Eltit, Diamela E. Luminata

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E. Luminata

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Eltit, Diamela
Editorial: Lumen Books
ISBN 10: 0930829409 ISBN 13: 9780930829407
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Eltit, Diamela
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Diamelia Eltit, R. Christ
Editorial: Lumen, Inc, United States (2008)
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Descripción Lumen, Inc, United States, 2008. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. 213 x 135 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. Diamela Eltit is the prize-winning author of five novels that have attracted attention all over the Latin America, Europe, and academic circles in the United States. E. Luminata was published in 1983 when Eltit was participating in collective actions against Pinochet s military regime. This remarkable first novel broke with all established literary tradition and continues to astonish because of its intransigence and its refusals -- of plot, character, literary convention, and ideological positioning. E. Luminata consists of a series of scenes that occur at night when, because of the curfew, the city is supposedly empty of all but the military. Set in a public square, with a single protagonist -- a woman -- and a public of pale people, the only illumination is the intermittent light of a neon sign. The uncanniness of those nightmarish, night-time years when something more unnameable than terror prevailed is woven subtly into this staging of an area that witnesses a baptism, a filming, an interrogation -- abjection and surveillance. At the same time, Eltit speedly thwarts any temptation to read the square allegorically as public space and the illuminated sign as enlightenment: her allusions, puns, and verbal inventions work more as poetry than as narration, so we must repeatedly check back, follow the threads of connected metaphors -- read not for the plot, but the plottings. E. Luminata is not a novel to be devoured but to be carefully tracked through changes of pace and abrupt connections and disconnections. Ronald Christ has translated as a responsible participant in an unprecedented venture. Not only has he risen to many challenges of this complex novel but his afterword isa fine introduction to the novel and Eltit s aesthetic . -- Jean Franco Writing with an impressive language of transformation, Diamela Eltit draws the map of a fascinating, ambiguous, and, for some, terrifying territory that is truely feminine. A ground-breaking literary adventure into caverns of being and feeling, brilliantly conveyed to us in English by Ronald Christ and his team of translator-speleologists . -- Luisa Valenzuela. Nº de ref. de la librería AAS9780930829407

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Diamelia Eltit, R. Christ
Editorial: Lumen, Inc, United States (2008)
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Descripción Lumen, Inc, United States, 2008. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. 213 x 135 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. Diamela Eltit is the prize-winning author of five novels that have attracted attention all over the Latin America, Europe, and academic circles in the United States. E. Luminata was published in 1983 when Eltit was participating in collective actions against Pinochet s military regime. This remarkable first novel broke with all established literary tradition and continues to astonish because of its intransigence and its refusals -- of plot, character, literary convention, and ideological positioning. E. Luminata consists of a series of scenes that occur at night when, because of the curfew, the city is supposedly empty of all but the military. Set in a public square, with a single protagonist -- a woman -- and a public of pale people, the only illumination is the intermittent light of a neon sign. The uncanniness of those nightmarish, night-time years when something more unnameable than terror prevailed is woven subtly into this staging of an area that witnesses a baptism, a filming, an interrogation -- abjection and surveillance. At the same time, Eltit speedly thwarts any temptation to read the square allegorically as public space and the illuminated sign as enlightenment: her allusions, puns, and verbal inventions work more as poetry than as narration, so we must repeatedly check back, follow the threads of connected metaphors -- read not for the plot, but the plottings. E. Luminata is not a novel to be devoured but to be carefully tracked through changes of pace and abrupt connections and disconnections. Ronald Christ has translated as a responsible participant in an unprecedented venture. Not only has he risen to many challenges of this complex novel but his afterword isa fine introduction to the novel and Eltit s aesthetic . -- Jean Franco Writing with an impressive language of transformation, Diamela Eltit draws the map of a fascinating, ambiguous, and, for some, terrifying territory that is truely feminine. A ground-breaking literary adventure into caverns of being and feeling, brilliantly conveyed to us in English by Ronald Christ and his team of translator-speleologists . -- Luisa Valenzuela. Nº de ref. de la librería AAS9780930829407

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Diamela Eltit, Ronald Christ (Translator)
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Eltit, Diamela/ Christ, Ronald (Translator)
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Descripción Lumen, 1997. Paperback. Estado de conservación: Brand New. 215 pages. 8.50x5.75x0.75 inches. In Stock. Nº de ref. de la librería zr0930829409

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Descripción Consortium Book Sales & Dist, 1997. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. 14.6 x 21.59 cm. Our orders are sent from our warehouse locally or directly from our international distributors to allow us to offer you the best possible price and delivery time. Book. Nº de ref. de la librería MM-20035470

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Descripción 2008. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. 134mm x 18mm x 216mm. Paperback. "Diamela Eltit is the prize-winning author of five novels that have attracted attention all over the Latin America, Europe, and academic circles in the United States. E. .Shipping may be from our Sydney, NSW warehouse or from our UK or US warehouse, depending on stock availability. 240 pages. 0.363. Nº de ref. de la librería 9780930829407

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