El enmarque recalcitrante en “Her Letters”, de Kate Chopin

  • Sandra Argüello Borbón Universidad Técnica Nacional
Palabras clave: teoría literaria, cuento, enmarcamiento, Kate Chopin

Resumen

La teoría literaria anglosajona sobre el cuento permite un análisis de ciertas particularidades del género. En este artículo se estudia el cuento “Her Letters”, de Kate Chopin, desde la perspectiva de los marcos textuales: intratextual, extratextual, intertextual y circumtextual. La recalcitrancia generada en el interjuego de estos marcos produce una lectura de la historia desde la posición subversiva de la protagonista y las cartas que deja a su muerte, que se enmarcan en el binomio silencio/palabra.

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Publicado
2019-06-29
Cómo citar
Argüello Borbón, S. (2019). El enmarque recalcitrante en “Her Letters”, de Kate Chopin. LETRAS, (65), 93-106. https://doi.org/10.15359/rl.1-65.4
Sección
Estudios literarios (Literary Studies)