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Revista chilena de literatura

versión On-line ISSN 0718-2295


PUNTE, María José. Women imagining new cartographies in the post-mill ennial Argentina. Rev. chil. lit. [online]. 2020, n.101, pp.103-127. ISSN 0718-2295.

Referring to the generation of writers of the new millennium as “nomadic subjects”, it has become already insufficient. Bodies and subjectivities are used to overstep different types of boundaries: physical, linguistic, discursive genres. The current challenge for these writers seems to be not the desire to cross borders, as the temptation of inhabiting them, establishing a “home on the crossroads” (Bauman). In this game of the articulation of these boundaries, a group of three Argentine writers, show us in their writings a contemporary way of conceiving space, as a collage of different places that don’t belong to each other; temporality is conceived as an assembly of time zones; language, as lost in translations. Three works will be addressed: En el hotel cápsula (2017) by Lucía Puenzo, Algún lugar (2017) by Paloma Vidal and V (2017) by Mariana Docampo.

Palabras clave : argentine literature; space; bodies; postmillennial generation.

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