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Estudios filológicos

versión impresa ISSN 0071-1713

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RODRIGUEZ MONARCA, Claudia. Heterogeneous enunciations in the current aboriginal poetry of Chile and Peru. Estud. filol. [online]. 2009, n.44, pp.181-194. ISSN 0071-1713.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0071-17132009000100011.

One of the remarkable aspects of the present Hispanic-American poetry is the repositioning of the aboriginal poetry (Mapuche, Quechua, or Aymara in this case) which, without leaving the perspective of its identity reflection, moves the attention to focuses of intertextual, intercultural, interdisciplinary and transdiscursive interest. This, in turn, results in hybrid texts related with other literary traditions and discursive expressions. The main disciplines detected in this hybridization process are the visual arts, music and historiography, some of them in the form of transliterary intertexts or metatextual keys. The corpus includes several poets such as César Millahueique, Juan Paulo Wirimilla (Chile), José Luis Ayala and Odi Gonzales (Perú), who share not only the experience of being migrants but also their literacy condition. The enunciators are heterogeneous, and are a result of their own reality and intercultural condition; although, in spite of their bilingual and bicultural skills they don't reach full integration. The existence of multiple voices is revealed in the texts both under the form of polyphony, that is, several voices, several characters, and schizophrenia, several voices in the same character.

Palabras clave : postvanguard; heterogeneous enunciation; migrants; transdiscursivity.

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