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Comprensin - "La noche boca arriba"


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1. What is "la guerra florida"?


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2. According to Cortzar and Todorov, what is "lo fantstico"?


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Select from Cortzar's writing style characteristics below the one that best matches the definition.

3. Personajes, objetos o situaciones que funcionan como pasajes entre dos mundos o realidades.
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A. Sueo y despertar

B. Extraeza

C. Puentes

D. Dualidad del ser

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4. Los protagonistas no son uniformes. Tienen doble o multiple personalidad.


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A. Laberinto

B. Sinestesia

C. Extraeza

D. Dualidad del ser

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5. Cuando lo cotidiano parece extrao.


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A. Exposicin

B. Extraeza

C. Clmax

D. Puentes

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6. Ignorar estar dormido o despierto.


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A. Roncar

B. Utopa

C. Sueo y despertar

D. Distopa

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7. Explain in your own words why the epigraph at the beginning of the story is important.
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8. In two sentences, what is your interpretation of the title of the story?


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