Fugacities and Inanities in Malú Urreola’s "Nada" y "Bracea".

Gonzalo Ignacio Rojas


This paper aims to analyze the last two textbooks from Malu Urriola: Nada y Bracea, which are part of a trilogy to be constructed. For this purpose, we reviewed both theoretical and anchor text from the rhizome (Deleuze and Guattari) and the concept of differance (Derrida) to see the poetic discourse as an agent for representation of the poetic word in another, besides the Blend aesthetic notions as the perky, rebound, transience and intermediate. These anchorages and mixtures are placed in tension in this trilogy to be done and thus respond to the crossing that occur in these textbooks between poetic expression and its inanity as representing the speaking being.


Transience, Inanity, Present Chilean Poetry


Urriola, Malú. Nada. Santiago: LOM, 2005.

---. Bracea. Santiago: LOM, 2007.

Deleuze y Guattari. Rizoma. Valencia: Pre- textos, 1997.

Derrida, Jacques. De la Gramatología. México: Siglo XXI, 2005.

Goodman, Nelson. Maneras de hacer mundos. Madrid: Visor, 1990.

Benjamin, Walter. El narrador. Madrid: Taurus, 1991.

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5195/ct/2017.177


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