Nocilla Dream (2006) de Agustín Fernández Mallo
Una ‘heterotopografía’ del mundo globalizado
The aim of this article is to analyse how Agustín Fernández Mallo (La Coruña, 1967) represents our globalised world in his novel Nocilla Dream (2006). His way of conceiving reality as a web, in fact, allows him to experiment with flexible narrative mixing materials proceeding from different sources. The result is a complex map of our contemporary way of life, based on global relationships and digital technologies. Precisely with the intent of defining that map and the strategies followed by the author in its creation we coined the neologism ‘heterotopography’, combining the Foucauldian concept of ‘heterotopia’ and the term ‘topography’ with all its meanings.