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Tópicos del Seminario

On-line version ISSN 2594-0619Print version ISSN 1665-1200


JITRIK, Noé. ..."entrambas a porfía". Tóp. Sem [online]. 2013, n.30, pp.93-102. ISSN 2594-0619.

Seen as instrumental composition, literature presents both consonances and dissonances. These become more visible from the point of view of the enunciation, in which different registers can be found depending on the different forms of appearance of the self. The question is if those selves must always agree among themselves or if they are also related in a dissonant manner. It is known that, especially in the Classic poetic compositions, there is usually a search, one might say, obstinated, for the chord. But also one can speak of a literature dissonance, with a desire to shun shirk the chord, for example in some works like those of Joyce? Or when, in the exercise of writing, the hand seems to take its own course and shun the will of the author who, dedicated to his task, feels that it is his very hand which contends to introduce changes in tone?

Keywords : dissonance; harmony; enunciation; obstination; confluence.

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