Traducción de poesía y literaturas comparadas: una ética contra la hegemonía de la lengua oficial y la lógica del mercado

Tarántula – which alternates prose poetry and free verse – by Bob Dylan, develops in many ways a transgressive writing. Dated between 1965 and 1966, goes beyond the poststructuralism premises, and against the market law, which Deleuze pointed out as the main power in our globalized world almost thirty years later. It’s also remarkable how Dylan’s text puts over the surface of the imperial English of USA another text written in capital letters (the Spanish...
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