And the Earth Did Not Devour Him - A Silvery Night Summary & Analysis

Tomás Rivera
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Summary

In the first section of “A Silvery Night,” the Narrator is very curious about the Devil and plans to sneak out of the house at midnight. His curiosity began at an early age. He remembers seeing Don Reyos dressed as the Devil for a play, wearing a black metal mask. One day the Narrator loses one of his marbles under the house and when he goes to retrieve it he finds the costume there. It’s dusty and he shakes the dirt off before donning the mask. He remembers someone saying that it’s not a good idea to “fool around with the Devil.” Sometimes people who are afraid gather in groups to summon the Devil, thinking they won’t be as fearful if they are with others. The problem, according to the advice given to the Narrator, is that the Devil...

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