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Monstres : insurrection de la Chair et Révolution du Voir dans la Nueva Narrativa Argentina : lecture des mutations du monstrueux chez Ariana Harwicz, Fernanda García Lao, Gabriela Cabezón Cámara, Mariana Enríquez et Samanta Schweblin

Abstract : Since the 2001 crisis, a new generation of authors, Nueva Narrativa Argentina, has emerged in Argentina in a context of a feminist revolution that erupts in a history taken in the midst of neoliberal crises. This literature is filled with monsters: bodies that return like ghosts, undeads, zombies; queer bodies, dissidents, revolted; dismembered bodies, transplanted, amputed, mutilated, burned; precarious bodies, abjects, contaminated, dispossessed. Our work invites us to examine the monsters and the monstrous fate of the NNA from a gender perspective in a corpus of five authors novels - Ariana Harwicz, Fernanda García Lao, Gabriela Cabezón Cámara, Samanta Schweblin and Mariana Enríquez - in order to understand the upheavals that this "Insurrection of the Flesh" creates in the literary field and in the canonical and heteronormative representations, while examining the movement and reappropriation of the monster figure as a figuration, claim and positive knowledge in the literature, feminism and academic field of the last decade.The literature of the extreme contemporary will therefore be considered as a space of performance and movement of representations and of exploration for the metamorphoses of the present, where the monster is as a sign/symptom as a device for understanding what is going on, which is transforming; but also to deconstruct what crystallizes; and to experiment and explore what remains in the field of the unthinkable. In this sense, the monster writes in both literature and society a "Revolution of the Vision" that meet with a contemporary urgency of reclaiming and investing spaces and perception devices, and of oving the categories and canonical and heteronormative representations: from captive to monster, the NNA draws emancipation aths that r econfigure the articulation between writing, women's body andsocial body, and invent ways (individual and collective; textual and corporal) to become inappropriable, the stakes of which jump from literature to real in the redistribution of the visibility generated by the feminist revolution, which shouts "ahora sí nos ven".
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Marie Audran. Monstres : insurrection de la Chair et Révolution du Voir dans la Nueva Narrativa Argentina : lecture des mutations du monstrueux chez Ariana Harwicz, Fernanda García Lao, Gabriela Cabezón Cámara, Mariana Enríquez et Samanta Schweblin. Linguistique. Université Rennes 2, 2019. Français. ⟨NNT : 2019REN20040⟩. ⟨tel-02880317v2⟩

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