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El humor y la ironía en la novela transmoderna

Publicația: Analele Universității de Vest din Timișoara. Seria Științe Filologice, L, p. 203
Editura:Editura Universității de Vest
Rezumat:In this study we approach the transmodern novel. We analyse and interpret some of its specific features, by using the complex general-rhetorical method conceived by Antonio García Berrio, Tomás Albaladejo and Francisco Chico Rico, but also by considering the classification of tropes proposed by José Antonio Mayoral and Stefano Arduini. To illustrate the characteristics of the transmodern novel we have selected a few works by Enrique Vila-Matas, a contemporary Spanish writer. We have examined in terms of disposition and elocution the inventive strategies responsible for configuring a certain pattern specific to transmodern literature, that of accumulating the fragments and details that seem insignificant and unifying them into an ensemble with its own rules. That is why humor constitutes a starting point, a pretext which marks the thematic and stylistic passage to another level, in which irony, associated with systematic repetition, antithesis and paradoxes, is built as a semantic trope, a significant, symbolic one, with variable extensions, as will be subsequently seen. It is obvious that such associations between the tropes lead to a mixture, to a typically transmodern hybridisation, and that clear cut differences no longer apply. The comic and the tragic, the humorous and the serious tone combine, and opposites coexist; the thematic and discursive connection between the novels reflects this mechanism of confusion and overlap in the transmodern novel.
Cuvinte-cheie:transmodernity, Enrique Vila-Matas, rhetorical figures, general-rhetorical analysis, humor, irony
Limba: spaniolă

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