Owen, de Greiff y Ramos Sucre: the Self as multiplicity
Abstract: The following article is part of an investigation about the subject’s multiplicity on the poetry of Leon de Greiff, José Antonio Ramos Sucre and Gilberto Owen, authors in whose works are discovered problems of the contemporary literary aesthetics like the fictionality of the lyric, the Self as a discursive effect and autofiction. With the comparative study of these three authors, the present work seeks to demonstrate that the representation of the subject in the modern Latin American poetry is not only articulated through processes of dissolution or fragmentation of the voice of the poem, as is the case of the near poetry to the avant-garde movements, but there is also a parallel aesthetic proposal that reformulates the subjective expression through the simulation of heteronomous voices that emphasize the self as a fictional entity.
Keywords: autofiction, poetic subject, discourse, enunciation, Latin American poetry
Impossibilia. Revista Internacional de Estudios Literarios, Nº 13, páginas 38-62 (Mayo 2017) ISSN 2174-2464. Artículo recibido el 07/12/2016, aceptado el 13/04/2017 y publicado el 30/05/2017.