This article analyzes two chronicles of the book Llamada perdida by Gabriela Wiener: “Tres” and “Acerca de lo madre”. Our objective is to show that in these texts, from the style of narrative journalism, a series of reflections that concern women are presented, regarding issues such as the exercise of a sexuality that transcends monogamy, the questioning of the institution of motherhood, the need for female self-representation in cultural stories. In this line of interpretation, these chronicles of Llamada perdida not only talk about what happens to a woman in particular, but their significance is extrapolated to other women who are experiencing similarly complex situations.
|Translated title of the contribution||Chronicles of the self (woman). Polyamory, motherhood and female representation in two texts of Llamada Perdida by Gabriela Wiener|
|Number of pages||14|
|Journal||Estudios de Teoria Literaria|
|State||Published - 9 Nov 2020|
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