Mariposa negra: Duelo y escritura en marosa di Giorgio

Montevideo: Estuario Editoria, 2022. First Edition. Paperback. 134p., bibl., indices, wrps. New. Item #81218
ISBN: 9789915661872

Kildina Veljacic has written an original, rigorous and thoughtful research essay on the problem of mourning and its meanings in the exceptional work of Marosa di Giorgio. For this, she approaches the set of The Wild Papers, within which she concentrates on that nodular inflection that is Diamelas a Clementina Medici (2000). Her psychocritical approach, theoretically sound and grounded, has the merit of producing a deep and open interpretation that runs through the densities of desire, death, pain and memory of a dramatic truth embedded in an unprecedented poetic world.Dr. Hebert Benitez Pezzolano

Kildina accompanies Marosa, inviting her to consider mourning as a possible destination for literary production and a method for the subjectivation of loss. It underlies the interrogation of literature as a place for the duel of the writer and the reader. The duel written by the poet builds meanings for other duels.Mag. Pilar Bacci

Marosa's poetic labyrinths are explored and analyzed with accurate and illuminating depth in this book: the universe charged with a personal mythology by the poet from Salta, from where she interprets with unusual originality the mysteries of human feeling and her loneliness, reveals her keys in Black butterfly by Kildina Veljacic. Andrés Echeverría.

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