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Latin AmericaViva Latino! Viva Latina!G-Fours2018-2019
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Characteristics of Latin AmericanLiteratureADD A FOOTER
ADD A FOOTERLatin American literature, the nationalliteratures of the Spanish-speaking countriesof the Western Hemisphere. Historically, italso includes the literary expression of thehighlydeveloped AmericanIndiancivilizationsconqueredbytheSpaniards. Over the years, Latin Americanliterature hasdevelopedarichandcomplex diversity ofthemes,forms,creative idioms, and styles. A concise surveyof its development is provided here. For ahistory of literature written in Portuguese in
Latin AmericanLiteratureIt consists of oral an written literature in several languages. Roseto particular prominence during the second half of the century,largely due to the internationally success of the style known as themagic realism.ADD A FOOTER
LatinAmericansLatin Americanliterature has a richhistory starting in thePre-Colombian periodand working all the wayup to modern day. Witheach period of LatinAmerican history, camea genre that dominatedthe field.ADD A FOOTER
History TimelineADD A FOOTERDEVELOPMENT OF LATIN LITERATUREPre-ColumbianLiteraturePrimarily oralaccounts ofmythologicaland religiousbeliefs.ColonialLiteratureAt times,colonialpracticesstirred livelydebates aboutethics.Writtenculture wasoften in thehands of thechurch.19thCenturyLiteratureAlso calledas the“Period offoundationalfictions”.Novels in theRomantic orNaturalisttraditions thatattempted toestablish asense ofnationalidentityModernismoPeriodA poeticmovementwhosefounding textwas theNicaraguanRubén Darío'sAzul (1888).

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