Madrid: Ediciones de Iberoamericana Vervuert (Ediciones de Iberoamericana, 127), 2022. First Edition. Paperback. 214p., bibl., indices, wrps. New. Item #78442
Literary studies have not yet estimated as a whole the uniqueness of a work like that of Andrés Neuman, despite already enjoying a prominent place within the universe of Latin American letters. Thus, this volume is the first critical study that analyzes in a comparative and chronological manner the trajectories of his poetics. Throughout these pages, it is shown how Neuman never ceases to dispense with that personal milestone that for the author meant the migration from Argentina to Spain, from which he has managed to build a literature that is nourished by that inaugural displacement and at the same time definite time. The writer thus represents identity as a constant process of negotiation that is staged in his narrative in a double poetics: that of uprooting and that of travel.