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스페인어문학(구 서어서문연구)검색

Estudios Hispanicos


  • - 주제 : 어문학분야 > 서반어문
  • - 성격 : 학술지
  • - 간기: 계간
  • - 국내 등재 : KCI 등재
  • - 해외 등재 : -
  • - ISSN : 1738-2130
  • - 간행물명 변경 사항 : 서어서문연구(~2004) → 스페인어문학(2005~)
논문제목
수록 범위 : 83권 0호 (2017)
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This article analyses how Corazon tan blanco, by the Spanish writer Javier Marias, exposes the importance of desire to articulate an open narrative about the past. Instead of arguing in favour of a transparent language to reconstruct the past, Marias`s narrator is conscious of the need to preserve what he terms areas of shadow inside his tale. Through his depiction of the male and female bodies of his story, his narrative introduces ambiguity and creates empty zones in which desire emerges. The parallels that the protagonist weaves between the bodies he describes are fundamental to create an alternative story in which the past loosens its grip on his life. After reaching a dead point in his life, the narrator realizes that the empty areas that the bodies produce prevent the past from becoming a mere anecdote and thus losing relevance, and for overcoming the traumatic irruption of the past into the present. The ambivalence these shadowy areas create is necessary to maintain the narrator`s ability to engage creatively with both his past and his future.
6,400
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Ricardo Chavez Castaneda has been known as a member of the Crack, from the year of 1996. Nevertheless, he has followed his own trajectory as a novelist. Chavez Castaneda has been interested in the social problems of Mexico: the childhood as a victim of the evil has special significance in his novels and short stories. In this article, we analyze his short story “Thief of Children”(2012), awarded in Cuba. The object of our analysis is to demonstrate that this story follows the same line of the symbolism of evil, from “Dreaded Hell”(1957) by Juan Carlos Onetti, and “The Beasts”(1933) by Roberto Arlt. Both stories, which have been indicated as masterpieces “on the human cruelty” by Mario Vargas Llosa, take as victims the children who lose their innocence for the human evilness. We will follow the theoretical proposal of Paul Ricoeur from his book The Symbolism of Evil.
7,100
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We have investigated a Korean literary magazine called Literature & Thought from the year 1972 to 2016 to study the introduction of the literature in Spanish in Korea. We`ve counted 148 articles in this magazine for 44 years. The results of this study are the followings: (1) We`ve the most articles published in 1975. (2) Countries with the most articles are Spain and Colombia. (3) Literature & Thought has introduced about 54 authors from the Spanish speaking world, where the writers of Spain were introduced more frequently and Gabriel Garcia Marquez has appeared more often. (4) This magazine does not focus on the Nobel laureates but on the introduction of the literature in Spanish from the point of world literature view. (5) Most writers of articles are Koreans. They are mostly professors of Spanish but we can find also a congress man and a professor of Russian literature. In the area of translation, the number of articles based on the English or French translation of Spanish works is higher than those ones dealing with the original literary works in Spanish. (6) The person who published the most articles is Min, Yong-tae, and he who provided the most articles about literary translation into Korean is Ahn, Junghyo. In conclusion, Literature & Thought has been introducing Spanish literature from the first issue to the general readers without prejudice in accordance with the status of writers and works. However, it is regrettable that articles in Spanish have not appeared in the last years.
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