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  1. An outstanding collection of snippets, ever literary and uniquely blissfully Mexican These stories are timeless And it is precisely that quality, that of timelessness, which best describes the setting which pervades throughout these incendiary vignettes The best are short enough to be parables We re Very Poor heart wrenching , The burning plain epic a.k.a where Cormack McCarthy got his prose Anacleto Morones the anti 8 1 2 were my favorites The leitmotifs are beautiful An outstanding collection of snippets, ever literary and uniquely blissfully Mexican These stories are timeless And it is precisely that quality, that of timelessness, which best describes the setting which pervades throughout these incendiary vignettes The best are short enough to be parables We re Very Poor heart wrenching , The ...

  2. Staggering, bleak page turners that leave you wanting stories,Rulfo Each story is complete nothing left wanting and nothing extraneous.Imagine stories told by a character from one of Cormac McCarthy s southwestern novels Imagine that character retelling a story by Flannery O Connor e.g., A Good Man Is Hard to Find I almost almost suggested imagine a dictionary less Cormac McCarthy doing Flannery O Connor, but I knew what the perverse among you would make of that It doesn Staggering, bleak page turners that leave you wanting stories,Rulfo Each story is complete nothing left wanting and nothing extraneous.Imagine stories told by a character from one of Cormac McCarthy s southwestern novels Imagine that...

  3. Holding the spine of the book in the palm of my hand, having read Rulfo s great novel Pedro P ramo , I felt the sear of my skin before opening the front cover This short story collection s primal bleakness, savagery, rumbled within Hazemat gear in toe I pried open the book and stood back My hand burnt, cracked the pain oozing upward, outward, I stared at the sparse simple prose A style any writer might be proud of to cover many examples of a staid story line An aesthetic which yearns to be Holding the spine of the book in the palm of my hand, h...

  4. F k me this is good As good as Pedro Paramo Rulfo is a master, the equal of anyone anywhere anytime These stories are so elemental they are as if hewn from stone The opener, Macario , is a mini miracle a monologue by an idiot child so convincing we forget it is fiction, forget we are reading almost And so it is with every story her...

  5. Perfection Polished, clear and precise Now I wish I could read them in the original

  6. Truly beautiful prose The plots in themselves are ok, overall a pleasant read

  7. We don t say what we are thinking We lost the will to speak a while back We lost it because of the heat You would be happy to talk elsewhere, but it is hard here You talk here and the words become hot in your mouth from the outside heat, and they dry on your tongue until the breath is gone. 2 After having greatly appreciated Rulfo s novel Pedro P ramo, I decided to read his other major work, the short stories collected in The Plain in Flames, which took me surprisingly long to finish all We don t say what we are thinking We lost the will to speak a while back We lost it because of the heat You would be happy to talk elsewhere, but it is hard here You talk here and the words become h...

  8. An awesome book A series of related short stories from Mexico s turbulent revolutionary past But the magic of the book is perhaps not the events of the stories themselves, as poignant and relevant as they are, ranging from childhood to nuns to livestock rustling What I really enjoyed is the evocative language, the descriptions of people and places that make them come alive, and place the reader in that time and space The gritty violence and desperate poverty that made up everyday life in a An awesome book A series of related short stories from Mexico s turbulent revolutionary past But the magic of the book is perhaps not the events of the stories themselves, as poignant and relevant as they are, ranging from childhood to nuns to livestock rustling What I really enjoyed is the evocative language, the descriptions of people and...

  9. A collection of searing tales from the wilds of early 20th century Mexico This reminded me somewhat of Horacio Quiroga, in its focus on desperate and impoverished men on the edges of society, and its fascination with the brutality of the natural world I quite enjoyed it, I ve got another...

  10. It reads like a book of fables with no clear moral, except an uncompromising look at the solitude, uncertainty and the infinite weight of fate in early 20th century Mexico It has many fun and lighthearted moments, mixed as it happens in life with really sad and frustrating ones If you can read it in spanish, do Half of it s value resides in the language the characters use Simultaneously authentic and poetic Lo sent como un libro de f bulas sin moraleja clara nicamente una mirada despia It reads like a book of fables with no clear moral, except an uncompromising look at t...