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Posted January 17, 2002
Cela recreates with full harshness the peasant primitivism in a hostile enviroment, with its ever-present cruelty and primal passions, in which there is no place for nuances or irony. The violence coming from the instincts points to those lives without an horizon, glued to the earth and submitted to the movements of randomness. The exercise of freedom is thinned under the tragic circumstance's pressure which seem to exempt from culpability. It will be the conscience that will judge if cruelty and barbarism can be justified.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.