We reflect on the concept of the Latin American chronicle from the understanding that to build it, testimonial is not enough, but that additional criteria must be taken into account from the theories of narration, literature, social psychology, anthropology symbolic and ethnography. To this are added the contributions of the journalistic-literary tendencies of the North American style, which, in turn, were nourished by the approaches of the nineteenth-century European realist novel. The result is a concept in which the chronicle is located as a genre of a creative and narrative nature, with a particular voice and tone of marked literary influence, with which the reality that is recreated -be it character, place, situation or event-, both from factors of typical interest from journalism, as from the meaningful everyday life.
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Published on 10/07/19Submitted on 10/07/19
DOI: 10.24265/cian.2019.n9.07Licence: Other
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