Un enfoque a las representaciones literarias del siglo XXI sobre el Holocausto

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Gustavo Sánchez Canales

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En este artículo me centro en dos novelas de dos escritores judeoamericanos de tercerageneración que se aproximan al tema del Holocausto de manera distinta. En primer lugar,el análisis de imágenes que recuerdan al Holocausto y que aparecen en La solución final(The Final Solution, 2004) de Michael Chabon. Esta novella muestra las secuelas del horrorde los campos de concentración a través de la experiencia traumática de un niñosupervivientede nueve años. La otra novela, Todo está iluminado (Everything IsIlluminated, 2002) de Jonathan Safran Foer, una historia narrada desde dos puntos devista (uno cómico y el otro serio), parece ser la manera en la que Foer pretende mostrar siambos puntos de vista son (o no) reconciliables.

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Sánchez Canales, G. (2019). Un enfoque a las representaciones literarias del siglo XXI sobre el Holocausto. VERBEIA. Revista De Estudios Filológicos. Journal of English and Spanish Studies, (3), 66-82. https://doi.org/10.57087/Verbeia.2019.4132
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