The reviewer also noted that Rulfo. In his introduction to the Texas edition, translator George D. Schade describes some of the stories as long sustained interior monologues "Macario", "We're very poor", "Talpa", "Remember" , while in other stories that may have otherwise been essentially monologues dialogues are inserted "Luvina", "They have Given Us the Land" and ""Anacleto Morones". The short stories in El llano en llamas are set in the harsh countryside of the Jalisco region where Rulfo was raised. They explore the tragic lives of the area's inhabitants, who suffer from extreme poverty, family discord, and crime.
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Source: Neophilologus. Apr, Vol. Author s : Popovic Karic, Pol. The verbal clarity and accessibility as well as the notion of doubt that were studied by the French philosopher are implemented in this story.
Contrasting aspects of the Cartesian clarity and doubt develop a discursive and thematic relation in the narrative piece. The importance that Descartes confers to social customs and norms are found in the plot and the background of the story that takes place in the sociopolitical context of a Mexican town during the first half of the twentieth century.
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El cartesianismo en 'El día del derrumbe' de Juan Rulfo.
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