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Moreira en los setenta. Formas de la violencia y experiencias comunitarias
Las diversas figuraciones de Juan Moreira en la cultura argentina cuentan una historia literaria de la violencia. Mediante una lectura comparativa de tres versiones de Moreira en la coyuntura de los años setenta, este trabajo apunta a problematizar diversas violencias de ese momento, así como los mo...
César Aira, la máquina de contar. Una lectura de Ema la cautiva
One of the recurring themes in Argentine literature is the tense relationship of man with the desert and its laws. From the first chroniclers to the romantic writers, the dialectic of the subject and the space was problematized discursively by innumerable authors. Under that perspective and debtor o...
The external eye
In Bogotá abunce the codes. In Buenos Aires too. In Bogotá there are many who are also localities, or seem to be, because of their incoherent speech, their repetitions, as well as tress and gesture. There are also a lot of these in Buenos Aires.
The machine as literary exoconscience in some works by César Aira, Mario Levrero and Ricardo Pigia
From the beginning of the literature, there is a deep link between human beings and imaginary androids. The presence of this old reason in the current literature should not be seen as extraordinary, since these machines in the present times are involved in global scientific and philosophical discuss...
The return of childhood to the mysteries of Rosario and How I daughter, from César Aira
This work looks at the presence of children and the representations of many identity conflicts embodied in the novels The mysteries of Rosario and How I daughter, the Argentinian writer and translator César Aira.
Nos reíamos como locas, como locas, como locas… La catástrofe eufórica en Yo era una chica moderna de César Aira.
César Aira’s Yo era una chica moderna can be read as a metaphorical reconstruction of the social dynamics surrounding the argentine socio-economical crisis culminated at the end of 2001. The national catastrophe is portrayed with an euphoric tone that draws ironically on a literary tradition accusto...
Autofiction and its fantastic modalities in César Aira’s Cómo me hice monja
As a narrative practice in which the author invents a personality and an existence while preserving his personal identity and true name, ‘autofiction’ constitutes a suitable instrument to give rise to ‘the fantastic’. By fusing the narrative pacts of the autobiography and the autobiographical novel,...
Figurazioni del Demone del racconto in César Aira e dintorni
Cesar Aira has become a significant presence in contemporary Argentine literature, and not only in terms of influence on the younger generation of Latin American novelists. The figure of himself as Author has taken on the form of a character in his novels, which are by no means necessarily autobiogr...
Unambiguously: the entertainment pact of fantastic self-fiction
In this presentation, we present our concept of a ‘play pact’, which designates the reading contract in force in the most implausible part of self-fiction, and the way in which we operate is illustrated by a brief analysis of some of César Aira’s self-fictitious stories.
The slum through the mirror. César Aira’s La villa as an optical device
César Aira’s La villa appears in the emblematic year of 2001. This oeuvre works as an optical device that allows to visualize certain contusions of the social and its effects, thanks to the residual as content and as material. The residual materializes in the novel in three levels. At the level of t...
César Aira, On contemporary art followed by in Havana
bibliography of César Aira’s book on contemporary art followed by Havana, Buenos Aires, Literatura Random House, 2016, 112 pp.
“The Hispanoamerican science between reading the past and questioning the future: The legend of Homero Aridjis Sols and The game of the worlds of César Aira’
‘Schrodinger cats’, put to César Aira in abyma and fractalist aesthetics: a multidimensional reality
It was legitimate that because of the affection I was wearing to Françoise Haffner, who represented for me, in addition to a person, a character, in terms of both his intellectual and human qualities, I would choose, in tribute to the heart and intelligence person she was from her life and to honour...
Creation, allegiance and travel. Notes on an episode in the life of a travelling painter at César Aira and L’homme de la pampa de Jules Supervielle
This article looks at different ways in which artistic creation is depicted in the novels of César Aira An episode in the life of a travelling painter and Jules Supervielle L’homme de la pampa. Inspired by the analysis proposed by Fermín Rodríguez, the importance of the desert and the Indian in the...
To the shadow of Ernest Pinard: Ideological dimension and literary realisms in Jorge Luis Borges, Guillermo Martinez, Fogwill, Osvaldo Lamborghini and César Aira
This thesis works on how the tension between the social utility of literature and its aesthetic function worked — and operates — more or less directly on the narrative. As it will be understood, they are not closed concepts, but rather pairs of interpellations with which to review stories, stories,...
The larger the more miniature: Note to lose
The aim of this work is the commentary on the trial in Havana de César Aira (2016) in relation to the barthesian notation concept. In this short text Aira tells a walking walk through the Cuban city, from the house of Lezama Lima, to other places — especially museums — where it finds certain objects...
The place of Aira. Some travels in the View reading system
Pocas sometimes the View magazine mentions César Aira, the central place it occupies in the current Argentinian literature, inviting it to the long silence of great significance. This work explores the publication’s reading system, records the forms of Aira’s burial, and looks at operations that hav...
The figure of the ‘great author’ or Carlos sources acquired monstruosity in the literature congress of César Aira (1997).
this article seeks to reflect on the notion of author from César Aira’s short novelty (Colonel Príngles, Argentina, 1949), The Conference of literature (1997). In it, César, a minor writer invited to a literature congress in Venezuela, proposes to clone Carlos Fuentes, who in the novel depicts the i...
Forms of a diluted war
The magazine Architecture put on the scene in 1944 the unrepresentative concretism in the Prata vanguard when faced with the first Peronist Government, a force that is representative of excellence. Thereafter, the debate on political representation with non-artistic representation had some significa...
Policies at Carlos Ríos and César Aira
In Manigua, Pripyat and The Shadow of Chaki Chan, Carlos Ríos shows one side of the season: three river areas in the sea of the Empire, an aban — do nado after a tooth at the Chernobyl Nuclear Usina and inhabited by humans con -Tami -nest-nested by radic-nesti, another was found by disappearing ethn...
From Angel to Andrógine: fantastic and eager at César Aira’s bautism
The andrógine profile of the tangel appears in various theosophies and aesthetics. This feature has been seen as a promise of the final recomposition, ontological of the beings. But from this perspective, the Angel will be driven and driving the space of desires and latencies and in literature will...
Writers, monster and survival (César Aira, Daniel Gustiel, Sergio Bizzio)
In a context that raises the issue of the value of current literature, César Aira proposes to dedicate the procedure to the process as a state-of-the-art literary survival alternative. In this article, we start from the definition of César Aira’s monstruum as a feature of a writer’s procedure enabli...
Roger Rabbit Reframed: The Characters’ Bodies in César Aira’s Fiction
peer reviewed In this essay, I will analyse a dozen of the fiction narratives written by César Aira (Coronel Pringles, 1949) paying special attention to the effacement of his characters’ body and bodily life. Two complementary explanations are explored. The first one, rooted in national literary tra...
Rethink the unwise: an analysis of space and time categories in five Spanish-American neofantastic autofictions
Le présent travail d’investigation incline la perspective sur la modalité fantastique de l’autofiction telle qu’elle s’est présentée au cours des vingt dernières années dans différents pays hispano-américains. Sur base d’un corpus représentatif, composé de cinq romans hispano-américains récents, à s...
Portrait the author as a post-modern subject and autofictional writer at ‘Como me me monja’ of César Aira
It would seem that in much of the self-fictions the author not only constructs an image of himself as an individual but also provides material to reflect on the status of the writer as a member of a social and professional group. Even, in some novelties, the portrait of me — the leading, narrative a...