El Horla

El Horla El narrador lleva una vida tranquila en su casa a orillas del Sena en tierras normandas Hasta que extra amente una serie de sucesos extra os conseguir n inquietarlo As ve que hay objetos que desap

  • Title: El Horla
  • Author: Guy de Maupassant Stefan Hammarén
  • ISBN: 9788420646312
  • Page: 192
  • Format: Paperback
  • El narrador lleva una vida tranquila en su casa, a orillas del Sena, en tierras normandas Hasta que extra amente una serie de sucesos extra os conseguir n inquietarlo As , ve que hay objetos que desaparecen espont neamente, flores que parecen cogidas por manos invisibles o la jarra de agua de su mesita que es vaciada de su contenido Y el narrador adquirir la conscienciEl narrador lleva una vida tranquila en su casa, a orillas del Sena, en tierras normandas Hasta que extra amente una serie de sucesos extra os conseguir n inquietarlo As , ve que hay objetos que desaparecen espont neamente, flores que parecen cogidas por manos invisibles o la jarra de agua de su mesita que es vaciada de su contenido Y el narrador adquirir la consciencia de que algo sobrenatural se ha instalado en su entorno A ese indeterminado sobrenatural le bautizar con el nombre de el Horla.

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    • Guy de Maupassant Stefan Hammarén

      Henri Ren Albert Guy de Maupassant was a popular 19th century French writer He is one of the fathers of the modern short story A protege of Flaubert, Maupassant s short stories are characterized by their economy of style and their efficient effortless d nouement He also wrote six short novels A number of his stories often denote the futility of war and the innocent civilians who get crushed in it many are set during the Franco Prussian War of the 1870s.

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    • ‎دوستانِ گرانقدر، این کتاب از 12 داستان تشکیل شده است که به دلیلِ طولانی نشدنِ این ریویو، من تنها خلاصه ای از پنج داستانِ آن را برایتان در زیر مینویسم----------------------------------------------------------------------------‎داستانِ اصلی در موردِ مردی است که احساس میکند که موجودی نیرومند و نامرئی به نامِ < [...]

    • Existen al menos dos versiones de este cuento y son bastante diferentes en el formato, más que en el argumento. Digo “al menos” porque se considera que el cuento "Carta de un loco" es, en realidad, la primera versión de las otras dos (ay, qué lío). Existen varias similitudes entre los tres cuentos, porque todos tienen como protagonista a un demente que percibe una presencia. Como también leí "Carta…", me pareció bien hacerle un espacio y comentarlo muy brevemente."Carta de un loco" [...]

    • [4.0](Read this for school)It was amazing to read these three stories! The first one got published in 1885 and is only ten pages long. The second one is named Le Horla and is the first version of this name, written in 1886. The last one is the final, most famous and longest version. It has the same name as the previous one. It was really interesting to see how Guy de Maupassant develops and changes his story and that’s why I liked it! There are some parts that are the same which is fun.The onl [...]

    • The Horla is a very short psychological horror story about a man who becomes convinced that an invisible being - seemingly ghost-like, but also compared within the narrative to a vampire - is quietly terrorising him, invading his bedroom at night, driving him mad. This creature, 'the Horla', drives him to increasingly irrational and extreme action as he seeks to destroy its hold over him. I saw a lot of parallels between this story and Charlotte Perkins Gilman's The Yellow Wallpaper, published f [...]

    • Guy de Maupassant (a quien admiro, realmente), escribió más de 300 cuentos y no acostumbraba a encasillarse en un género, más allá de ser un protegido de Zolá y Flaubert y un alto exponente del realismo y del naturalismo, tenía una técnica brillante para elaborar sus cuentos. El Horla, un cuento sobre la locura, y, tal vez, su mejor cuento, tiene para mí, connotaciones autobiográficas. Era un talento para este tipo de cuentos, ya que él sufrió un proceso de este tipo en carne propia. [...]

    • I listened to the audio first, and followed up by reading through the print. It would have been a different experience if I'd flipped the two, because once I hit halfway I definitely wanted to "skip to the end." I almost always feel that way about horror stories, though. So much time and energy spent on describing something atmospheric or suspenseful and I just want to get on with it. That may say more about me than about the story. As horror stories go (this is grouped with ghost stories, but t [...]

    • Entre raison et folie, Maupassant nous fait vraiment entrer dans la tête du héros qui maintient le doute sur l'existence réelle du Horla. Il est primordial de rappeler qu'il a écrit cette nouvelle à une période de sa vie où la folie commencée à l'emporter déjà. Le style d'écriture est captivant, d'une grande originalité.

    • Yuyu absoluto! Un loco que no es tal loco. Luz de gas? No, es El Horla, que es una especie de Dementor pero peor ^_^

    • Le HorlaMaupassant (1850 – 1893)C’est l’histoire d’un homme qui prend note dans son journal intime de l’évolution de sa maladie psychiatrique, il se rend compte qu’il devient fou.Il nous raconte la peur qui augmente, au jour le jour. Il s’imagine qu’il a un double de soi, Le Horla, qui fait tout pour remplacer son âme, saine a l’origine, avec l’âme malade.Pour finir il succombe, mais essaie de prendre son double au piège dans sa maison, qu’il incendie, pour le détruire [...]

    • |Relecture / Reread - Review only in FR|Une bonne relecture ! Maupassant parvient avec brio à nous relater la lente descente aux enfers d'un homme (lui ?) vers la folie. L'ambiance est oppressante et l'emploi du "je" ainsi que la forme de journal intime nous met dans la tête du personnage principal. Résultats ? Malaise et questionnement. On veut sortir de "son" corps tout en voulant en savoir plus. Redoutable mais efficace !+ : nouvelle déstabilisante, style parfaitement maîtrisé (Maupassa [...]

    • Desde hace bastante tiempo tenía ganas de leer algo de Maupassant pero no se me había presentado la oportunidad y ahora que pude hacerlo no puedo negar que lo disfruté. Una historia dedicada a la desesperación humana con toques sobrenaturales, que te pone a pensar en qué o quién está detrás de esta extraña situación.

    • Great collection of one of my favorite stories (this edition has two previous versions Maupassant composed from different points of view, before settling on the final text) - it's interesting how the new understandings opened up by the sciences at the time (19th century - the actual scale of natural processes and our small scope in them and ability to understand them) can be interpreted by some in the culture as positive, while others like de Maupassant ("The Horla"), Ambrose Bierce ("The Damned [...]

    • I am a big Guy de Maupassant fan, this was nowhere near what I expected. A haunting, psychological horror story of a descent into madness. Really well done by MHP too with an earlier version and some notes. Just a pleasant surprise.

    • This was the biggest surprise in the collection of nine Maupassant stories that I read. All that I'd read by the great writer so far were simple, intimate stories drawing out wry drama from small-town life - to see his name on a full-blooded horror* story seemed completely odd, but it turned out to be a literary surprise of the best kind. This increasingly unsettling story about a man who begins to feel a sinister presence in his house was reminiscent of Dracula, and I am not sure if Poe could h [...]

    • Oh, syphilis, what a treasure you are! okay, now seriously can you imagine what it must be like for a person to suffer from hallucinations from an unknown cause?! In the period in which Guy de Maupassant wrote, people were starting to examine the human mind and body in order to interpret how we interact with the world around us and how to explain our existence, purpose through science. Before there was a conviction that God or fate gave us our bodies, our state of mind, everything, but now we be [...]

    • The fact that this story of one man’s descent into madness was published shortly before the author was institutionalized for insanity, makes me perceive it as Guy de Maupassant’s mental illness and descent into madness himself.In the form of diary entries, over the course of 4 or 5 months, we see one man's taking notes of the strange occurrences he feels in his house and around him. He's convinced of the existence of some otherworldly creature in his home, and we see how he tries to deal wit [...]

    • (Ich bin nicht sicher, ob das hier die richtige Ausgabe ist ich hatte eine Sammlung von 14 Kurzgeschichten.)Ich war sehr positiv von der Kurzgeschichtensammlung überrascht. Die Titelgeschichte hat mich noch nicht umgehauen, aber es gab einige köstliche Geschichten, mal recht traurig, mal unglaublich komisch. Hat mich sehr gut unterhalten!

    • A lot of these short stories are very psychological in nature and the writing is tip-top. And any story or novel that involves going crazy, well, that's a big plus to me. Too bad Maupassant died so young, uh, from going crazy but at least he wrote about it.

    • Wow. C'était court. Il fallait vraiment juste prendre le temps de le lire.J'ai bien aimé la façon dont Maupassant s'arrange pour que le lecteur sombre en même temps que son personnage, le pousse à chercher une solution, un moyen de se débarrasser du Horla avec lui et constate avec une étrange fascination et une certaine terreur les extrémités auxquelles le personnage est prêt pour en finir avec le Horla, quitte à en finir avec lui-mêmeJe trouve que c'est un exercice d'écriture prodi [...]

    • ¡Apasionante! «Pasé una noche horrible. Él no ha aparecido más, pero lo siento cerca de mí. Me espía, me mira, se introduce en mí y me domina. Así me resulta más temible, pues al ocultarse de este modo parece manifestar su presencia invisible y constante mediante fenómenos sobrenaturales».

    • Documentation of a slow decline into insanity, or as Rimbaud might term it a 'derangement of the senses'. Presented as diary entries which document the troubling presence of the ‘Horla’, a coercive and manipulative spirit which haunts the protagonist. Reminded me of the Taltos from Anne Rice’s witches trilogy. There we go, bet you never thought you’d see Rice and Rimbaud mentioned in one review, what a pair!

    • El horla, escrita a manera de un diario, es una clara metáfora de la angustia y de la duda de la propia identidad. ¿Hemos visto el viento? Sin embargo, existe y es capaz de destruir. En este relato de sensaciones y realidades contrapuestas, Maupassant nos lleva de paseo a la visión de la locura, de la incomprensión y la difusa línea entre el consciente y el inconsciente, del "yo" desvanecido y perdido entre el misterio de sí mismo.

    • This is a collection of two versions of the short story "Le Horla" and "Lettre d'un Fou." In the first version of "Le Horla," a doctor calls his professional friends to his place of work and tells them about his most interesting patient yet. He then calls the patient out, and the patient tells his own story of descending into madness, of why he is in a "maison de sante." The second version of "Le Horla" is in the form of a journal. The patient from the first story becomes the narrator of this ve [...]

    • The Horla - 1887 (final version) - Fantastic piece of Gothic horror! I've read Maupassant before but this is my first time reading this story. A series of journal entries as a man tells how he is not feeling well. He takes various vacations, feels better but his illness always returns when he gets back home. He starts to believe he is going mad as his physical ailments lead to hallucinations and eventually he muses upon whether he is a rational man having hallucinations or simply a madman. Howev [...]

    • Stumbled across this novella while following a series of Google links. Although billed as a horror story it struck me more as a description of mental illness. The author seems well informed and many observations struck me as prescient of the latest neurological discoveries.Everything that surrounds us, everything that we see without looking at it, everything that we touch without knowing it, everything that we handle without feeling it, everything that we meet without clearly distinguishing it, [...]

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