Para un examen crítico del comparatismo francés: Este texto fue leído el 22 de julio de 2013 en el ciclo «Le comparatisme France / Brésil: un bilan criti- que», organizado por el Centre «Littérature et Poétique Comparées» (Université Paris Ouest – Nanterre), partner del 20e Congrès de l’Association Internationale de Littérature Comparée.

Brazilian literature is notoriously absent from the syllabi contents of exams for Modern Languages teachers aspiring to find employment. This clearly indicates a reduction in the scope of the discipline, thus favouring the traditional Franco–Anglo–German spectrum. We gather that it...

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Autores principales: Riaudel, Michel, Zenarruza de Clément, Silvia
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Lenguaje:Español
Publicado: Universidad Nacional del Litoral 2019
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Acceso en línea:https://bibliotecavirtual.unl.edu.ar/publicaciones/index.php/HilodelaFabula/article/view/8628
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Sumario:Brazilian literature is notoriously absent from the syllabi contents of exams for Modern Languages teachers aspiring to find employment. This clearly indicates a reduction in the scope of the discipline, thus favouring the traditional Franco–Anglo–German spectrum. We gather that it is necessaryto embrace a worldwide perspective and establish a threshold that should more proportionally represent foreign literatures. This clearly implies a consideration of what constitutes literary value and also shows a certain degree of bias in studies carried out under a strict national frame of mind. Thus, including Brazilian texts —as well as other ignored writings— in Comparative Literature Studies would help to bring the national pedestal of literature to a more accurate perspective.