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Historia y grafía

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DUTRENIT BIELOUST, Silvia. The mark of exile and repression on the second generation. Hist. graf [online]. 2013, n.41, pp.205-241. ISSN 1405-0927.

Approximately thirty-five years have passed since the Argentinean and Chilean exiles were settled in other countries. Their protagonists constituted a vast and diverse intergenerational set, a natural consequence of the repression at the time, one that concentrated different biographical trajectories, generally deeply traumatic. Children accompanied the route of exile from the countries of origin or from their birth in the host countries. They all grew up under special circumstances, perhaps marked by a discordant process between family life and its codes and the insertion into a host society. Although exile has been and still is approached from different perspectives, there is still a debt, from an academic perspective, towards these children, also defined as "the second generation". For this reason, in this text we look into the processing of their circumstances and the marks of their biographical trajectories that have remained, from the subjectivity of two of the protagonists of this second generation.

Keywords : exile; second generation; mark; transmission; Argentina; Chile.

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