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SPAN 373-Guía de estudiar

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Guía de estudiar: SPAN 373 *modernismo (Sonatina-poema de Darío) *ensayo *narrativa *realismo *naturalismo: Basado en reproducir la realidad con una objetividad perfecta. Representa al ser humano sin albedrío, determinado por la herencia genética y el medio en que vive. Sus características incluyen el determinismo positivista, la sátira y denuncia social y la concepción que la literatura representa la vida para demonstrar que necesitan solucionar. Hay un tono pesimista y se enfoca en las pobres, como los indigentes, los alcohólicos y las prostitutas. Rechaza el idea del Romanticismo. *criollismo: Similar al movimiento de costumbrismo. Durante el fin del siglo XIX y el principio
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