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    Rytterström, Carmen Luz
    Linnaeus University, Faculty of Arts and Humanities, Department of Languages.
    Influencia del indigenismo y de la NuevaNovela Histórica en la novela Rosa Cuchillo de Óscar Colchado Lucio2018Independent thesis Basic level (degree of Bachelor), 10 credits / 15 HE creditsStudent thesis
    Abstract [en]

    The following study aims to analyze the most distinctive characteristics and influence ofthe indigenous literary movement, neoindigenismo, and of the New Historical Novel inthe novel Rosa Cuchillo written by Óscar Colchado Lucio. Rosa Cuchillo is a novelnarrated by its characters, who represent the voice of the social outcasts silenced by theofficial history discourse. The plot unfolds in the epoch of terrorism that Perú wentthrough between 1980 and 2000. To identify these characteristics, we use two literarytheories: the first one by Tomás Escajadillo, and, the other one, by Cecilia Fernández inwhich we try to recognize the magical realism and mythology of the Andean gods, themystical universe of the Andean man, the abandonment of the omniscient narrator; thedissolution of boundaries between past and present, and, finally, the metafiction as wellas the individualized and supported perspectives by the protagonists.We conclude that in the novel appear the most distinctive features of the indigenousliterary movement: indigenous-neoindigenism and also the features of the NewHistorical Novel.

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