El miedo a los estereotipos en Qué solos se quedan los muertos, de Mempo Giardinelli

Kristine Vanden Berghe
pp. 70-83. We analyze Qué solos se quedan los muertos, a novel about crimes in the Mexican city of Zacatecas published in 1985 by Mempo Giardinelli, an Argentine writer who was exiled in Mexico. This analysis about how the author represents his host country, Mexican literature and the genre of crime fiction shows that he tries to avoid the use of national (Mexico) and genre (the crime novel) stereotypes. In this way, he aspires to...
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