Date of Award

2015-01-01

Degree Name

Master of Fine Arts

Department

Creative Writing

Advisor(s)

Luis A. Ramos

Abstract

This work is revision of what History means to us and how fiction is intermingled with it and with reality. By underscoring the definitions of knowledge, it questions what is it that we really know and, therefore, what we may call historical facts or data. The work points out at the interrelation and polarization of subjectivity and objectivity, orality and literacy to show that a historical fact for certain people or society, may not be such for another one. In that regard, what is called History in a certain group, may be called a lie in another one

Language

es

Provenance

Received from ProQuest

File Size

152 pages

File Format

application/pdf

Rights Holder

Hector Cisneros Vazquez

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