La “Ruta Barthes” en las formas breves y el haiku. Una parada en la obra de Marco Denevi, Isidoro Blaisten, Hugo Amable, Giselle Aronson y Geo Nacif

The “Barthes Route” in short forms and haiku.  A stop in the work of Marco Denevi, Isidoro Blaisten, Hugo Amable, Giselle Aronson and Geo Nacif

The objective of this article is to review a selection of texts by the French author to configure a series of theoretical artifacts that will help us in addressing short forms and haiku. As a methodology we start from the assembly of the Barthes library, the reading of its texts, the analysis of fragmentation and haiku in its writing, finally, the recognition of categories that we then use to study Marco Denevi, Isidoro Blaisten, Hugo Amable, Giselle Aronson and Geo Nacif. From Mythologies to Incidents, Barthes configures a scriptural style that puts the limits between the theoretical and the literary in tension by means of a genre made of pieces in which a voice that explains, theorizes, narrates and sometimes poetizes ideas, phrases, thoughts and images. This proposal is part of the research project “De (re) configuraciones genéricas menores II”.

Keywords: Roland Barthes - brief forms - haiku - fragmentation

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