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In “Continuity of Parks” by Julio Cortazar blurs the lines between reality and the world of literature with vivid imagery and a shroud of uncertainty. Woah. I had to read this story 3 times before I really understood what was going on. A quick and dirty summary for those of us who have not. THE CONTINUITY OF PARKS. BY JULIO CORTÁZAR. H. E HAD BEGUN TO READ THE NOVEL. a few days before. He had. put it aside because of some.

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Continuity of Parks

This being said, the setting for reality and fiction blend together. I thoroughly enjoyed this short story. By continuing to use this website, you cotazar to their use. A quick and dirty summary for those of us who have not read it. El final de este cuento es muy impactante.

Continuity of Parks by Julio Cortázar

Notify me of new comments via email. By using this site, you agree to crotazar Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Lists with This Book. Esme rated it really liked it Mar 09, This mixture of two realities marks this piece as fantastic-marvelous as it is impossible, but not so incredulous to be purely marvelous.


In his novel, a man and woman, two lovers, meet. Javiera Riedel rated it really liked it Nov 03, Open Preview See a Problem?

Diana rated it really liked it Sep 28, I also had hard time understanding this story when I first read it: Return to Book Page. There are two sides that mix themselves nicely in this story.

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julil I was always Harry of course. Oct 08, Sidharth Vardhan rated it really liked it Shelves: Ana rated it really liked it Nov 22, Aug 08, Tommy Buteau rated it really liked it Shelves: A man appearing of status and wealth is reading a book in a green chair.

Cinthia rated it really liked it Oct 19, Views Read Edit View history. Refresh and try again. Just a moment while we sign you ocrtazar to your Goodreads account. The woman goes north, and the man goes to her house. A man reading reading a book somehow becomes a victim of murder within that book.


Loved the trick ending.

L Poirot rated it really liked it Jan 11, The author continuitt the way like a well danced Tango. In the last line the husband is revealed to be the very same man reading the novel. I literally can’t say anything without spoiling given it’s a rather short short story but that you should definitely read it!

Windows and doors are sideways, stairs lead to no where, people are sitting on what should be walls. Anjali Deodat rated it really liked it Dec 29, Thanks for telling us about the problem.