This study, focusing on Latin American literature, discusses the
motif of a variety of worlds as a key concept of the modern novel
in terms of genre, culture, and fiction theory: the world of the
modern novel is always already in contact with another one. This
concept, developed against the backdrop of (literary) history, goes
hand in hand with the theoretical assumption that modern novel
forms have brought about a turn in genre theory. Differently from
genuine poetics, genre theory is always also concerned with and
contingent on a certain history/back story.
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