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They must face Davis, an iron-fisted and murderous supervisor; there’s at least one turncoat, willing to inform on their fellow workers; and, there are passions on all sides, including one between Fernando, a leader of the miners, and Virginia, the godchild of the mine’s owners.

Lillo was able to observe similar conditions in the Chilean mines and set out to improve the conditions of the workers by dramatizing their plight. The narrator, for one, seems to think that Juan has done the men a public service of sorts—that he has even liberated them from a form of indentured servitude.

Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Sign in with Facebook Other Sign in options. Here he moves beyond the sober style associated with strictly naturalist prose of Zola, who conceived of literature in terms of scientific experimentation and more or less straight-forward denunciation.

El Chiflón del Diablo

There are no comments for this Glog. Twentieth-Century Spanish American Fiction. The factual details sketched out by Lillo in his presentation of an accurate and believable mining environment are just as somber: This page was last edited chifoon 27 Augustat Vanderbilt University Press, As in Germinal, here too the social content of the story is clear, even if the pos- sibility of strike or rebellion seems superfluous in the Chilean context.


According to author and critic En- rique Anderson Imbertit is from Zola that Lillo learned to relate and denounce at the pillo time Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. And the enourmous quantity of collapses that killed so many miners, that made the miners themselves say that the Devil itself was in those mines.

Login to comment on this Glog. The mine itself can be visited in a tour. A Cab for Three Vicente Soler loves women and they are his weakness.

Then her muscles relaxed, her arms fell to her side and she stood motionless as if hit by a lightning bolt. The struggle of his victims, to be able to reveal the truth and look for justice. Republished in Englekirk, John et. The problem there is in the script, is simple and predictable, and that does not manage to take to the people to the magic travel of every film.

Although Zola makes reference to an unnamed horse or horses on a number of occasions e. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

I suggest that some of the lack of interest in Lillo may in fact be due to the interpretive pigeon-holing that has labelled him a naturalist. Here Lillo pursues the color black with singular purpose much as other Modernist authors pursued the transcendent meaning of other colors Cuentos de colores by M.


El Chiflon Del Diablo (Spanish, Book)

Stuart Elden and Gerald Moore. Because she is pregnant, The excerpt below are the closing paragraphs of Lillo’s short story about a miner who loses his dep in an accident.

There are no discussion topics on this book yet. One such scene in Germinal whose dramatic and social potential Zola has left unexploited concerns an evocative narration of the death and subsequent lifting of the horse Trumpet to the surface in one of the cages of Le Voreux.

Although there is a tendency to discuss Latin Amer- ican modernism as a literary aesthetic first and foremost,5 it is killo ac- curate to say that it was itself a unique fusion of literary precepts and overtly political and engaged social critique.

The story narrates two days in the life of a presumably typical miner who goes by the nickname Cabeza de Cobre on account of his reddish-hair.

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Revista Chilena de Literatura 31 Caution is certainly in order: One could certainly argue that because the modernist element of the story is restricted to a dream sequence the story itself remains naturalist through and through—that the dream merely drives home the incontrovertible truth of social determinism. Download a new plug-inif your system is not playing correctly.

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