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Spanish 25 Notes - Week 6

by: Elena Stacy

Spanish 25 Notes - Week 6 SPAN25

Elena Stacy
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These cover "No oyes ladrar los perros"
Reading and Analysis of Literary Texts
Katy Lambe
Class Notes
Spanish Literature
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Elena Stacy on Tuesday March 1, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to SPAN25 at University of California Berkeley taught by Katy Lambe in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 16 views. For similar materials see Reading and Analysis of Literary Texts in Spanish at University of California Berkeley.


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Date Created: 03/01/16
Spanish 25 Notes: Week 6  2/22  Enfoque: La trama de Cortazar  Autor: Argentino, siglo XX, mismo periodo de Pietri.  ‐    Parte del boom creativo de Latino America  ‐    El resto del mundo empieza a leer los autores de Latino America  o   ​ntes no tenían fama global  Historia – trama  Story – Plot  ‐    1.  Exposicion  o   Introduccion  ‐    2. El desarrollo  o   La acción empieza  ‐    3. El suspenso  o   ​umenta la tensión dramática  ‐    4. El punto decisivo  ‐    5. El climax  ‐    6. El desenlace  o   ​onclusión  “La noche boca arriba” – Cortazar  ‐    Hay un accidente de moto de un hombre y mujer  ‐    ​ay un sueño de estar en una selva  o   Sueño v realidad     2/26  Enfoque: Ambiente y dialogo en “No oyes ladrar los perros”  Trama:  ‐    ​stan viajando para encontrar doctor  ‐    ​l hijo está herido  ‐    Es noche  ‐    ​iajan por el campo  ‐    ​l viaje es difícil  Tono de dialogo:  ‐    Amargo  ‐    Critico  ‐    Tensión  ‐      Decepcionado  ∙    Conexión al ambiente del narrativo  Personajes:  ‐      ​u madre murió dando luz a otro hijo  ‐      El hijo es pare de un “gang”  ‐      El padre amaba mucho a la madre  ‐      ​l hijo no fue buen hijo a la mama  ‐      Ignacio queja demasiado  *el elemento discursivo que predomina dialogo​  Narrador:   ‐      ​uy minimal  ‐      Tercera persona  ‐      Describe al ambiente  ‐      El paso de tiempo  ‐      Características físicas de los personajes  Dialogo:  ‐      Aprendemos de la relación familiar (conflictos)  ‐      ​sted v tu  ‐      Obligación v simaptia  ‐      Personalidades  *simbolismo de la luna*    ‐ la luna sube con la acción y el desarrollo del cuento  *dialogo circular*    ‐ si llegan a Tonaya pero el dialogo y la relación entre los dos no se resuelva  “Gruesas gota, como lágrimas”:  ‐      ​uede ser de llorar  ‐      ​al vez es sangre y el hijo se murió  ¿Está vivo o muerto el hijo?   


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