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LA MELANCÓLICA MUERTE DE CHICO OSTRA. TIM BURTON. Published by Editorial Anagrama (). ISBN / ISBN La melancólica muerte de chico ostra – libro de Tim Burton (director de cine) ser tan importante como eso que sentimos, y esa contradicción suele ser trágica. dianna juárez ibarra: La melancólica muerte de Chico Ostra El trágico acontecimiento deja mella tanto en la madre como en el hijo, pero mientras ella.

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Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. From breathtaking stop-action animation to bittersweet modern fairy tales, filmmaker Tim Burton has become known for his unique visual gragica — witty and macabre at once.

Now he gives birth to a cast of gruesomely sympathetic children — misunderstood outcasts who struggle to find ostr and belonging in their cruel, cruel worlds. His lovingly lurid illustrations evoke bo Dfl breathtaking stop-action animation to bittersweet modern fairy tales, filmmaker Tim Burton has become known for his unique visual brilliance — witty and macabre at once. His lovingly lurid illustrations evoke both the sweetness and the tragedy of these dark yet simple beings — hopeful, hapless heroes who appeal to the ugly outsider in all of us, and let us laugh at a world we have long left oa mostly anyway.

Hardcoverpages. Published October 22nd by Rob Weisbach Books first published To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Lists with This Book. This is me–a huge Tim Burton fan or so I thought: One day, while carelessly browsing the Internets, I came across a book that I had no idea existed. I couldn’t believe my eyes and felt especially stupid when realization hit me: I must have been living under a rock in a God-forsaken place, as never before had I heard of this book: Of course, ,uerte soon as Tdagica realized that I trwgica to have this book, another realization hit bullseye: Yes, this book is not available anywhere in Bulgaria.

This is where frustration got the better of me But I said to myself: This is me now, loving my book and loving Tim Burton even more: View all 8 comments. The poems, which are full of black humor, tell stories of hybrid kids, spontaneous transformers, and women who have babies to win over men. Some characters of the book would later appear in the Flash series Stainboy, which was created, directed, and written by Burton: Oct 11, Florencia rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: I am a fan of Burton’s movies.

So, I was kind of interested in his writings. It wasn’t a big surprise to find out that the level of awesome weirdness was the same.

The Melancholy Death of Oyster Boy and Other Stories by Tim Burton

The characteristic Burton mixture of darkness and uncomfortable tenderness. I mean, he wrote some really freaky poems technically, not that great, and that is a charming plus but with such sweetness and sensibility that you feel touched.

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Well, most of the times, just sad. It is written in a way that seems to be funny, and for some p I am a fan of Burton’s movies. It is written in a way that seems to be funny, and chiico some people, this is a book that includes some weird poems that made them laugh and that’s it. ,a after a while, its melancholic humor kicks in, and you just feel bad for most of the characters. And related Cjico know I did.

I wanted to help them, to adopt them and bring them home and have picnics everyday and dance under a rainbow and clean the house while a couple of birds make their beds.

The Melancholy Death of Oyster Boy and Other Stories

However, this is a Burton universe. And from a certain point of view, it’s not that different from our real world. Besides the poems, Burton also drew some lovely cartoons still, not appropriate for children If you’re going to read about a boy with nails in his eyes, it is nice to see a detailed picture of that, right?

Same thing with a girl with many eyes. Imagine the flood she’d cause if you ever make her cry.

And others like The Melancholy death of Oyster Boy that almost made me cry. Voodoo girlfunny with a heartbreaking ending line. Anchor babysimply tragic. You have to read this good advice.

Melonhead There once was a morose melonhead, who sat there all day and wished he were dead. But you should be careful about the things that you wish. Because the last thing he heard was a deafening squish. Rare, isolated creatures, kids that doesn’t fit normal standards and are rejected by their parents and laughed at by their neighbors, strange people with odd problems.

This book is about all the weirdos that are far more interesting than any other regular, normal people around. Like, a girl with only two eyes, for instance.

Like any other book that seems simply written but contains complex ideas, forgotten values and familiar feelings. View all 12 comments.

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Mar 05, Melki rated it really liked it Shelves: The natives are strange but friendly. They take some getting used to, but after a while, you’ll want to hug them BUT be careful – many of them have sharp objects sticking out of their bellies. It looked pretty strange because he couldn’t see.

The above is a pretty good example of what’s in this book Reading this tiny tome was sort of like taking a prolonged vacation on The Island of Really, Really Misfit Toys. Tgagica above is a pretty good example of what’s in this book and should tell you whether or not it’s for you. Bad things happen to stick figures and little mummy boys. Children get eaten by their parents and a girl turns xel a bed. If you have cnico fondness for all things misbegotten AND find that fairy tales are not quite disturbing enough, you should have room in your heart for Melonhead and maybe even Jimmy, the Hideous Penguin Boy.

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A short collection of macabre poems, illustrated like a children’s book, but aimed more at the YA market, and delightful for dark-thinking adults as well.

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There are lots of gory things about eyes, stories of non-human children toxic, half robot, half oyster etc and a most inappropriate present from Santa. Occasionally the rhythm doesn’t quite work at the first attempt, but even so, it’s great fun.

It is strongly reminiscent of Hilaire Belloc’s Cautionary Juerte for Children my review Chidobu A short collection of macabre poems, illustrated like a children’s book, but aimed more at the YA market, and delightful for dark-thinking adults as well.

His wiry, but colour, illustrations, perfectly complement his dark words.

Jul 25, Ariel rated it really liked it. I don’t have much to say. It’s a collection of short poems and accompanying doodles by Tim Burton.

It’s damned creepy, freaking depressing, laugh out loud funny, and utterly awesome. View all 4 comments. It looked pretty strange because he couldn’t really see. Jun 16, Rebecca McNutt rated it liked it Shelves: This collection of dark comedy poetry was at times very funny and creative, but at other times too strange for its own good.

It’s a good balance I guess, my favourite one being the ‘Toxic Boy’ poem. I wonder what it would be like to live inside Tim Burton’s head ala Being John Malkovich, such talent, such virile imaginations, to dwell within his noggin for a while, you know? I don’t know why but for some reason I have always held Burton’s creativity on par with Neil Gaiman’s, though their style is very dissimilar, but both have distinct styles, that’s almost as important as talent.

I feel these little stories about grotesque beauty, and what a beauty it was, were full of metaphors, heavy wi I wonder what it would be like to live inside Tim Burton’s head ala Being John Malkovich, such talent, such virile imaginations, to dwell within his noggin for a while, you know?

I feel these little stories about grotesque beauty, and what a beauty it was, were full of metaphors, heavy with symbolism. Too many hidden meanings here to be casual, Burton was trying to tell us something. In so few words and splashes from his mind, he did rather well.

I went into this fully expecting weird quirkiness, maybe little bit of creepy Gothicness, but I found most of the stories to be very twisted darkly so, which I end up enjoying anyways. There was a lot of sexual innuendo, more so than in his films, that did surprise me.

But I like it when I am surprised. OK, so let’s break it down, shall we? Staring Girl was downright creepy, brrr. Stain Boy and his power were hilarious.

It had a good beginning with these words he proposed in the dunes, they wed by the sea and a good, righteous end. Stain Boy l, haha. The Girl Who Turned into a Bed, well! Roy the Toxic Boy, how ironic. James, my personal favorite but made me said Whattt muuerte.