Date of Degree
PhD (Doctor of Philosophy)
Jorge Asís's narrative voices are transformed from on text to another. The Arab-Argentine author creates multiple narrators that interact with one another to further develop their textual identities. Discussions of authorial and narrative voices often coalesce into broad statements of alter-egos and pseudonyms that do not fully consider the nexus between them with writing practices. This study analyzes the author-narrator and narrator-narrator bonds in Argentine Orientalist, Mahyar, Costumbrista, and Testimonial writing practices.
Arab-Argentine, Costumbrismo, Mahyar, Orientalism, Testimonio
iv, 193 pages
Includes bibliographical references (pages 187-193).
Copyright 2014 Marcus Sylvan Palmer