Nem eles, nem nós: um olhar asqueroso sobre a literatura latino-americana

The focus of this article is the lack of a look a nd of the European matrix by the Latin American. In this way, the book Asco by Horacio Castellano Moya emerges that, in transit of the undecidability, prepares its game of politically a esthetic différance around San Salvador. With the name of the wr...

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Main Authors: Ribeiro, Helano, Costa do Lago, Thalyta Bruna
Format: Online
Language:spa
Published: Centro Interdisciplinario de Literatura Hispanoamericana (CILHA) 2019
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Online Access:https://revistas.uncu.edu.ar/ojs3/index.php/cilha/article/view/1943
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Summary:The focus of this article is the lack of a look a nd of the European matrix by the Latin American. In this way, the book Asco by Horacio Castellano Moya emerges that, in transit of the undecidability, prepares its game of politically a esthetic différance around San Salvador. With the name of the writer Thomas Bernhard and his aesthetics of repetition, Moya walks for the deconstruction of the binomials, thus deconstructing the dependence between the original and its copy. This is, a bove all, a political gesture . In the archaeological work proposed in this article the original jump [Ursprung] to the narrator's memories is revealed redeeming from the moment that Moya resolves to tell the story of the losers.