¿Cómo decir la infancia desde el exilio? De Lejanías, de Rosalba Campra, y la ironía poética de la memoria

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DOI:

https://doi.org/10.13130/2035-7680/15324

Parole chiave:

Exile; Rosalba Campra; Memory; De lejanías; Poetic Testimony

Abstract

This paper aims to study the poetics of exile by Rosalba Campra in her text De lejanías (2017). In particular, we want to carry out an analysis of the representation of childhood by the author. In her verses, "childhood" and "memory" are not only human ones, but also those of places; they coincide with a shared or imagined past, which becomes present through the word that continues to create them.
This main objective of this work involves a broader reflection on how it is possible to narrate exile from childhood or from the narration that is produced in adulthood about it, and what role does the choice of said perspective have, as well as the constant recourse to irony in Campra's work.
Thus, in the proposed analysis, Campra's lyrical text is placed within the broader framework of stories about the experience of child displacement that have been carried out in the last 10 years. In particular, the representation of childhood present in the author's work is compared with the autobiographical study carried out by Marisa González de Oleaga, Carolina Meloni González and Carola Saiegh Dorin, Transterradas. El exilio infantil y juvenil como lugar de la memoria (2019).

Biografia autore

Elena Ritondale, Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona

Elena Ritondale is a doctor in Spanish Philology and adjunct professor at the Autonomous University of Barcelona. She is also a member of the editorial team of Mitologías hoy. Revista de pensamiento, crítica y estudios literarios latinoamericanos, and of the research group of the project “Gender Pedagogies. Education, literature and culture in Mexico (19th-20th century)” of the IISUE - UNAM (Mexico).
Her most recent publications include: Enseñanzas, figuras e historias de género y educación en México (s. XIX y primera mitad del XX), Mauricio Zabalgoitia Herrera, Elena Ritondale y Erick Vallejo Grande (co-coord) (in press); “Modelos de feminidad atípicos en el México posrevolucionario: mujeres y soldaderas en Nellie Campobello y Elena Poniatowska” IiSUE-UNAM (in press); “Mayra Luna y la escritura como sanación en una autora fronteriza” (2019), Iberoamericana; “Juvenicidio, sistema neoliberal y narco: ¿una generación “culpable” de su muerte? Las crónicas de Javier Valdez Cárdenas y Diego Enrique Osorno”, in Ainhoa Vásquez (ed.), Narcocultura de norte a sur: Una mirada cultural al fenómeno del narco. 2017; “Ni ciudad maldita ni no lugar: la Tijuana Fronteriza de Luis Humberto Crosthwaite”, in Dimensiones: el espacio y sus significados en la literatura hispánica, Raquel Crespo-Vila y Sheila Pastor (eds.), Biblioteca Nueva, 2017; “Cuerpo social y cuerpo individual: canibalismo y territorio en Al otro lado de Heriberto Yépez”, 2016.

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Pubblicato

2021-03-28

Come citare

Ritondale, Elena. 2021. «¿Cómo Decir La Infancia Desde El Exilio? De Lejanías, De Rosalba Campra, Y La ironía poética De La Memoria». Altre Modernità, marzo, 115-35. https://doi.org/10.13130/2035-7680/15324.