21stCentury Literature fromthe Philippines and theWorldQUARTER 2 – Module 3 Representative Texts and Authors from LatinAmericaSENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
Senior High SchoolDivision of BoholDepartment of Education • Republic of the Philippines21stCentury Literature from the Philippines and the World – Grade 11/12Alternative Delivery Mode Quarter 2 – Module 3: Representative Texts and Authors from Latin AmericaFirst Edition 2020 Republic Act 8293, section 176states that no copyright shall subsist inany work of the Government of the Philippines. However, prior approval of thegovernment agency or office wherein the work is created shall be necessary forexploitation of such work for profit. Such agency or office may, among other things,impose as a condition, payment of royalties. Borrowed materials included in this module are owned by the respectivecopyright holders. Effort has been exerted to locate and seek permission to usethese materials from the respective copyright owners. The publisher and author donot represent nor claim ownership over them.Published by the Department of Education Division of Bohol (for classroom use): Development Team of the ModuleWriters: LAMBUS, REY MARVIN H.DUNGOG, JOHN CELO M.LIM, ANNABELLE V.OLIVAR, NIEZA BLEZELLE S.ROLLORATA, SCARLET A.SECUSANA, JASMIN C.Editors: LAMBUS, REY MARVIN H.DUNGOG, JOHN CELO M.ROLLORATA, SCARLET A.Layout Artist: CAGOL, GOLDA M.Technical Working Group (TWG): CORSIGA, MARITES B.Education Program Supervisor (EPS): VILLALON, PABLITO D.Printed in the Philippines by _____________________________Department of Education – Division of BoholOffice Address: ______________________________________Telefax: ______________________________________
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INTRODUCTORY MESSAGEWorld literature, a market that must be sustained as the circulation ofliterature, is somehow still experiencing some challenges and debates such as theconsiderations to be taken note of when letting a work be included as worldliterature and of course, regarding the issue of translation. The challenges oncirculation, however, are not as grave as the recent years. Today in the 21stcentury,because of technology and freedom of expression, as well as our growing need forinformation, we continue to accelerate world literature as more and more peoplecontribute to it.