Impuesto a la carne: la irrupción de una escritura antiedípica y anárquica, desde la abyección del cuerpo femenino

In this approach to the novel Impuesto a la carne (2010) from the Chilean writer Diamela Eltit I analyze, from a gender perspective, the irruption of an anti-Oedipal and anarchic writing experimented by a mother and her daughter from the abjection of their own bodies. Besieged and powerless, facing...

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Autor Principal: Fallas Arias, Teresa
Formato: Artículo
Idioma: Español
Publicado: 2015
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Acceso en línea: http://revistas.ucr.ac.cr/index.php/filyling/article/view/13863
http://hdl.handle.net/10669/14529
Sumario: In this approach to the novel Impuesto a la carne (2010) from the Chilean writer Diamela Eltit I analyze, from a gender perspective, the irruption of an anti-Oedipal and anarchic writing experimented by a mother and her daughter from the abjection of their own bodies. Besieged and powerless, facing a system that alienates and tortures them, they rehearse a narrative that bursts in the silence, in between the lines, in the incomplete phrases and the linguistic reiterations, a writing with which they reject the Patriarch and its laws, they tell the silenced as the official account and rebel against sociocultural roles.