After an individualized reading, the work is discussed in a group with the help of a moderator who makes a brief introduction to the book, asks questions, leads and encourages the debate.
The works this cycle will be focused on Afro-American literature.
Synopsis of the play of the month "The Invisible Man" by Ralph Ellison:
“Considered his masterpiece and one of the hundred best English-language novels of the 1953th century, this novel is the first-person account of someone who describes himself as an «invisible man», not because of an abnormal physiological condition, but because society remains blind to him; he refuses to see it. Ellison thus unravels, from the dark present, "underground", of the protagonist, the social and intellectual concerns of his time with crudeness and sensitivity. The result is a harsh critique woven with poetry and intelligence, winner of the National Book Award for Fiction in XNUMX."
Extracted from the Editorial Debolsillo.