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by Margaret Jull Costa,Julio Llamazares

Author: Margaret Jull Costa,Julio Llamazares
Subcategory: World Literature
Language: English
Publisher: Harcourt; 1 edition (January 5, 2004)
Pages: 144 pages
Category: Fiction and Literature
Rating: 4.3
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The Yellow Rain by Julio Llamazares is thankfully a short novel that describes life, or rather the end of it, in a Pyrenean village called Ainielle. Andres, the book's narrator, has lived there all his life in a house he calls Casa Sosas

The Yellow Rain by Julio Llamazares is thankfully a short novel that describes life, or rather the end of it, in a Pyrenean village called Ainielle. Andres, the book's narrator, has lived there all his life in a house he calls Casa Sosas. By the time we meet him, he is reaching the end of his life, as is his village, since it is now almost deserted, abandoned by almost all who used to make a life of sorts there.

Julio Llamazares is a poet, novelist and a prolific essayist and journalist. The yellow rain (La lluvia amarilla) translated by Margaret Jull Costa, Harvill Press (2003). He focuses on themes such as the history and memory of Spanish society, both individual and collective and, in particular, the progressive decline of the rural cultural heritage. His work encompasses multiple genres, including 6 novels as well as various collections of poems, short stories and essays, travel writing, screenplays and journalism.

Julio Llamazares The Yellow Rain is an elegy to a forgotten village, a way of life, for a man who meets death long .

Julio Llamazares The Yellow Rain is an elegy to a forgotten village, a way of life, for a man who meets death long before it invites him to join it. Ainielle is a village in the Spanish Pyrenees that has become abandoned and derelict, no one lives there any longer except this one man who refuses to let go of the past and will experience his last years, months, days in a kind of slow, yellowing reality. Throughout the book, images of yellow and yellowing pervade, as everything succumbs to oblivion, a consequence of time passing and soon we are not sure if it is merely nature or the natural deterioration of an old man’s eyes, tainting everything he sees. Source: Melancholy Morning by Vizibil.

by Julio Llamazares & translated by Margaret Jull Costa.

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by Julio Llamazares · Margaret Jull Costa. Ainielle's last surviving inhabitant, an old man at death's door, lingers on, and as the "yellow rain" of leaves flutters around him and the. Its houses are mostly deserted ruins and have been for years.

By margaret jull costa. Published by HARVILL PRESS in LONDON. Written in Undetermined.

Llamazares, Julio, 1955-; Costa, Margaret Jull.

Julio Llamazares's elegy for Ainielle, told in a torrential emotional monologue by its last inhabitant, Andrès, as he prepares his grave, has become a modern Spanish classic since it was first published more than a decade ago. But many will find Andrès's tone almost comically histrionic. The village is desolate, the weather awful with the wind never quieting below a howl, so it comes as no surprise when loneliness drives his wife to hang herself.

AbeBooks 3. The Yellow Rain. Published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (2004)

Julio Llamazares, Margaret Jull Costa (Translator). Published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (2004). ISBN 10: 0151005982 ISBN 13: 9780151005987.

Ainielle is a village high in the Spanish Pyrenees. Its houses are mostly deserted ruins and have been for years. Ainielle's last surviving inhabitant, an old man at death's door, lingers on, and as the "yellow rain" of leaves flutters around him and the first snows of the year fall, he recalls the life he lived and the ghosts-once his friends and neighbors-who have taken possession of his solitude. Hailed on first publication and continuously reprinted in Spain, The Yellow Rain is a haunting ode to the power of memory, an elegy for a landscape and a way of life.