El Goce del Supremo Texto Abierto de Augusto Roa Bastos
|Numéro||no 19, 2019 Transcorporalités / Colombie 2017-2|
In this article, I tried to demonstrate that Roa Bastos's narrative genius derives not only from the way he used the Word to combat dictatorship, but also, and above all, from the Writing Lesson that the Dictator-Compiler-Author imparts in I the Suprem. Indeed, in this book the author gives us the illusion that the text engenders itself: endotext, and that the reader, in the act of becoming “a fictional an autonomous being”, as affirmed by Roa in the last “Compiler's Note”, is condemned to re-write the text: exotext, wich means that its work is open too. From various vantage point: the Dictator's voice, Kristeva's genotext, the site of signification, and guarani orality, spring multiples textual pleasures as described by Roland Barthes, all of which ultimately fuse into text's orgasm of open work, deconstructing the writing machine.
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