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radia # 741 Tell them not to kill me und DIE ZWEITE HÄLFTE

two shows by tea fm

radia # 741. Tell them not to kill me. A mexican tale by Juan Rulfo. TEA FM Radio School.

Juan Rulfo,is a Mexican writer who is
considered one of the finest novelists and short-story creators in 20th-century
Latin America, though his production—consisting essentially of two books—was
very small.

Juan Rulfo, in full Juan Nepomuceno Carlos Pérez Rulfo Vizcaíno, was born May 16, 1917, Acapulco, Mexico and died January 7, 1986, Mexico City.


Because of
the themes of his fiction, he is often seen as the last of the novelists of the
Mexican Revolution. He had enormous impact on those Latin American authors,
including Gabriel García Márquez, who practiced what has come to be known as
magic realism, but he did not theorize about it.

Rulfo was an
avowed follower of the American novelist William Faulkner.

As a child
growing up in the rural countryside, Rulfo witnessed the latter part (1926–29)
of the violent Cristero rebellion in western Mexico. His family of prosperous
landowners lost a considerable fortune. When they moved to Mexico City, Rulfo
worked for a rubber company and as a film scriptwriter. Many of the short
stories that were later published in El
llano en llamas (1953; The Burning Plain) first appeared in the review Pan;
they depict the violence of the rural environment and the moral stagnation of
its people.

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radia # 574 travel sounds

Cuando viajas, un mundo de sonidos, ambientes y voces crece y evoluciona a tu alrededor. Es un buen ejercicio prestar atención a ese universo sonoro para descubrir aquellos detalles escindidos tras una voz de niño, una llamada de aviso o un motor lejano.

When you make a journey, a world of sounds, voices environments grows and evolves around you. It is a good exercise to pay attention to the sound universe around you to discover those details split after a child’s voice, a call warning or a distant motor.
A sound work from Chuse Fernandez with sound captures from Aragon, Spain and Colombia.