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Literatura y lingüística

versión impresa ISSN 0716-5811

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FAUNDEZ V., Edson. The prison of Mimetic Desire in Los Trasplantados by Alberto Blest Gana. Lit. lingüíst. [online]. 2019, n.39, pp.133-157. ISSN 0716-5811.  http://dx.doi.org/10.29344/0717621x.39.2008.

Los Trasplantados (1904) by Alberto Blest Gana is a novel that has not enjoyed proper attention by specialised critics. Its study is relevant in that it allows establishing the distinctive features of a key novel, though not visible enough, in the literary production of Martin Rivas’ autor. The analysis of the history of the wealthy Canalejas family in the social fabric of Paris, which considers the intertextual dialogue, the commentary of the preceding critic and the operationalization of the theoretical concepts that illuminate the positions of the desire of the story, makes possible, among other aspects, to amplify the refection on the meaning of the scenes of reading, of the mimetic desire, of the event of death and of the links with the emergence or the overcoming of the evil within the framework of the Chilean writer’s novel.

Palabras clave : Chilean novel; literary realism; reading; emulation; evil.

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