And the Earth Did Not Devour Him Setting

Tomás Rivera
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The Home of Dona Bonafacia and Don Hilario

This is where the Narrator stays for a period of time in order to finish the school year. He is miserable here and talks about the unsanitary conditions of the house and its occupants. The house is cluttered with all kinds of things, and a man’s body is buried in the yard.

The Chicken Shacks

The chicken shacks are a group of houses where the Narrator and his family live alongside other migrant farm workers. The shacks are primitive, and the Narrator convinces his father to leave the door open one night to combat the heat. Actually, the Narrator asks so that he can sneak out at midnight. The houses are not described in great detail, but the Narrator says they are so close together that he can sense when the occupants of other houses begin to fall asleep.

Korea

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