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This subject seeks to be an introduction to understand what a narrative is and what its basic elements are, whether it is based on written or audiovisual languages. It applies different theoretical reflections on specific case studies both in literature and cinema.

Learning outcomes:

  • Explore the different narrative genres as well as the different interpretative schools.
  • Strengthen the comprehension of the narratives in their social context of communication.
  • Reflect on the range of possibilities offered by the new media in the field of narration.