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El deseo, el cuerpo y el secreto, como formas de subjetivación en María Luisa Bombal
Román,Nicolás;
Aisthesis , 2012, DOI: 10.4067/S0718-71812012000100011
Abstract: the problem of desire in the literature of gilles deleuze may be understood from two distinct perspectives. on the one hand, we have the bio-political interpretation of desire, from which the techniques of subjection have developed, while on the other, there is the construction of desire as an autonomous and creative reality that tends toward its own subjectification. the narrative of maría luisa bombal is situated precisely at the crossroads between these two perspectives. her novels and stories confront the dilemma of how to articulate feminine desire, in which the already rigid silence becomes even more unyielding in the presence of a subjective agency.
El deseo, el cuerpo y el secreto, como formas de subjetivación en María Luisa Bombal Desire, Body and Secrecy as Forms of Subjectification in María Luisa Bombal's Literature
Nicolás Román
Aisthesis , 2012,
Abstract: El problema del deseo en la literatura de Gilíes Deleuze posee dos entradas. Por un lado está la articulación biopolítica del deseo, desde donde se desarrollan las técnicas de sujeción, y por otra parte, la construcción del deseo como una realidad autónoma y creativa que tiende hacia su subjetivación. Justamente la narrativa de María Luisa Bombal se encuentra en aquella encrucijada. En sus novelas y cuentos hay un enfrentamiento al dilema de la enunciación del deseo femenino, donde la rigidez de su silenciamiento se vuelve tensa en la incorporación de la agencia subjetiva. The problem of desire in the literature of Gilles Deleuze may be understood from two distinct perspectives. On the one hand, we have the bio-political interpretation of desire, from which the techniques of subjection have developed, while on the other, there is the construction of desire as an autonomous and creative reality that tends toward its own subjectification. The narrative of María Luisa Bombal is situated precisely at the crossroads between these two perspectives. Her novels and stories confront the dilemma of how to articulate feminine desire, in which the already rigid silence becomes even more unyielding in the presence of a subjective agency.
"?Se mueve la niebla con nosotros?": personajes y vanguardia en María Luisa Bombal
Echenberg, Margo;
En-claves del pensamiento , 2010,
Abstract: upon being asked to lengthen her novel la amortajada to at least two hundred pages, maría luisa bombal opted not for a literal translation, but rather wrote the shrowded woman (1947). this article looks at the additions to the novel in english in relation to the evolution of the main character both in this novel and in la amortajada, a novel written in spanish and published by the prestigious editorial sur in buenos aires ten years earlier. bombal's prose in english in the added chapters of the novel contrasts with her lyrical style in spanish that skill-fully portrays both the desire and sense of lack suffered by the protagonist. as such, the english language novel is a more conventional work. moreover, the new chapters of the shrowded woman focus not on the protagonist but rather on secondary characters, rendering the romantic entanglements more complicated and verging on the melodramatic. the study of the new segments of the novel written in english proves them not only to be superfluous in terms of the development of the main character but in fact partly responsible for impoverishing the novel. this same conclusion, nevertheless, suggests just how bombal's prose in spanish is poised on the avant-guard.
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