Más allá de la letra: cuerpo y escopicidad en la poesía de Ana Rossetti

The poetry of Ana Rossetti (1950-) is filled with different streams of eroticism which reveal the stamp of a eroticized body expressed on her creative page. This relationship between body, writing and eroticism is the result of certain subversion that is born from words against the current hegemonic...

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Autor Principal: Marín Calderón, Norman David
Formato: Artículo
Idioma: Español
Publicado: 2015
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Acceso en línea: http://revistas.ucr.ac.cr/index.php/filyling/article/view/13859
http://hdl.handle.net/10669/14525
Sumario: The poetry of Ana Rossetti (1950-) is filled with different streams of eroticism which reveal the stamp of a eroticized body expressed on her creative page. This relationship between body, writing and eroticism is the result of certain subversion that is born from words against the current hegemonic rules. Therefore, the poet’s writing slogan consists of inscribing her body in the poem making her text, sex, and in that way, she can speak from authentic subjective spaces. This type of body writing takes place when the pleasure of the senses is recovered and placed in the border between the desire of the sex and the enjoyment of the text. Here gaze—and its relation to the image, the scopic drive, and the mirror stage—realizes the tense between the pleasure of the flesh and the vicinity of the Other.