Lumpérica: Allegory and Quotation of Rhizomatic Voices in the Postmodern Chilean Narrative

Gonzalo Ignacio Rojas

Abstract


The present article will analyze the voice of the narrator from the rhizomatic figure (Deleuze and Guattari) to determine its non-place in the construction of narrative scenes in the new performative forms of literary expression. Therefore, this condition will be reviewed from two Benjaminian notions, the allegory and the quotation to determine that the idea of the body is -centrally concentrated in L. Illuminated- a correlation between language and subject: the disappearance of the subject is the disappearance of his / her language, epistemological symmetry that gives rise in Chilean narrative to a performative writing.

Keywords


Experimental language; Performance; Allegory; rhizome

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5195/ct/2019.381

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