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Reading and Writing in Digital Contexts. Leitura e produção textual em contextos digitais
Curated by Luciana Viter
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Pop Division: Mimimi, boa literatura nacional, best-sellers idiotas.

ara, esse povo que fica: mimimi, literatura comercial, os best-sellers dominando o mercado, nossa, olha só como a boa literatura é sufocada etc, etc. Cara, sempre existiu e sempre vai existir literatura comercial, best-sellers e coisa do tipo. Charles Dickens - que eu, pessoalmente, considero um dos melhores criadores de personagens da história, era comercial, criticado por ser "altamente sentimental" por contemporâneos dele. Charles Dickens, dear. Shakespeare também era o noveleiro da época dele, o teatro era mal visto então. Ele, Ben Jonson e Marlowe eram os bad boys. Jane Austen, chick-lit.

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How #Genre "Squeezes" The Life Out Of A Hybrid, Multi-Genre Text

How #Genre "Squeezes" The Life Out Of A Hybrid, Multi-Genre Text | Litteris | Scoop.it
Recent book reviews show book reviewers using genre specific conventions and expectations nonjudiciously for multi-genre, nonconventional texts. The overuse of the genre lens to judge hybrid, genre...
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El género textual, concepto clave para el aprendizaje de la lectura y de la escritura

Conferencia impartida en la Especialización en Proyectos de Lectura y Biblioteca Escolar - Castilla-La Mancha (España).


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jmanuelgarrido's comment, March 17, 2014 3:56 AM
Hola Kepa, te invito a ver también la que hicimos con Gemma Lluch. También genial.
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Sexismo e ficção científica • Momentum Saga •

É muito difícil tratar de sexismo na ficção científica. O material é produzido quase que exclusivamente por homens heterossexuais, para homens heterossexuais e existe pouca coisa fora do padrão. São poucos os exemplares de uma FC que não retrate o profundo sexismo da nossa sociedade que acaba sendo reproduzido à exaustão na mídia e nas artes.

 


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Genre Blend: Historical Fiction and Mysteries

Genre Blend: Historical Fiction and Mysteries | Litteris | Scoop.it
I am a huge fan of mysteries, especially during the summer! I love a good page-turner that keeps me guessing until the very last page. A great thing about mysteries are that they also work well when they are blended with other genres.  One of my newest favorite genre blends are historical fiction and mysteries!…

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BJ Neary's curator insight, June 25, 2015 8:52 PM

I love mysteries and historical fiction- Ripper was a great read and now I can add these others!

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The genre debate: 'Literary fiction' is just clever marketing

The genre debate: 'Literary fiction' is just clever marketing | Litteris | Scoop.it
In the third piece in a series on literary definitions, Elizabeth Edmondson argues that Jane Austen never imagined she was writing Literature. Posterity made that decision for her

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Nine Examples of Sub-Genres in Crime Fiction

Nine Examples of Sub-Genres in Crime Fiction | Litteris | Scoop.it
All crime fiction is based on the fact that there is a mystery to be solved. Usually, a crime has been committed and a murderer, a spy, or a thief must be caught. Crime fiction will always be...
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Genre Fiction and Digital Publishing: A Marriage Made in Heaven

Genre Fiction and Digital Publishing: A Marriage Made in Heaven | Litteris | Scoop.it

Along with the continuing growth of digital publishing (numbers for 2012 showed a 44.2% increase over 2011) has come, according to Wired.com, an increased focus on so-called “genre” fiction – sci-fi, fantasy, mystery and romance. Markets, which Graeme McMillan points out, “have traditionally lagged behind ‘literary fiction’ in terms of sales.” [Editor's Note: We disagree with this assertion. Romance, in particular has always had strong sales and often dominates the fiction market in real terms.]


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