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Si la historia es el espejo donde las generaciones por venir han de contemplar la imagen de las generaciones que fueron, la novela tiene que ser la fotografia que estereotipe los vicios y las virtudes de un pueblo, con la consiguiente moraleja correctiva para aquellos y el homenaje de admiracion para estas. Es tal, por esto, la importancia de la novela de costumbres, que, en sus hojas contienen muchas veces el secreto de la reforma de algunos tipos, cuando no su extincion. En los paises en que, como el nuestro la Literatura se halla en su cuna, tiene la novela que ejercer mayor influjo en la morigeracion de las costumbres, y, por lo tanto, cuando se presenta una obra con tendencias levantadas a regiones superiores a aquellas en que nace y vive la novela cuya trama es puramente amorosa o recreativa, bien puede implorar la atencion de su publico para que extendiendole la mano la entregue al pueblo. Clorinda Matto de Turner Convert currency.

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But life is not, of course, a novel. And when characters within a novel are made to protest otherwise, rather than heightening the realism of the events depicted, such claims instead undercut it by reminding us that it is, after all, a literary construction that we hold in our hands.

The fact that the book needs to tell us that life can assume the shape of a novel is a sure sign that somehow it is failing to show us convincingly that the tale it tells is lifelike.

Here, indeed, it is as though Matto de Turner were trying to prepare us for the hardly plausible plot twist with which her book ends. The would-be newly-weds are brother and sister! After all, novels end even if life has to go on. For novels customarily end with some kind of resolution: a birth, a death, or a wedding, for instance.

By refusing such a tidy ending, by ensuring through the scarcely believable device of making her young lovers siblings that there will be no marriage here, Matto de Turner is perhaps highlighting the artificiality of the novel form. Heaven can wait, as the glimpse of the throne of Glory is snatched away. Pingback: The Andean Novel Posthegemony. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account. You are commenting using your Twitter account.

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But life is not, of course, a novel. And when characters within a novel are made to protest otherwise, rather than heightening the realism of the events depicted, such claims instead undercut it by reminding us that it is, after all, a literary construction that we hold in our hands. The fact that the book needs to tell us that life can assume the shape of a novel is a sure sign that somehow it is failing to show us convincingly that the tale it tells is lifelike. Here, indeed, it is as though Matto de Turner were trying to prepare us for the hardly plausible plot twist with which her book ends. The would-be newly-weds are brother and sister! After all, novels end even if life has to go on. For novels customarily end with some kind of resolution: a birth, a death, or a wedding, for instance.

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