Las ruinas de la caza
Ciudad de México: Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México/ Casa Editoral Abismos, 2020. First Edition. Paperback. 125p., indices, wrps. New. Item #76407
"Las Ruinas de la Caza" oscillates between the crime novel and the postmodern text and develops the story of the femicide of a high school. The research is carried out by an American woman living in Mexico, an unemployed professor of literature, a specialist in Sylvia Plath. The two possible culprits are the young woman's philosophy professor, on the one hand, and her psychiatrist on the other. The central characters, both female, are a mirror of each other. Everything that can be used to solve the crime passes through language, where the remains remain, the ruins of what, we want or not, we are.