Onetti y La (in) Fidelidad a Las Reglas del Juego (Paperback)
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Onetti y La (in) Fidelidad a Las Reglas del Juego (Paperback)

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Paperback 188 Pages / Published: 26/12/1992
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This is a rigorous study of one of Onetti's most controversial and lucid texts. Mendez-Clark elucidates its contribution to the development of new narrative approaches and new critical models of interpretation in Latin America. The author shows Los adioses' ambiguity and the way it stems not only from the narrator's unreliable account of the story, but also from what happens to the reader while assessing this account. Mendez-Clark emphasizes the textuality and the role of the reader in the search for meaning. It has been said that Onetti, alongside Borges, Rulfo, Carpentier and Lezama, has played a decisive role in the consolidation of Spanish-American literary creations; Mendez-Clark hopes his research will stimulate more study on writers from Latin America.

Publisher: University Press of America
ISBN: 9780819188908
Number of pages: 188
Weight: 227 g
Dimensions: 215 x 135 x 10 mm


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The second section, which will be extemely valuable to serious students of Onetti, surveys major critical interpretations of Los adioses. The third and final section conducts an in-depth textual analysis of the novel, attempting to expose Onetti's subtle tricks and deceptions. Particularly lucid is Mendez-Clark's examination of the ambiguities created by the novel. In Mendez-Clark's analysis of Los adioses succeeds in conveying Onetti's ultimate belief in the impossibilitiy of grasping truth. * World Literature Today *
The second section, which will be extemely valuable to serious students of Onetti, surveys major critical interpretations of Los adioses. The third and final section conducts an in-depth textual analysis of the novel, attempting to "expose" Onetti's subtle tricks and deceptions. Particularly lucid is Mendez-Clark's examination of the ambiguities created by the novel. In Mendez-Clark's analysis of "Los adioses" succeeds in conveying Onetti's ultimate belief in the impossibilitiy of grasping truth. * World Literature Today *

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