In this article I propose that the narrative of memory elaborated in 1973 by José Ángel Cuevas is constructed from the optic of losers and through the parody of judicial documents. From this standpoint, I analyze the text as a poetics of dissent that confronts the official memory established by the Concertación's governments, where memories of wounded subjectivities have been excluded in favor of consensus.
|Translated title of the contribution||1973 by José Ángel Cuevas: A poetics of dissent and parody against the narrative of official (un)memory|
|Number of pages||18|
|State||Published - 2016|