And the Earth Did Not Devour Him Characters

Tomás Rivera
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The Narrator

Like many of the characters, the main character is never named. What the reader knows about him is learned through his interaction with other characters. He seems to be a young boy of Mexican descent. Since he is not named, he is referred to as “The Narrator” throughout this guide. He typically attends school as much as possible, though he does so because his parents insist on it. He is routinely subjected to prejudice and hates it, but he is also ashamed when he is expelled from school for fighting. He has a strong sense of what’s right and wrong as is seen in his reaction to his time spent with Dona Bonafacia and Don Hilario. When they send him to steal a bag of flour, he refuses. He is ridiculed for his decision. He also has a strong realization that he is at the mercy...

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