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Towards an accessible practice: the Latin American Chronic during the foreguards

Articles

<10.4000/america.1487>
KeywordsTriple Keywords
Films
Feature films--History and criticism
Motion pictures
Moving-pictures
Cinema
Movies
Popular arts
Pop culture
Mass culture
Popular culture
Culture, Popular
Concepts
Concept formation
Novellas (Short novels)
Stories
Metafiction
Fiction
Novels
Fiction--Philosophy
Graphemic analysis
Graphemics

Abstract

During the 1920s in Latin America, at a time when early movements and new technologies (radio, cinema) were gradually changing the design of everyday life, the chronic change of literary and social function. Unlike modernists (Martí, Gutiérrez Nájera, Darío), the chronists of this time (such as Roberto Arlt, Salvador Novo) are close to popular culture. Thus, they imagine, through a rhetoric of accessibility, democratic and horizontal writing and daily reading.

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