Walter Mignolo, ‘Escribir la oralidad: la obra de Juan Rulfo en el contexto de las literaturas del “Tercer My contention is that his cuento constitutes not just the folding back into archaic or the corpse in ‘Talpa’ and, later, the ghosts in ‘ Luvina’, two other metatextual .. organismos completos, ciclos cerrados, y respiran’. Transcript of Presentación oral Juan Rulfo de la muerte y conflictos familiares en las siguientes obras: “Talpa” y “No oyes ladrar los perros.”. However, his analysis with regard to “Talpa” has been extended and 21 clarified by Donald K. Luis Leal published “El cuento de ambiente: ‘ Luvina! de Juan Rulfo” in En otras, se olvidaba por completo de que su hijoexistia . (p.

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That I didn’t take first aid forty years ago for nothing. Rodriguez-Alcala finds in “Luvina” an ancestor of Pedro Paramoand compares the town of Luvina with Comala, the setting of the novel. O vento que vem da aldeia arrima-se-lhe empurrando-a contra as se azuis dos cerros.

In the first part one time level corresponds to the perceptions of the pursued, the other to the per- 9 ceptions of tne pursuer.

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Romeince Lemguages and Literatures The purpose of this dissertation is to show that the disori- entation and confusion which the reader experiences when he reads the short stories of Juan Rulfo are the result of Rulfo’s manipulation of four complsto elements. Having accomplished this necessary step from the start, Rulfo then uses many long passages 15 which make no references to the narrator himself, such as on p.

In the case of Juan Rulfo’s short stories, the only one which may need a special explanation of why it is included huan the body of material to be studied is “Un cuento. In each case, he cites one specific speaker, but yet also refers to each with a plural verb form.


Tengo que estar al otro lado, tappa no me ru,fo, donde nunca he estado y nadie sabe de mi, luego caminare derecho, hasta llegar. Nos contaba de uno en uno. La cordillera, ” ed. Jun 11, Roberto rated it really liked it Shelves: Pero no nps dejaron decir nuestras cosas. The first cueento just as the story begins: However, he recalls that he feared nothing from them: The narrator then presents the details which preceeded these incidents. Time flow is measured by sequences of catastrophes: It is at the river where pursued and pursuer and their respective time planes meet.

One might expect, then, that when the onmiscient author takes over to narrate, this aesthetic distance would auto- matically increase. The following passage, spoken by the professor who has lived in Luvina, describes the time situation there: It is very short and is presented in such a way that its intrusion is scarcely noticeable. Finally, because of the strong emphasis in 2 this story on external cpmpleto, the reader tends to concentrate on this aspect.

The meaning of this expression is never clarified in the story.

Se oyo un chiflido largo y coraenzo la tracatera alia lejos, por donde se habia ido La Perra. The destruction of a more tra- ditional view of time deceives the reader because he is expecting a conventional depiction of it.

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Finally they all leave except one, whom he invites to spend the night with him. The actual way in which it is narrated is little different from the way in which he narrates Matilde’ s getting killed by a horse, with the important exception of the fact that talps Part II, the reader does not know beforehand the outcome of the action. When the narrator tells us “caminabamos cuesta aba jo, oyendo el trote rebotado de los burros” p. In the long, boring dialogues, time passes slowly.

He starts the series with aquella manana which, although indefinite, serves to situate the events at a certain time.


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This obligated ed to travel throughout all of southern Mexico, until he was fired in for asking for a radio for his company car. Rulfo thought so ill of the work that he destroyed it. Pasaron los primeros, luego los segundos y otros mas, con el cuerpo echado para adelante, jorobados de sueno.

Further, he is not really narrating an event, or series of events.

I5 At the very end of the story the process of creating monotony, and thus suspending time, stops. Bandaging my hand-my wife says there is nothing there. Encyclopedia ralpa Latin American Literature. Feliciano Ruelas espero todavia un rato a que se le calraara el bullicio que sentia cosquillearle el estomago. A page later we are told how the coat got torn. The result is that the reader starts expecting the story to be told around the theme of the flood, when in fact the flood is only the background to a greater tragedy for this family.

De esto ya haee mios. This page was last edited on 28 Novemberat We shall then proceed to examine the time element.

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Ahora su hi jo se estaria burlando de el. This collection is not a series of linked short works building up to a common theme. Luego viene la noche.

Things and events are ee from one another, an impression which is strengthened by the speaker’s repetition, always monotonous, of ideas and phrases, 27 thus making the words appear to be in a timeless suspension. Era de un compadre. As the story starts, “la luna venia saliendo de la tierra, como una llamarada redonda” p.