Mito y vanguardia en Los detectives salvajes de Roberto Bolaño

Patricia Espinosa

Abstract


This article aims to address the disappearance and the specific closure of myth as metaphysical background in Los Detectives Salvajes by Roberto Bolaño; this closure is represented in the novel by the avant-garde poet Cesárea Tinajero, a character that emerges as a concrete life, lost in history, with more courage against systemic or ethical strength, than magical properties that connect with spiritual or religious statements.

Keywords


Bolaño; Los detectives salvajes; vanguardia; narrativa; Chile

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DOI: 10.6092/issn.2036-0967/5411

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