Revisando la Nación panameña en las primeras novelas de Ramón F. Jurado.

Contemporary Panamanian writer Ramón F. Jurado confronts the Nation in his works, representing it with sufficient subtlety so as to make its protagonism seem implicit, although nationalistic discourse surfaces easily in the text. In doing this, he does not deviate from current literary tendencies in...

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Main Author: López Cruz, Humberto
Format: Artículo
Language: Español
Published: CIICLA, Universidad de Costa Rica 2012
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Online Access: http://revistas.ucr.ac.cr/index.php/intercambio/article/view/2220
http://hdl.handle.net/10669/18976
Summary: Contemporary Panamanian writer Ramón F. Jurado confronts the Nation in his works, representing it with sufficient subtlety so as to make its protagonism seem implicit, although nationalistic discourse surfaces easily in the text. In doing this, he does not deviate from current literary tendencies in Panamá. The author?s defining trait is the juxtaposition of concepts inherent to the Nation with the characteristics that define the detective novel.