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Orphanhood. Self-made Children in Contemporary Short Stories

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Karla Campos

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Transcript of Orphanhood. Self-made Children in Contemporary Short Stories

Valparaíso, Chile
2013 Examen para optar al
Grado de Licenciado en Educación
y al Título de Profesor de Inglés ORPHANHOOD:

Macarena González Mora
Alejandra Gutiérrez Valdebenito
Francisco Serey López

Profesor Guía: Elisa Castro Polanco, M.A. MAIN
Stories Aesthetics
Theory Orphanhood Teaching
Role Isolation FOREWORD "Literature is the thought of thinking souls." Thomas Carlyle Why
Stories? Why kids
and teenagers? Transversal Guideline: Contemporary Writing Family Structure Orphanhood´s current nature
For Esmé:--with Love and Squalor Literary Criticism Highly
Subjective Author
Literary piece Demiurge Taste Autonomy Skepticism LITERARY
FOUNDATIONS RECEPTION AESTHETICS THEORY Ontological Format Unchangeable Cores Intertextuality 'Zero writing level' does not exist. Associations Collective
Memory Symbols Themes Characters Esmé "You take a really sleepy man, Esmé, and he always stands a chance of again becoming a man with all his fac-with all his f-a-c-u-l-t-i-e-s intact." Teddy Jared "Better to be outside on a cold day than in the house where everything... felt sad." Harold "Harold found himself longing
for the dark safety of the closet (...) what lay on the other side seem, after all, like nothing." Charlie
Rolph Nal "If fate was just a disintegrating blanket - some fraying skein that the gulls were tearing right this second - then Nal didn't see why he couldn't also find a loose thread, and pull." Lisette Dungeon Master Thematic Lines Social
Orphans Practical
Orphan Technical
Orphan Orphanhood CONCLUSIONS A child whose parents are dead A child whose parents are alive but happen to abuse, mistreat, or ignore them Parental Absenteeism Initiation Puberty Adulthood Interrupted
Innocence Escapism Alienation Parental Absenteeism Orphanhood Alienation Identity Lack of
Sense of Belonging Orphanhood Parental
Absenteeism Which is worse? Our Selection Teddy The Ascent All Boy Safari The Seagull Army Descends on Strong Beach ID The Dungeon Master Afterword Literary Afterword Children's voice Isolation Despair Vulnerability Demiurge American Dream American Nightmare Self-made man wealth happiness providence success Self-made children cruelty hopelessness individualism Professional Afterword "He shot himself in the head in their father's house at the age of twenty eight." "Everything is weird
if you stare at it." discouragement Teaching
Role Family
Backgrounds Every person has experienced Orphanhood in different degrees along their lives. Final Outcomes Teachers should perceive and construct the short story that every child - every student - carries inside. "We need your cooperation, Lisette. We are hoping that you can provide...identification." Thank you for
your attention. Step Parenthood Nascent Sexuality Resentment Suicide Divorce Divorce Parental Absenteeism Physical Abuse Alienation Denial Identity Bond Otherness Love Squalor (War) Travel and Quest Salvation Forced Love Existentialism Drug Addiction Parental Absenteeism Precariousness Isolation Escapism Suicide "Ascending" 'Zero reading level' does not exist either. Parental Absenteeism Sense of Belonging Parental Absenteeism Evil Leader. "A psycho senior" Loss of Innocence "I fight for the glory of me" vs
Narrator Fate and Fortune Envy Early Work Homunculus Control Appearances Homosexuality Sense of belonging Alienation Escapism Experiences and Beliefs Cultural Codes Social Attitudes Defines the Perception and Interpretation of a piece & Gaps "They don't seem able to love us
unless they can keep changing us a little bit." Drug Addiction 'Termination' Types
Escapism Daydreaming Double life Refuge Death & & Constant Migration Orphanhood (Nostalgia) Lack of attention Orphanhood
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