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Contemporary Latin American Narrative. In Latin America, the narrative begins to grow in the nineteenth century and s consolidated with the arrival of modernism and realism realist novelists imported from Europe.The focus their stories to the difficult living conditions of Latin American republics, with 1 purpose Featured testimonial and are critico.Los + Mariano Azuela (those AbjO), Romulo Gallegos (Dona Barbara), Ricardo Güiraldes (Don Segundo Sombra) and Eutasio Jose Rivera (The vorágire). q realistic novels deal with the oppression and prostration of Indians are indigenous origin in the q stands Jorge Icaza (Huasipungo) and Ciro Alegria (the world is wide and strange).
since 1940, the Hispanic novels and stories welcome new themes and narratives q test new techniques of realism displace rigorous tradicional.Realizan 1 treatment of language and estilo.El result is a model of narrative recreates q 1 world where merge fantastico.La reality and the current sta q gives rise to narrative and magic realism is called into it we found Miguel Angel Asturias with Mr. President and with Pedro Paramo Juan Rulfo, among others.
The language and style of these narrators tend to simplicity at a building and the baroque language in otras.Con seeking new opportunities ste expresiva.A Ernesto Sabato period belongs to the tunnel k explores in his novels to be psychic mechanisms of humanity, his vision is very pessimistic world dl, Julio Cortazar (Hopscotch) q in literature k kiere make visible what the world is illogical, Gabriel Garcia Marquez (Chronicle of a Death Foretold) and Mario Vargas Llosa (The Green House). Besides those mentioned, include Carlos Fuentes, Jose Lezea Lima and Guillermo Cabrera Infante, among others.

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