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ISSN: 0185-3082 ISSN electrónico: 2448-735X
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Lengua y Literatura
Instituto de Investigaciones Filológicas
México

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Diego Sheinbaum
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en: Roberto Bolaño uses the literary development of the detective novel in order to shape the principles of his poetics. The reconsideration of genre appeals to his norms but at the same time defies them, because, while he is interested in the ability of genre to show the reflection of society, his fundamental question is literary. This text discusses the double movement in 2666 as a mechanism used to problematize the spread of systemic violence, but also, to rethink twentieth-century debates about art.>>>
Daniella Blejer
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en: This article draws upon J. L. Austin’s speech act theory for a textual analysis of “narco-banners”—public messages signed by criminal organizations. In these short and fragmentary texts, it is possible to perceive the emergence of an incipient political discourse. In particular, these banners display an idea of justice, a search for public legitimacy, and fragile attempts to occupy the voice of a popular “We.” The distinction between the criminal and the political is at stake in the interpretation of the violence that these banners attempt to impose.>>>
Natalia Mendoza Rockwell
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en: In the 1980s, Colombian filmmakers Carlos Mayolo and Luis Ospina, emblematic members of the “Caliwood” group, created genre films under the banner of “Tropical Gothic,” a fantastic aesthetic that allowed them to criticize the relationships of colonial and postcolonial domination in the Southern Cone. The antithesis of urban phantas- magorias of capitalism imported from the United States, these black phantasmagorias revive the subversive potential of the English Gothic novel as it was recognized by the surrealists. This paper explores the origins of this aesthetic as a sort of challenge launched in 1970 by Luis Buñuel at Álvaro Mutis, as well as part of the vampire aes - thetic that, in those years, permeated the stories of cinephile Andrés Caicedo.>>>
en: Woolf’s playful mock-biography Orlando is an endeavour to put forth the complexities inherent to biography as a literary genre. The novel is preoccu- pied with the relationship between observer and observed, the issue of whether objectivity is possible or even desirable, the discrepancy between art and life, the relationship between signifier and signified, and the flawed nature of language as a medium of representation. The present paper will discuss these matters as portrayed by Woolf, arguing that through the playful style of the novel, Orlando challenges the possibility of biographical writing as a whole when it seeks to be a faithful portrait of life. Ultimately, Woolf conveys that the division between “life” and “writing”, or “fiction” and “truth” is less clear than it might seem.>>>
en: Drawing on Foucault’s concept of “genealogy,” this article explores madness, monstrosity and writing in José Donoso ́s The Obscene Bird of Night (1970). Like Foucault, Donoso is interested in studying the body as “the inscribed surface of events,” the locus of a dissociated self (adopting the illusion of a substantial unity), and a mass in perpetual disintegration. Like Donoso, Foucault assaults enlightened reason and the principle of reality in order to subvert and transgress the instrumental rationality and normalcy of bourgeois culture. This essay analyzes Donoso’s novel in light of these concepts in order to open a new path for understanding one of the most obscure texts in modern Latin American fiction.>>>
Santiago Juan-Navarro
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en: This article studies poems by Mexican poets Juan Bañuelos and Abigal Bohórquez who, in addition to friendship, shared thematic affinities and concerns relating to the tumultuous national and international contexts of the 1960s and 1970s. Through the sociology of literature, this article examines the contextual production of these two writers, whose work has received little attention from specialized literary critics. Furthermore, this study aims to illustrate how these authors offer their versions of and commitment to the social function of poetry in key moments of 20 th century cultural history.>>>
Gerardo Bustamante Bermúdez
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Ricardo Martínez Lacy
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José Antonio Muciño Ruiz
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Tatiana Bubnova
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