Canto de sirena de gregorio martínez y la estética de la novela posterior al “boom”

Translated title of the contribution: Canto de sirena by gregorio martínez and the aesthetics of the novel after the “boom”

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Abstract

In this article, the novel Canto de sirena by peruvian writer Gregorio Martínez (1942-2017) is analyzed based on the aesthetics that nurtured postboom writers. Our purpose is to observe the use of certain assumptions, principles and strategies that were generated for the new novelist in response to the aesthetics of the “boom” and the project of the total novel that became his novelistic ideal. We use the theoretical framework and the ideas put forward by Ángel Rama (1981) and Antonio Skármeta (1984) around the new generation of Latin American narrators.

Translated title of the contributionCanto de sirena by gregorio martínez and the aesthetics of the novel after the “boom”
Original languageSpanish
Pages (from-to)11-24
Number of pages14
JournalActa Literaria
Volume2018
Issue number57
DOIs
StatePublished - Dec 2018
Externally publishedYes

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En efecto, en este período se abandona el intento por dotar a la novela de una visión integradora del conglomerado social y hasta latinoamericano y, por consiguiente, se renuncia a la obsesiva idea de la novela total, para volver a una novela más concentrada en la reivindicación de sectores o es-pacios marginales no antes representados, sin abandonar, en esta misma línea, las cuestiones íntimas, circunscritas a un mundo familiar y hasta ce-rrado.

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