Analysis of the story collection

At the end of the mechanical age of Donald Barthelme

The protagonists of the story are Ralph and Ms. Davis. The story presents the current state as boring and boring. But the mechanical age has its comfortable zones. Mrs. Davis's widow married Ralph. The marriage is witnessed by God, who swears to them: "You are a marriage of husband and a lifetime promise that you will make any mutually satisfactory accommodation necessary to reduce tensions and reach the previously agreed goals that both sides have harmoniously set in the appropriate scheduling sessions. The story is unclear and lacks depth and shape. It reminds of an insuperable abstract painting.

A Petition by John Bartha

John Barth writes a letter to a famous person from Thailand who is visiting America for surgery. Barth is very attracted to Eastern mysticism and Eastern religions. It highlights the virtues of foreigners. He also describes the contemporary culture of America ironically. Can not find the essence of the story in Barth's petition

Balthazar is an amazing afternoon by Marquez

Cage of Balthazar is a fascinating and mysterious story about Balthazar, who produces a cage and sells it for sixty pesos. Once he collects money, he buys booze for his friends and gets drunk. His wife patiently waits to come home. The story bears morals about a person who does not know how to handle large amounts of money.

The Shore by Grillet

Bank Grillet describes the movement of three children on the beach. Grillet describes movement of waves, flying sea gulls and wind movement. The author has a fascinating fascination for all three children, a strange aura of attractiveness.

Just like the bad dream of Heinrich Boll

In the movie Just like a bad dream, the protagonist invites Zumpens to dinner. He was thinking of a valuable contract that Zumpen would do. But Zumpens left without a word. Bertha's protagonist's wife told her husband to visit Zumpens. Mrs. Zumpen gives him an envelope and tells him to raise the price because the price offered by other bidders was much higher. The story ends with a happy note with the main hero to whom the contract was awarded.

Axolotl by Cortazar

Axolotl describes the morbid fascination for them by the author. The author becomes ruminative about them. The story is Quixotic and has no conspiracy meat.

Schwartz takes responsibility in dreams

In the dreams begins responsibility, the author describes the father's relationship with his mother. The relationship is long lasting and pleasant.

Solipsist Brown

In the story, Solipsist Walter Jehovah has an imaginary conversation with God. Solipsism is a philosophy that an individual exists. In the conversation, Jehovah rises with the magnificence of thinking-he himself exists as God.

Gogol's wife Tomanso

In the story, Nicolo's wife is described as a balloon. As years pass by, Nicole's resistance to his wife is growing.

The end of Beckett

At the end is a story that describes the lonely life of an unknown person. The description describes his anxiety. The story is not right and the end and narrative is random.

Waiting Borges

We find Vilari's acting hero who will settle in new hostels. At the end of this story, we find surprisingly that Vilari is killed by a stranger.

Borges and me

The author distinguishes the fictional Borges from the actual Borges. Sensory Borges is acknowledged in the news and has a miracle for watches, sixteenth-century maps and labyrinths.

Everything and nothing from Borges

All and nothing of Borges is a fictional edition of Shakespeare's biography. He states that Shakespeare was initiated into Ann Hathaway's sexuality ceremony. In an imaginary conversation with God, Shakespeare God is revealed to be a theater, a mask, and that it is all and nothing.