The Question and Answer section for Pedro Paramo is a great resource to ask questions, find answers, and discuss the novel.
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The novel is full of implicit criticism of a world that oppresses women. Pedro Páramo and his son Miguel see women as objects (the former for their tactical value, the latter for their sexual value). Women have little agency in their own lives or...
Comala is described as a "sorry-looking place" that has gone through hard times. The buildings are run down and unkempt, the streets seem deserted. The town our narrator enters is nothing like the one he'd heard about in his mother's stories.