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Revista Aportes de la Comunicación y la Cultura

versión impresa ISSN 2306-8671

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CHAVEZ GOMES DA SILVA, Natalia. The racialized fate in Dos Veranos de Elvira Orpheé. Rev. aportes de la comunicación [online]. 2018, n.25, pp. 75-82. ISSN 2306-8671.

Abstract The novel Dos Veranos (1956) by the Argentine writer Elvira Orpheé (1922 - 2018) is made with stylistic resources such as: free indirect narrative voice  and  present  narrative  time,  applied  to  a story made with a heterogeneous set of characters linked together through of family and social roles. These resources allow the novel to observe what Raymond Williams calls “Structures of feelings” (2009) and these, in turn, allow observing Sixto, the protagonist, as a form of “animation”, concept indicated   by   Sianne   Ngai   (2007)   to   describe the way in which the actions of the characters belonging to a population considered as a minority reflect the way in which external forces have control over them.

Palabras clave : Structures of feeling; Animatedness; Style; Race; Representation; Territory.

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