Geografías imposibles: la poesía "en bajel" de Luisa Futoransky

Sierra, Marta
April 2009
Confluencia;Spring2009, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p71
Academic Journal
Literary Criticism
A literary criticism of the books of poetry "Babel, Babel," "Partir, Digo," and "Prender de Gajo" by Luisa Futoransky are presented. The poetry of Futoransky is dicussed in the context of the concept of space as defined in the social sciences. In particular, themes related to nomadism and aesthetic and political constructions of memory in her poetry are examined.


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