Politics and Modern Experimental Narrative: A Critical Reading of Political Novels by David Viñas
Inquiry on the dialectical functioning between politics and poetics in order to discern conflictive modes between the political rhetoric and literary discourse.
||Political Manifesto, Political Novels, Modern Experimental Narrative, Textual Unconscious, Political Rhetoric, Historiography and Ideology Subject to Textual Unconscious Dynamics
International Journal of the Humanities, Volume 3, Issue 5, pp.241-246.
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Currently in forth year of the doctoral program in Hispanic Studies at the University of British Columbia. Moved to Canada (Vancouver) shortly after completing the requirement PHD courses in Psychology at the University of Belgrano, Buenos Aires. Interested in contemporary psychoanalytic literary criticism that questions the traditional psychoanalytic reductionism of literary artifacts to the universal Freudian mastercodes of unconscious complexes. Intends to explore the ways the textual unconscious processes historical contexts.
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