Pliegues ciudadanos: historia, violencia y subalternidad en Barrio bravo de Luis Cornejo

Daniela Pinto Meza


In the text Barrio bravo (1955) Chilean writer Luis Cornejo, both places as experiences narrated by the author, weave a collective vision of subservience to the mid-twentieth century in Chile. Through a set of milestones and events framed in a coordinate spatiotemporal marked for life in the santiaguinos conventillo, is built one whose historical-literary microhistory configuration develops in opposition or resistance to the regime of nationalist order since the nineteenth century regulates politically and culturally Chilean society..


Memory; violence; subalternity; microhistory; nation

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DOI: 10.6092/issn.2036-0967/8311

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