El pluralismo en la narrativa actual: Alfons Cervera y sus voces fugitivas

Valeria Possi


This article analizes the representation of the historical memory of the Spanish post-Civil War in five novels of Alfons Cervera (1995-2005), republished with the title of Las voces fugitivas in 2013, paying attention to contemporary changes in the literary discourse. This change is based on the rupture of the Manichean pattern when portraying the events of the post-Civil War, expressed in Cervera’s novels through multiple points of views and narrative voices that collaborate in the creation of plural and polyphonic novels.


Historical Memory; Post-War; Polyphony; Pluralism; Maquis;

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DOI: 10.6092/issn.2036-0967/5944

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