Significant violence: oppression and resistance in the narratives of Juan Goytisolo, 1970-1990
Significant Violence focuses on five novels by the leading Spanish writer, Juan Goytisolo. Drawing on a range of critical material, it examines the complicated nature of Goytisolo's writing and pays special attention to the crisis of representational language; sexual politics; terrorism andanarchy; race, religion, and nationalism; and the ties between aesthetics, ethics, and politics.
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REMNDICA CION DEL CONDE DON JULIAN 1970
Irony Truth and Destruction
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aesthetic affirms AIDS Alvarito Angel appears Arabic Artaud Benjamin betrayal body Cava communication Conde Julian critical critique cultural death deconstruction Deleuze Derrida desire destruction deterritorialization dialectic difference discourse Disidencias dominant dream dystopia ethics faith feminine fiction figure fragmentation freedom Freud Genet Goytisolo's text Goytisolo's writing hermeneutic homosexuality human identity ideology implies inspiration ironic irony Isabel Islamic Jean Genet Juan Goytisolo Juan sin tierra language liberation literary loss Makbara male Marxism meaning metaphor modified moral movement mystical myth narrative narrator Nietzsche nomadic novel oppression Paisajes paradoxical Pariah Paul Julian phallic phallus play pleasure political postmodern present question radical rape reader reading reality realm redemption refers representation repression resistance revolution risk Sade Sartre sexual signifier signs social solitario space Spain Spanish story suffering Sufi symbolic taifa text's textual things tion tradition transcendence truth utopia Vattimo violence virtudes women words Xemaa-el-Fna