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Title: La figura de lo siniestro en La condesa sangrienta de Alejandra Pizarnik
Authors: Martínez Puente, Lourdes Yunuen
Keywords: Otredad
Repetición
Desfiguración
Otherness
Repetition
Disfiguration
Issue Date: Apr-2013
Series/Report no.: RI000310;
Abstract: En este trabajo se estudia el texto La condesa sangrienta (1971) de Alejandra Pizarnik y, en particular, la figura de lo siniestro que emerge de él. A partir del libro Palimpsestos. La literatura en segundo grado (1962) de Gérard Genette, definimos el libro de Pizarnik como un palimpsesto en relación a la novela homónima de Valentine Penrose, resaltando la importancia de la otredad, la repetición y la desfiguración en dicho proceso hipertextual. De la teoría psicoanalítica de Sigmund Freud, utilizamos su texto ¿Lo ominoso¿ (1919) como herramienta para identificar las características ominosas/siniestras que tienen lugar en el relato pizarnikiano. Para el análisis retórico de nuestro corpus, nos basamos en el libro La retórica como arte de la mirada (2002) de Raúl Dorra, y su propuesta de un ¿cuerpo que hace figura¿. Por último, ofrecemos la realización del diseño escenográfico de la obra teatral ¿La Condesa¿, como una contribución creativa que nos remite, desde las artes plásticas, a la teoría del palimpsesto y al texto de Alejandra Pizarnik. Summary This paper studies the text The Bloody Countess (1971) by Alejandra Pizarnik and, in particular, the sinister figure that emerges from it. From Gérard Genette¿s Palimpsests: literature in the second degree (1962), we define Pizarnik¿s book as a palimpsest in relation to Valentine Penrose¿s homonymous novel, highlighting the importance of otherness, repetition and disfiguration in this hypertextual process. From Sigmund Freud¿s psychoanalytic theory, we use his essay ¿The Uncanny¿ (1919) as a tool to identify the ominous/sinister characteristics taking place in Pizarnik¿s text. For the rhetorical analysis of our corpus, we rely on Raúl Dorra¿s Rhetoric as art of view (2002), and his proposal of a ¿body that makes figure¿. Finally, we offer the realization of the set design for the play ¿The Countess¿, as a creative contribution which refers, from the visual arts, to the palimpsest theory and to Pizarnik¿s text.
Description: This paper studies the text The Bloody Countess (1971) by Alejandra Pizarnik and, in particular, the sinister figure that emerges from it. From Gérard Genette¿s Palimpsests: literature in the second degree (1962), we define Pizarnik¿s book as a palimpsest in relation to Valentine Penrose¿s homonymous novel, highlighting the importance of otherness, repetition and disfiguration in this hypertextual process. From Sigmund Freud¿s psychoanalytic theory, we use his essay ¿The Uncanny¿ (1919) as a tool to identify the ominous/sinister characteristics taking place in Pizarnik¿s text. For the rhetorical analysis of our corpus, we rely on Raúl Dorra¿s Rhetoric as art of view (2002), and his proposal of a ¿body that makes figure¿. Finally, we offer the realization of the set design for the play ¿The Countess¿, as a creative contribution which refers, from the visual arts, to the palimpsest theory and to Pizarnik¿s text.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/248
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