Los estudios alimentarios y el resurgimiento del estructuralismo de Lévi-Strauss en la crítica literaria

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Moriah Maresh

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La comida proporciona más que alimento físico; es un idioma que puede variar de generación en generación y de cultura en cultura. Por ello, los Estudios de la Alimentación se han erigido como un área de interés destacada tanto en el sector antropológico como literario. Las teorías estructuralistas de Claude Lévi-Strauss, particularmente las presentadas en “El triángulo culinario”, sirvieron como precursoras de los estudios alimentarios y pueden aplicarse fácilmente a textos literarios. Al analizar La Vegetariana de Han Kang a través de esa lente, ilustro en este artículo cómo el trabajo de Lévi-Strauss y su relación con los estudios alimentarios es relevante en la crítica literaria, particularmente cuando se explora la caracterización.

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