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Shakalrajas Caudillismo raam remained, in some shape, into the 20 th century, in spite of attempts at other governmental forms Gallegos is an example here—I guess he was one of the writer-politicians who did not perpetuate the bad establishment in the end. Three of his seminal works are Transculturacion narrativa en America LatinaLa ciudad letrada and Las mascaras democraticas del modernismo. Writers abounded, but they only wrote to one another, and so they were stilted rather than innovative. The cities of Europe could not have utopian re-modeling applied to them because of their well-established ways. Not quite everyone deserved education, not quite everyone could go far if they tried.

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Am una totalidad. The cities of Europe could not have utopian re-modeling applied to them because of their well-established ways. So, the letrados used these utopian models which were predicated on the idea that mankind could be made perfect through the application of reason to build colonial cities.

They were often geometric, although circles were sometimes used. Am is the periphery of the periphery. Because so few people could read and write, it was possible to convert the written word into something mythical. The written word was valued above the spoken word which we definitely see in this day and age. Universities were established and focused on much more than public education because it facilitated the exclusivity of the letrado group, rather than enlarging it.

Writers abounded, but they only wrote to one another, and so they were stilted rather than innovative. Also, bureaucracy became entrenched as part of the letrado group. The demands of a vast colonial administration 2. The demands of evangelization transculturation of the multitudinous indigenous pop. Am today. Made up of a restricted, drastically urban group. The peninsular way of speaking was privileged over the way that the working-class people began to speak Spanish.

There was an abundance of letters that were sent during this time period: not only was it necessary, to try and ensure that a letter would arrive, it also gave an authority. However, with graffiti as the example, writing can exist outside of the lettered establishment and often criticizes it.

Lizardi Periquillo sarniento is given as an example of one who stepped outside of the lettered establishment by writing in Spanish instead of Latin. However, the lettered establishment lives on because of its ability to adapt to different circumstances. Intellectuals in the city gained prestige. Myths created in the countryside were spread in the cities as people migrated to them. The figures of messiah and rebel became very popular and revered.

Costumbrista and realista writing spread in attempts to document all aspects of culture. National literatures and language academies were created to provide written examples of nationality. First oral traditions and then, as cities were modernized in the early 20th century, urban histories were used as signs that legitimated what was currently being done by the lettered establishment.

So, in order to document what things were like before the onset of modernity, people wrote books like Tradiciones peruanas by Ricardo Palma. However, this simply retained a particular view of the past, one which the lettered establishment wove into the national memory. Newspapers often are funded by the governments that they are supposed to keep tabs on—governments that are often repressive.

Ergo many authors that worked as journalists had to deal with heavy censorship or navigate around that censorship. The caudillismo of the 19th century had not died out but rather evolved and taken on a new shape, bringing the lettered city with it remaining as a center of learning.

Cuba is another example. Nationalism became very popular, in spite of its drawbacks. Not quite everyone deserved education, not quite everyone could go far if they tried. This nationalism kept power in the hands of a few, the current descendents of letrados from the past. Cultural regeneration is not found in the conservation attitude of the city, but rather in the vitality of the marginal folk cultures.

Writers were able to sustain themselves solely with their writing—they became professional writers. Letrados remain important as the people able to use language to express the ideas of revolution.

Book ends abruptly, reflecting its unfinished state.

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Am una totalidad. The cities of Europe could not have utopian re-modeling applied to them because of their well-established ways. So, the letrados used these utopian models which were predicated on the idea that mankind could be made perfect through the application of reason to build colonial cities. They were often geometric, although circles were sometimes used. Am is the periphery of the periphery. Because so few people could read and write, it was possible to convert the written word into something mythical. The written word was valued above the spoken word which we definitely see in this day and age.

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La ciudad letrada

Me refiero a su esfuerzo por captar su estructura y mecnica espacial, la dialctica espacial que pone en movimiento los procesos culturales, y cuyo anlisis es obligatorio a la hora de visualizar, comprender y transformar dicho proceso. A tales efectos me voy a centrar, principalmente, en la base terica y conceptual sobre la que descansan sus dos ltimos libros: Transculturacin narrativa en Amrica Latina y La ciudad letrada En el primero, Rama construye un aparato conceptual mediante el cual dar cuenta de la produccin literaria, atendiendo a procesos que ocurren a escala interregional y transnacional, aun si mediados por la ciudad. En el segundo, Rama se adentra en las ciudades latinoamericanas para ahondar en el papel transculturador de las culturas urbanas, y en particular, para descubrir el mapa y la mecnica de la escena pblica, los lugares e instituciones que organizan la vida cultural, y el diverso papel que han jugado sus actores culturales principales, los letrados: desde los primeros escribanos y cronistas de Indias, hasta "los escritores y la crtica que vive en la calle, en los diarios, en el mundo de las comunicaciones" , pasando por la generacin de los fundadores de la escuela obligatoria, los dspotas ilustrados, los modernistas, los claustros universitarios, o la generacin crtica.

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