Convergencia de la narrativa y la tecnologia en la literatura latinoamericana contemporanea
Sanchez Velasquez, Daniel Enrique
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The convergence of narrative and information technologies in Latin American literature is a relatively new phenomenon. It is the intention of this thesis to outline the literary theory behind the works examined here, elaborate a brief analysis of the convergence where it is examined the preponderance of the narrative as a craft and the technology as a format, and ultimately part of the craft. Eight different writers are studied, from several countries in South America. Every single one of them utilizes technologies at different levels of complexity, creating different proposals. Finally, a number of conclusions are listed, which will help enlighten the current situation of this convergence, posing evolving cycles at literary, technological and human levels.