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Literatura y lingüística

versão impressa ISSN 0716-5811

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ALIAGA ARANEDA, Sergio. Compass opening. David Bowie in three texts by Jorge Díaz, José Donoso and Roberto Bolaño. Lit. lingüíst. [online]. 2021, n.43, pp.149-169. ISSN 0716-5811.  http://dx.doi.org/10.29344/0717621x.43.2698.

David Bowie is threaded through this essay, as a driver or even an excuse. I look at the person, his work, and his profession, and unravel three threads, namely, of Jorge Díaz, José Donoso and Roberto Bolaño, where each one will absorb the singer-songwriter's aura, invoking him to show divergence (“Todos las fiestas del mañana”) (In English: All Tomorrow's Parties) ”[written in 1981, but published in 2013]), strangeness (El jardín de al lado) (In English: The Garden Next Door) [1980]) or apprehension (Consejos de un discípulo de Morrison a un fanático de Joyce) (In English: Advice from a Morrison disciple to a Joyce fan) [1983]) in a scenario of exile. Based on what has been said, I note how the figure, the music and even the reading of Bowie, mark three scenes pertaining to the fateful 80s, in which exile appears as an experience to deconstruct any compass opening.

Palavras-chave : David Bowie; Jorge Díaz; José Donoso; Roberto Bolaño; exile.

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