Author

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Juan Rulfo

Mexican writer

1917   -   1986

country of citizenship: Mexico
language of expression: Spanish
occupation: writer, screenwriter, photographer, Nintendo GameCube
award received: Xavier Villaurrutia Award, National Prize for Arts and Sciences, Alfaguara Prize, Prince of Asturias Literary Prize
influenced by: William Faulkner
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Juan Nepomuceno Carlos Pérez Rulfo Vizcaíno, best known as Juan Rulfo (Spanish: [ˈxwan ˈrulfo] audio ; 16 May 1917 – 7 January 1986), was a Mexican writer, screenwriter and photographer. He is best known for two literary works, El Llano en llamas (1953), a collection of short stories, and the 1955 novel Pedro Páramo. Fifteen of the seventeen short stories in El Llano en llamas have been translated into English and published as The Burning Plain and Other Stories. This collection includes the popular tale "¡Diles que no me maten!" ("Tell Them Not to Kill Me!").
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works

6

El Llano en llamas

collection of short stories by Mexican author Juan Rulfo

author: Juan Rulfo

1953

Pedro Páramo

novel by Juan Rulfo

author: Juan Rulfo

1955

El gallo de oro

novel by Juan Rulfo

author: Juan Rulfo

1980

Relatos

author: Juan Rulfo

Le Llano en flammes

author: Juan Rulfo

Pedro Páramo

author: Juan Rulfo

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