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Transcript of Pedro Paramo
Death in the Mexican culture
Juan Rulfo's experience with Culture
Culture of Mexico
By Sabrina Rizkalla, Riley Carlson, Sierra Scott, Jennifer Le, and Katelyn Menninger
Purgatory as a Means of Displaying Morally-Incorrect Norms
Photography by Juan Rulfo
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