Cuerpos, voces y textos en disputa: Museo de la revolución, de Martín Kohan

Facundo Gómez

Abstract


Museo de la revolución, the novel by Martín Kohan, develops a fictional counterpoint between two different stories: the disappearance of an activist in Argentina during the seventies and the recovery of his papers by a writer during the nineties. The aim of this work is to analyse the way in which the voices and discourses are linked throughout the text in order to consider some relevant issues of Argentina´s contemporary history. Besides, the novel allows to think about the complex relation between theory and practice throughout the criticism of some aspects of traditional Marxism.


Keywords


Martín Kohan; Argentine literature; history; dialogism; Marxism

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DOI: 10.6092/issn.2036-0967/2390

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