|Title:||Spaces and memory of evil: On alexis ravelós la iniquidad||Authors:||Bolaños, Antonio Becerra
Hernández, Nayra Pérez
|Issue Date:||2016||Publisher:||0568-3939||Journal:||Aisthesis||Abstract:||© Instituto de Estética - Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile.La noche de piedra (2007) and Los días de Mercurio (2010) are, until today, the two novels published of the trilogy La Iniquidad by Alexis Ravelo. They present two different stories and settings in the line of hard boiled and noir and in the best tradition of the Spanish thriller from the 70s and 80s, whose social and philosophical dimensions are recovered through an interesting treatment of the space and the reconstruction of historical memory. Ravelo reformulates the genre with narrative techniques typical of postmodernism. His writing is close to the neopolicial genre in our cultural sphere and moves away from the new crime novel that succeeds in the publishing market.||URI:||http://hdl.handle.net/10553/45917||ISSN:||0568-3939||Source:||Aisthesis[ISSN 0568-3939],v. 59, p. 75-90|
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