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Siento Que Tambien Yo Podria Borrarme Con Facilidad: Epistolaridad Y Constitucion Del(Os) Sujeto(S) En Querido Diego, Te Abraza Quiela, Pablo Brescia Feb 2012

Siento Que Tambien Yo Podria Borrarme Con Facilidad: Epistolaridad Y Constitucion Del(Os) Sujeto(S) En Querido Diego, Te Abraza Quiela, Pablo Brescia

Pablo Brescia

A través del personaje de Angelina Beloff, la escritora refiere no sólo una autobiografía sino el mundo interno de un conflicto aparentemente irresoluble. La forma epistolar permite adentrarse en la intimidad de la pintora para narrar desde dentro la historia de un desamor.The writer uses an autobiography of the character of Angelina Beloff to explain an apparently unresolvable conflict. The epistolary format allows us to delve into the intimacy of a narration of unhappy love.


A “Superior Magic”: Literary Politics And The Rise Of The Fantastic In Latin American Fiction, Pablo Brescia Feb 2012

A “Superior Magic”: Literary Politics And The Rise Of The Fantastic In Latin American Fiction, Pablo Brescia

Pablo Brescia

Writers in Latin America have theorised about literature throughout the twentieth century, frequently intervening in the literary debates of the times. What happened to fantastic literature, a major mode of literary expression for Latin American literature, in this context? This essay argues that between 1930 and 1950 two major writers, the Argentine Jorge Luis Borges and the Mexican Juan Jose´ Arreola, actively engaged in a promotion of the fantastic, a reading and writing code that deviated from the late-nineteenth or early-twentiethcentury realist paradigm. The articulation of this convention entailed not only the practice of fiction but also reflection and dissemination ...


El Cine Como Precursor: Von Sternberg Y Borges, Pablo Brescia Feb 2012

El Cine Como Precursor: Von Sternberg Y Borges, Pablo Brescia

Pablo Brescia

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