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Palacios, Cristián: "La representación de la violencia de estado en un episodio de Buscavidas de Carlos Trillo y Alberto Breccia." In: Amérique Latine Histoire et Mémoire. Les Cahiers ALHIM 30 (2015), <http://journals.openedition.org/alhim/5302> (3. März 2020) 
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Resource type: Web Article
Languages: Spanish
Peer reviewed
BibTeX citation key: Palacios2015
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Keywords: "Buscavidas", Argentina, Breccia. Alberto, Latin America, Metaisierung, Trillo. Carlos, Violence
Creators: Palacios
Collection: Amérique Latine Histoire et Mémoire. Les Cahiers ALHIM
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Abstract
[Abstract in English below]

En el siguiente trabajo nos proponemos analizar un episodio de la historieta Buscavidas de Carlos Trillo y Alberto Breccia como un caso particularmente significativo del modo en que la historieta argentina intentó posicionarse frente a la violencia y dar cuenta de ella. En efecto, es en esta obra singularmente compleja donde Breccia llevó más al extremo las implicaciones de la premisa ¿cómo representar el horror ? a partir de la cual había producido algunos de sus trabajos más radicalmente revolucionarios. En este artículo nos ocuparemos del último capítulo de aquella serie, que opera como una clave de lectura de todo lo que lo antecede, al manifestar de manera clara su posicionamiento no sólo frente a la historia, sino ante el propio lenguaje artístico al que la obra pertenece.

In this work we propose to analyse a chapter of the comic book series Buscavidas by Carlos Trillo and Alberto Breccia as a case especially significant of the way in which the Argentine comic book search to define its position against the political violence, and to shed light on it. It is in this particularly complex work where Breccia push over the edge the consequences of the premise “How to represent the horror?” from which he has produced some of his most revolutionary works. In this work we analyse the last chapter of the series that can operate as a key of reading of the whole work. In this chapter Breccia take up stance not only against history but also against the artistic language itself in which the work is placed. It is an episode especially significant of the way in which the argentine comic book search to define its position against the political violence, and to shed light on it.


  
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