Donne in fuga

Donne in fuga

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978-88-6969-288-8

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978-88-6969-238-3

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06 Nov 2018

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La saga/fuga de Margo Glantz

Vicente Cervera Salinas
Universidad de Murcia, España
vicente@um.es

DOI 10.30687/978-88-6969-238-3/011

Submitted 24 Jul 2018
Accepted 07 Aug 2018

Abstract

This article looks at the collection of short stories Historia de una mujer que caminó por la vida con zapatos de diseñador (2005) by Mexican writer Margo Glantz with a view to relating them with topics and leitmotiven which the author used in some of her previous fictional work. The examination of her short stories is mainly conducted from the concept of saga/fugue, stemming from the mythic novel by Gonzalo Torrente Ballester. This concept is applied to Margo Glantz’ work, especially to show the lines of flight which connect the collection of short stories with previous work such as the novel, El rastro (2002), with which Glanz obtained international acclaim. Glantz’ alter ego, Norma García, is the narrative voice which weaves and combines this element, always in an organic and harmonious manner, according to different tones and scales, as is the case with Johann Sebastian Bach’s counterpoint work.

Keywords

Glantz. Novel. Fugue. Mexican literature. Contemporary literature.


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Cervera Salinas Vicente

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La saga/fuga de Margo Glantz

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Book Chapter

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es

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This article looks at the collection of short stories Historia de una mujer que caminó por la vida con zapatos de diseñador (2005) by Mexican writer Margo Glantz with a view to relating them with topics and leitmotiven which the author used in some of her previous fictional work. The examination of her short stories is mainly conducted from the concept of saga/fugue, stemming from the mythic novel by Gonzalo Torrente Ballester. This concept is applied to Margo Glantz’ work, especially to show the lines of flight which connect the collection of short stories with previous work such as the novel, El rastro (2002), with which Glanz obtained international acclaim. Glantz’ alter ego, Norma García, is the narrative voice which weaves and combines this element, always in an organic and harmonious manner, according to different tones and scales, as is the case with Johann Sebastian Bach’s counterpoint work.

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Diaspore

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Edizioni Ca’ Foscari - Digital Publishing

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2018-11-06

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2018-07-24

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2018-08-07

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http://doi.org/10.14277/978-88-6969-238-3/011

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2610-8860

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2610-9387

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978-88-6969-288-8

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978-88-6969-238-3

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Creative Commons 4.0 Attribution alone

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http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

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Glantz

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Novel

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Fugue

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Mexican literature

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Contemporary literature

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