La cuestión de la figuración y del hijo en la edad del genocidio

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Aimee Pozorski

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En este artículo, que se centra en la novela de Imre Kertész Kaddish por el hijo no nacido(Kaddis a meg nem született gyermekért, 1990), se estudian las formas en las que laparadójica figura del hijo no nacido refleja los horrores sociales, políticos y personales delgenocidio. A través del análisis de dos textos sobre el 11-S que también abordan losefectos de la Segunda Guerra Mundial –Tan fuerte tan cerca (Extremely Loud and IncrediblyClose, 2005) de Jonathan Safran Foer y This Must Be the Place (2008; sin traducir alespañol) de Anna Winger – “Hijo no nacido” propone la idea de que estamos conectados através de lo que no podemos entender: la imagen catacrética de un hijo no nacidoejemplifica la pérdida de un futuro en el cual uno normalmente esperaría encontraresperanza y una nueva vida.

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Pozorski, A. (2019). La cuestión de la figuración y del hijo en la edad del genocidio. VERBEIA. Revista De Estudios Filológicos. Journal of English and Spanish Studies, (3), 45-65. https://doi.org/10.57087/Verbeia.2019.4131
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