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This page was last edited on 7 Mayat Unknown Thursday, 01 March, This book would be a great read for anyone who wants an empowering story. If we choose to see the handsomest drowned man, and we put our mind to it, we can do it. I rate this higher than Balthazar’s Marvelous Afternoon because I understood it better and I was able to rl my own interpretation.

Sep 07, Crystal added it. I recall reading somewhere how a significant percentage of both men and women in the US dream of being a superstar athlete. The work was partially based on his parents’ courtship and was adapted into a film starring Javier Bardem.

The Handsomest Drowned Man in the World

We have here a story. Meaninglessness of sensationalism and cults, dead beginings of traditions or the way it is easier to love the dead than living or something else – read it and interpret yourself. Fatigued because of the difficult nighttime inquiries, all they wanted was to get rid of the bother of the newcomer once and for all before the sun grew strong on that arid, windless day.

The Handsomest Drowned Man in the World was very straightforward in expressing its message. Open Preview Munso a Problem? If they are willing to think more critically, the story is filled with social commentary and symbolism.

Anonymous Friday, 26 September, Hardcover59 pages. Anonymous Tuesday, 12 March, When will you make up your minds?? As he drifts closer to shore, they imagine he might be a whale.


The women feel pity and sympathy for the man, who they silently compare to their own husbands, and they begin to weep for him. I feel the man that was washed ashore grew because his soul wasn’t in peace and in the book it says he looked sad.

The handsomest drowned man in the world, who had mysteriously washed ashore that village, why, he’s this story. Not only was he the tallest, strongest, most virile, and best built man they had ever seen, but even though they were looking at him there was no room for him in their imagination.

Anne (Philippines)’s review of El ahogado más hermoso del mundo

If not, is this one of the consequences of our more modern, urban living? Mi cuento favorito en todo el mundo. All of a sudden the story makes sense now. Anonymous Wednesday, 09 September, Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. They thought that if that magnificent man had lived in the village, his house would have had the widest doors, the highest ceiling, and the strongest floor, his bedstead would have been made from a midship frame held together by iron bolts, and his wife would have been the happiest woman.

Garcia Marquez, considered ms many to be Colombia’s foremost writer, has gained much of his recognition by writing stories that operate on a mythical, almost allegorical, level. And so what it is umndo Well, obviously, this is not to be read by kids; something so deep in scope and full of underlying meanings are meant to be for someone older. However, I did like the ending to the story, which I found to be the most interesting part of the piece.

They could not find a bed in the village large enough to lay him on nor was there a table solid enough to use for his wake.

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Anonymous Tuesday, 25 April, It was one of the younger ones who began the weeping. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. I loved this book. Anonymous Wednesday, 20 November, Is it about how obsessed with the unknown we can become?


However, I do have to apologize to my friend Melina for recommending that she read “One Hundred Years of Solitude” based on the fact that I liked this story she was in the 10th grade at the time and struggled through it.

That’s the magic of GGM. Once dle is removed to the village, everyone agrees he is huge, a giant among men and extremely beautiful. Anonymous Thursday, 23 January, The kids call for the men of the village and it took all of them to carry the man up shore on the cliff. I like his pseudo-innocent narrative that mask his sarcastic tone. I rate this higher than Balthazar’s Marvelous Afternoon because I understood it better and I was able to give my own interpretation.

But the more they hurried, the more the women thought of ways to waste time. They identify the corpse as Esteban, only to say later that it is not him and then, third time lucky- that it is Esteban after all.

I also really liked that the story itself seems to be mostly removed from our society, as the time and exact location it takes place in are not described. They give the corpse a name and invent stories about him and dl people from other villages who think these people are crazy see the body and are like-“I get it! The ha We have here a story.

Anonymous Sunday, 06 May,