5 metros de cuentos perversos by Ana García Bergua, Fabrizio Mejía Madrid, Paola Tinoco,

By Ana García Bergua, Fabrizio Mejía Madrid, Paola Tinoco, Alfredo Núñez Lanz, Antonio Jiménez Morato

Lo perverso se puede presentar de muchas maneras posibles y afectar en distintos niveles; materializarse en l. a. más negative barbarie, o brotar como un hecho aislado y sin aparente consecuencia. Los cuentas de esta antología, despojados de todo ánimo moralizante, muestran algunas de las formas en que los angeles perversión puede aparecer y cumplirse. Las letras ahondan en nuestras “buenas” costumbres sólo para trastocarlas, y darle espacio a l. a. imaginación, a lo fortuito.

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Don Juan’s land is in Pardo,” one of the traveling salesmen said, or asked. ” “ If you’re going by car, through Cachari, you should get going right away,” said the salesman, and with a vague gesture he indicated the window. Then I heard the rain, and saw it. It was raining cats and dogs. “ After a while nobody can pass through that road. ” I turned a deaf ear, because I don’t like people to give me orders. I always had faith in my ability to drive in mud, but the wind was blowing from the east, and per­ haps it would rain a lot.

It was then that I became acquainted with one of the bitter sides of our profession: doing the rounds with a manuscript. Some editors didn’t seem to remember my first novel and listened with disbe­ lief when I spoke of its success. Those who did remember maintained that this one was not as good. To make it clear that the interview was over they’d shake their heads and say: ‘You might as well chuck it. ’ ” One day I met Grinberg in the cafe-bar La Academia. I immediately thought of Davel and asked him for news.

The crisis was severe; people were already talking about the unemployed. Apart from all that, perhaps my parents thought that 37 38 ♦ A D O L F O B IO Y CASARES because of such strokes of luck as the sale of cows to Pees, and because of my continual trips out to the coun­ try which broke up the office routine, I might take a liking to the work. They thought it dangerous for a young man to have too much spare time; they distrusted my excessive reading and the resultant odd ideas. As soon as I got to the office I spoke about the matter.

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