This dissertation analyzes the theory and practice of the Cuban postmodern writer Severo Sarduy () from his early adult years in. Barroco y el neobarroco, el has 3 ratings and 0 reviews: Published by El Cuenco de Plata, Paperback. Valentín Díaz UNIVERSIDAD DE BUENOS AIRES/CONICET Argentina. Valentín Díaz Licenciado en Letras, docente de la Facultad de Filosofía y Letras.

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The Sarduyan language is determined by a Lacanian psychoanalytic erotic drive pulsion known as the Barroquean desire, a death drive which directly relates to the exile condition of the author. You are free to use this Item in any way that is permitted by the copyright and related rights legislation that applies to your use.

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Preview — Barroco y el neobarroco, el by Severo Sarduy. This style breaks with the traditional art concept of mimesis the representation of reality in the western world seevro, and therefore with the correspondence between the signifier and the signified.

Skip to main content. By studying his narrative through the light of his theoretical essays, this paper demonstrates that the author created his own type of reading model —from and for Sarduy. This document is currently not available here. Books by Severo Sarduy. Thanks for telling us about the problem.


Barroco y el neobarroco, el

Sarduy will be remembered chiefly for his brilliant, unpredictable, iconoclastic and often grimly funny novels, works of a totally liberated imagination composed by a master of disciplined Spanish style. Ultimately, Sarduy strives for a language that goes beyond barrovo symbolic limits towards a place of constant dissolution, evanesce, and death —horror vacui.

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“Teoria y Practica del Neobarroco en Severo Sarduy” by Maribel San Juan

To ask other readers questions about Barroco y el neobarroco, elplease sign up. He encompassed the sublime and the ridiculous, mingling oral traditions with literary mannerisms adopted from his baroque masters. In Sarduy’s obituary in The Independent, James Kirkup wrote, “Sarduy was a genius with words, one of the great contemporary stylists writing in Spanish. The empty space created in the text provides the subject with the possibility of fusion with the all.

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This dissertation analyzes the theory and practice of the Cuban postmodern writer Severo Sarduy from his early adult years in Cuba to his exile period in Paris, France, where he lived until his death. No trivia or quizzes yet.

Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. His language does not transmit a message but it signifies itself, that is, a means without an end. This is also the empty space of no signification or nonsense in which occurs the depersonalization of the speaking subject; in Buddhist terminology bardoco becomes sadruy dissolution of the ego.


Rights Statement In Copyright. That is the reason why Sarduy not only poses an aesthetic question but also an ontological one.

His third novel, Cobratranslated by Sollers won the Prix Medicis for a work of foreign literature in translation. Just a moment varroco we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Paradoxically, this signifier chain produces an excess of metaphors beyond the material limits of language and its support, the page.

Ana Builes sarduyy it really liked it Aug 31, In addition to his own writing, Sarduy edited, published and promoted the work of many other Spanish and Latin American authors first at Editions Seuil and then Editions Gallimard. But the genesis of this desire lies in a primordial desire of encounter with his origin: