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GUZMAN, Raquel. City, Poetry, Juan Gelman. Tóp. Sem [online]. 2010, n.24, pp.41-53. ISSN 2594-0619.

The Poem, due to its particular discursive configuration, permits the construction of spaces that design themselves in a fragmentary plot of contractions and expansions that is not foreign to the discursive voyage itself. In this article we analyze, Valer la pena (2001), a collection of poems by the Argentine writer Juan Gelman in order to follow the semiosis that makes possible the constitution of the city as a cenestesic space in which the shame of the lyric self shapes places and sites. It concerns a kaleidoscopic work where each edge allows us to follow an autonomous course (that which we follow is just one) in order to try to comprehend a wide poetic world.

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