Autoficción, historia y mito en la narrativa del subcomandante Marcos
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Autoficción, historia y mito en la narrativa del subcomandante Marcos

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Létocart Araujo, Mélanie
This document is a artículo publicadoDate2018

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The uprising of 1994 by the Zapatista National Liberation Army (EZLN) in Mexico, represented not only a political and military event but also a discursive one. In this study, I analyse the ways in which historical and factual dimensions are intertwined with the personal accounts written by Subcomandante Marcos; military leader and spokesperson of the EZLN. The deputy commander?s writing poses specific difficulties, given that he wrote directly from the frontline and under the urgency of this historical period. Such writing conditions stimulate us to examine the transitional modalities between live memory and textual representation, and to look at the genres and rhetorical devices that are used to represent this historical period. Keywords: 

    Létocart Araujo, Mélanie. Autoficción, historia y mito en la narrativa del subcomandante Marcos. En: Kamchatka: revista de análisis cultural, 12 2018: 187-202

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