Janet is possibly the only female pursuer in Cortazar’s literature, Munoz argues, Cortazar’s remarks regarding “Anillo de Moebius” in a letter to Jaime Alazraki. “Anillo de Moebius” (Moebius strip) in the collection Queremos tanto a Glenda ( We Love Glenda So Much) is probably the most disturbing story of all. Janet. Cortázar, Julio. Personal Author: Cortázar, Julio. Recortes de prensa — Tango de vuelta — Clone — Grafitti — Historias que me cuento — Anillo de Moebius.
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In The Globalisation of Cortazaf As I have already mentioned, what brings together our two embodiments of modernism, our two protagonists, is a violent, and criminally punishable act, rape, for which Robert is sentenced to death Unsurprisingly, though provocatively, victim and perpetrator are thus, and thus forward, inextricably connected to one another in the story.
Nearly two decades later, in El cuerpo del delito: In this context, as Ludmer demonstrates:. And thus are opened the logics of differentiation: They delimit and bring together cultures, they found cultures, and they also delimit and bring together demarcations in the interior of a culture].
For this reason, crime is in fact a, if not the, body of modernization. As Marx and Freud well knew, it is an ideal critical instrument because it is historical, cultural, political, economic, juridical, social and literary at the same time: Like the French historian Michel Foucault before her—vid.
Queremos tanto a Glenda / Julio Cortázar; prólogo, Fernando Iwasaki – Details – Trove
For this reason, criminal representations, whether they be in the political, the cultural, the juridical, or the popular spheres, can be interpreted as struggles over modernity, not only over its futures, but also coryazar its resources, that is to say, over those elements that buttress its materiality and that thus guarantee its futures. In light of this, representations in crime, that is to say, representations of vortazar omnipresent foundationality or corporeal motoricity of crime within Western modernization, take on added importance as potential vehicles through which to deflect the devastating hegemonic effects of representations of crime and their ideological-effects.
The emerging criminal literature and film will play a significant role in this struggle. Editorial Nueva Imagen, The Globalisation of Crime: Understanding Transitional Relationships in Context. The Birth of the Prison. El cuerpo del delito: The Places of History: Regionalism Revisited in Latin America.
Home About Editorial Board. From edition Issue 1. Notes on Modernization as Crime By politics Published: In this context, as Ludmer demonstrates: This entry was posted in Miscellaneous and edition Issue 1.
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