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Trabado Cabado, José Manuel: "Extravíos en el laberinto. Poética de lo fantástico en la novela gráfica de Paco Roca." In: Brumal 1.2 (2013), S. 349–371, <https://revistes.uab.ca ... ew/v1-n2-trabado-cabado> (12. Juni 2019) 
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Resource type: Web Article
Languages: spanisch
Peer reviewed
DOI: 10.5565/rev/brumal.72
BibTeX citation key: TrabadoCabado2013
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Categories: General
Keywords: "El faro", "Las calles de arena", Phantastik, Roca. Paco, Spanien
Creators: Trabado Cabado
Collection: Brumal
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Abstract
[Abstract in English below]

En este artículo se analizan los rasgos formales de dos obras bien conocidas de Paco Roca (El faro y Las calles de arena) y su relación con el concepto de lo fantástico. No sólo en su estructura narrativa sino también en la forma de representar la realidad, el autor ofrece una meditada poética de lo que podría denominarse «novela gráfica fantástica». Este modelo alberga una gran cantidad de referencias literarias, simbólicas e iconológicas, lo que conlleva, en este caso particular, a que los personajes posean un menor desarrollo psicológico. La vida diaria, narrada habitualmente en la novela gráfica, está desfamiliarizada a través de una parábola contemporánea.

This paper aims to study the formal features of two well known works by Paco Roca (The Lighthouse and Streets of Sand) and their relationship with the concept of fantastic. Not only in the narrative structure but also in the way of representing graphically the reality, the author offers a thoughtful poetics of what can be labelled as “fantastic graphic novel”. In that model a huge number of literary, symbolic and iconic references are included, which implies, in this particular case, that characters are less complex in their psychological development. The diary life usually told in some graphic novels is defamiliarizated through a sort of contemporary parable.


  
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