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MAIZ, Claudio. The novel doesn't-see-reality unless it is Rulfo who write: Novel and humor in Latin America. Cuad. CILHA [online]. 2011, vol.12, n.2, pp.33-44. ISSN 1852-9615.

comical, humor and ironic consciousness belonging to orders heterogeneous but involved. What imbricates these notions, however, is the capacity to infringe the rules that make up the real, sensing so a different harmony. Humor has achieved, through the suspension of the "prevailing reality", to create other verbal worlds which dampen the hardness of the unjust reality, also has been a dominant factor in the revision of American history, since than through the use of parody, satire, the carnivalization has demystified the heroic pantheon of our history.

Keywords : Humor; Ironic consciousness; Latin American Narrative.

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