bird of night

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But since the yellow bitch is a sort of thread running through the whole of The Obscene Bird of Night, I'm not too sure that it was not that skinny, scruffy, hateful beast that determined, right from the start, what my voice would be while spending all those eight years writing it.
Those who have read The Obscene Bird of Night know just how short and how simple this fable is.
The universe, then, defined by the "real" Rinconada was divided into two: the "outside" and the "inside," which is, again, a motif that runs through not only The Obscene Bird of Night, but through all of my books.
This episode was, perhaps, the turning point in the writing of The Obscene Bird of Night.
The juxtaposition between the different characters' views and their relationship to self and power, or their perception of their power, is also connected to themes in The Obscene Bird of Night.
It was followed by Este domingo (1966; translated as This Sunday, 1967), El lugar sin limites (1966; translated as Hell Has No Limits, 1972), and El obsceno pajaro de las noche (1970; translated as The Obscene Bird of Night, 1973), all of which delve into aspects of the decay and corruption of Chilean society.