By Juan Rulfo
El Llano en llamas es considerado un clásico dentro de los angeles literatura mexicana contemporánea. Contiene los 17 cuentos breves más hermosos que se han escrito sobre el sur del estado de Jalisco; en ellos l. a. riqueza imaginativa de los personajes de esa región del país va de los angeles mano con l. a. belleza literaria.
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It's a dance of love and hate, of death, and maybe rebirth, pitting civilization against nature, with both partners disagreeing about who assumes which role. They have focused so long on disagreement that neither has noticed how much they have come to resemble each other and how well suited they both are to either role. 1 The residents of Utopia no doubt live in harmony with their neighbors. Unfortunately, this has not been true of the people of this planet. The history of humanity is one long tale of conflict, particularly with one's neighbors.
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