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Le réseau mutant : propositions d’une nouvelle (post)poétique narrative dans les oeuvres de Jorge Carrión, Agustín Fernández Mallo et Vicente Luis Mora

Abstract : At the beginning of the 21st century, a new literary movement, called “mutant”, appears in Spain, thus announcing the end of the postmodern paradigm. The present research study focuses on the narrative of Jorge Carrión, Agustín Fernández Mallo and Vicente Luis Mora. These three significant figures attempt to lay the ground for a mutant poetics, by creating literary works which point out the cultural changes that are taking place in our contemporary world. They use the new technologies and media as narrative tools, as well as a model for their organisation as a generation and for the organisation of their texts, in interaction with other platforms. One may therefore speak of a mutant network. The purpose of this dissertation is to indicate that these authors’ poetics is built through reticular relations between people, between works and theories. In this time of narrative expansion, one must search for unity in the nodes and the links which bind the pieces, the places, the literary genres, the means of communication and transmission, etc. In the mutant texts, the postmodern aesthetic is transformed, thus indicating a new cultural turn, the post-digital era, where the tension between writing and technology is used to create hybrid literary works.
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Roxana Ilasca. Le réseau mutant : propositions d’une nouvelle (post)poétique narrative dans les oeuvres de Jorge Carrión, Agustín Fernández Mallo et Vicente Luis Mora. Littératures. Université Grenoble Alpes, 2016. Français. ⟨tel-01474334⟩

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