounds. Yet from then on he was a sad child whose only desire was to endlessly improve himself. There is something that must be admitted: Juan Darien was not loved in the town.
Inhabitants of cities closed off to the outside world from their forested walls did not like children who were generous and studied with all of their heart. He was, after all, the best student in his class.
These combined factors foresaw the events prophesied by the serpent. The school and the children were up for a review and an inspector was said to be on his way to observe the class. When the inspector arrived, the teacher decided to give her lesson to her best student: Juan Darien. Juan was the most advanced student; but with the pressure of the review, he began to stutter and his tongue froze uttering a strange sound.
Very strange. The inspector knew that there were things in the world more strange than things that could never be invented. At the same time, he knew that questions could never uncover whether or not the child had once been what he feared, a wild beast.
Yet just as there are men who, in certain mental states, could remember things that had happened to their grandparents, it was possible that under a hypnotic suggestion, Juan Darien could remember his life as an animal. And to all the children who read this and do not know of what I speak, ask an adult. I would now like for one of you to describe the jungle.
You were all practically raised there and know it well. How is the jungle? What happens there? This is what I want to know.
He said that the jungle has enormous trees, upwardly creeping plants, and all types of flowers. When he finished, another child came up, then another. Even though all knew the jungle well, they all gave the same answers because the boys and most men never tell what they have seen, only what they have read. I want you to think hard on what you have seen. Close your eyes. The classroom and the jungle outside the window fell into a great silence.
He saw that the rocks that a tiger or panther could see would be down close to the river, at the same level as their eyes as they lap at the water. Dusk was settling in, and through the window shadow was beginning to consume the nearby jungle.
Class ended. The inspector was not a bad man; but, like all men who live close to the jungle, he hated tigers with a blinding anger. He is a wild beast from the jungle, possibly a tiger. If we do not kill him, he will sooner or later kill us all. He has not yet awoken the beast inside him, but one day he will and he will devour us all, even more so given that we allow him to live amongst us.
We should, well, kill him. The problem is that we cannot kill him as long as he looks human, we would not be able to prove he was a tiger.
He looks like a man, and we must always be careful when dealing with men. I know a beast tamer in the city. We can call him and he will find a way to return Juan Darien to his real form. And even though he will not be a tiger, people will believe us and we can toss him back into the jungle. We will call the tamer soon, before Juan Darien can escape. But Juan Darien was thinking about everything but escaping, because he did not realize their was a plot against him.
How could anyone think he was not a man when all he had ever done was love his fellow man and dangerous animals? Yet the town began to talk and Juan Darien began to suffer the consequences. No one would speak to him, they would step widely to avoid him as he passed, and followed him at night from afar. Why are they treating me this way? Go back to where you came from! Who knows what may have happened if the tamer had not arrived the very same night as the town festival.
Juan Darien was at home, preparing the awful soup he always ate when he heard the shouts of the people marching toward his door. We want nothing to do with tigers. Juan Darien will devour us all! Die Juan Darien! But in that moment the crowd retreated and the tamer, with large leather boots, a red frock hat, and a whip in his hand, stood above Juan Darien. In class, we will compile a list of words on the board that they would like to discuss.
Las 10 mejores novelas de la literatura boliviana: We will briefly discuss plot and characters in the work. Cuentos de amor de locura y de muerte Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go. If only there were a way to turn it off!! Would get rid of the eco and the music. We will discuss any comprehension problems or vocabulary issues during this class period.
We will also discuss the characters and they will start the visual organizer for homework. They will share what they have of their draft so far.
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