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Historia Literaria De Las Representaciones Del Sicario A Partir De Novelas Colombianas, Carlos German Van Der Linde Jan 2016

Historia Literaria De Las Representaciones Del Sicario A Partir De Novelas Colombianas, Carlos German Van Der Linde

Spanish and Portuguese Graduate Theses & Dissertations

My thesis sketches the emergence and developments of the representations on the sicario in the contemporary Colombian novels (1988-2012). Specifically, I analyze the following six novels: El sicario (1988) by Bahamón Dussán, El pelaíto que no duró nada (1991) by Gaviria, La virgen de los sicarios (1994) by Vallejo, Rosario Tijeras (1999) by Franco, Sangre ajena (2000) by Alape, and Nadie es eterno (2012) by López. The novels provide new points of view of the urban violence. One of these points of view is to depict the sicario as an unequivocal picture. My thesis’ contribution is to present a cartography ...


Los Límites De La Herencia: Inmigración Y Postnacionalidad En La Literatura Española Contemporánea, Alicia Maria Barron Lopez Jan 2015

Los Límites De La Herencia: Inmigración Y Postnacionalidad En La Literatura Española Contemporánea, Alicia Maria Barron Lopez

Spanish and Portuguese Graduate Theses & Dissertations

Globalization and the phenomenon of widespread immigration have changed the ways communities and feelings of belonging are conceived. This dissertation analyzes Spanish literature's portrayal of how immigration has affected Spanish society as it becomes the subject of a process of transnationalization in the European framework and as recipient of a large number of immigrants during the decade of 1990s.

Based on the critical theory on globalization and migration delivered by Néstor García Canclini and Iain Chambers, this research focuses on the study of the ways immigration is perceived by several Spanish mediating literary characters and how they describe their ...