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  • LITERATURE FOR CHILDREN IN PERU

    Two seminal writers in the creation of children's literature in Peru are Francisco Izquierdo Ríos, the founder of Peruvian children's stories and Carlota Carvallo de Núñez. They both belong to the a post-Second World war generation and devoted themse...

        November, 25th 2011 (10:09 AM) |  2 Reviews  |  1486 Visits  |  9 Rates  | Tell a friend |  By BRUCE  

  • MODERNISM IN LITERATURE OF PERU

    The general crisis following the War of the Pacific gave rise to Modernism in Peru. Its best-known exponents were José Santos Chocano and José María Eguren.The Avant-garde movement was encouraged by the magazines Colónida and Amauta. Amauta was found...

        November, 19th 2011 (11:26 AM) |  1 Reviews  |  1375 Visits  |  7 Rates  | Tell a friend |  By BRUCE  

  • NEOCLASSICAL LITERATURE IN PERU

    The hegemony of Creole oligarchy in Peruvian society favored the abandonment of indigenous forms in favor of European ones. Particularly successful among these were the imitation of Petrarch and the use of Greek and Roman mythological allusions, as p...

        November, 17th 2011 (10:34 AM) |  0 Reviews  |  1303 Visits  |  0 Rates  | Tell a friend |  By BRUCE  

  • LITERATURE OF PERU'S DISCOVERY AND CONQUEST

    The Literature of Peru's discovery and conquest includes all works produced in the region during its discovery and conquest by Spain. It can also refer to literature produced roughly around this time. The period begins on November 15, 1532 in Cajamar...

        November, 9th 2011 (09:59 AM) |  0 Reviews  |  1552 Visits  |  0 Rates  | Tell a friend |  By BRUCE  

  • PREHISPANIC ORAL TRADITION IN PERU

    The artistic production of the pre-Hispanic period, especially art produced under the Incan Empire, is largely unknown. Literature produced in the central-Andean region of modern-day Ecuador, Perú, Bolivia and Chile, was transmitted orally, as there ...

        November, 8th 2011 (10:00 AM) |  0 Reviews  |  1435 Visits  |  0 Rates  | Tell a friend |  By BRUCE  

  • PERUVIAN LITERATURE

    The term Peruvian literature not only refers to literature produced in the independent Republic of Peru, but also to literature produced in the Viceroyalty of Peru during the country's colonial period, and to oral artistic forms created by diverse et...

        November, 7th 2011 (10:17 AM) |  0 Reviews  |  1812 Visits  |  0 Rates  | Tell a friend |  By BRUCE  

  • OTHER RELIGIONS

    Seventh-day AdventistsAdventist mission efforts in Peru began in the 1920There are currently 769,980 Seventh-day Adventist members in Peru split into 2 conferences, according to the church website. This would represent 2.6% of the current population....

        October, 28th 2011 (10:58 AM) |  0 Reviews  |  931 Visits  |  0 Rates  | Tell a friend |  By BRUCE  

  • RELIGIONS

    The Peruvian government is closely allied with the Catholic Church. Article 50 of the Constitution recognizes the Catholic Church's role as "an important element in the historical, cultural, and moral development of the nation." Catholic clergy and l...

        October, 27th 2011 (10:41 AM) |  0 Reviews  |  939 Visits  |  0 Rates  | Tell a friend |  By BRUCE  

  • LANGUAGES

    Spanish, the first language of 83.9% of Peruvians aged five and older in 2007, is the primary language of the country. It coexists with several indigenous languages, the most common of which is Quechua, spoken by 13.2% of the population. Other native...

        October, 26th 2011 (11:03 AM) |  0 Reviews  |  981 Visits  |  0 Rates  | Tell a friend |  By BRUCE  

  • IMMIGRATION AFTER INDEPENDENCE

    After independence, there has been a gradual European immigration from England, France, Germany, Italy, Austria, Croatia and Spain.Polynesians also came to the country lured to work in the Guano islands during the boom years of this commodity around ...

        October, 25th 2011 (11:35 AM) |  0 Reviews  |  1015 Visits  |  0 Rates  | Tell a friend |  By BRUCE  

 
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