Reflexiones literarias del elitocidio: Georgy Demidov y precursores

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Leona לאונה Toker טוקר

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Mientras que el asesinato de elites data de épocas antiguas, ya sea como parte de ungenocidio, como oferta a cambio de esclavitud de una comunidad, o bien como expresiónde un resentimiento social, debido a las atrocidades cometidas en el siglo XX las historiasde elitocidio han reunido la masa crítica suficiente como para que surja este concepto. Elpresente artículo se centra en las reflexiones literarias sobre el elitocidio, muchas de lascuales solo se pueden reconocer como tales una vez que el fenómeno en sí ha cristalizadoen la memoria colectiva. Tratamientos de carácter literario sobre la cuestión del elitocidioincluyen obras de Dostoyevski (traducida al español como Los endemoniados o Demonios[Бесы], 1871–1872), de H. G. Wells (La máquina del tiempo, 1895) y de Nabokov (Barrasiniestra, 1947), aunque el ejemplo fundamental abordado aquí es el tema de ladestrucción de las personas de mayor talento que aparecen en las historias del Gulag deGeorgy Demidov.

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Toker טוקרL. ל. (2019). Reflexiones literarias del elitocidio: Georgy Demidov y precursores. VERBEIA. Revista De Estudios Filológicos. Journal of English and Spanish Studies, (3), 83-105. https://doi.org/10.57087/Verbeia.2019.4133
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