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Revista chilena de literatura

versión On-line ISSN 0718-2295


MARISTANY, José Javier. A girl at the border: lineages, erasures and dissident gender in the poetry of Osvaldo Lamborghini. Rev. chil. lit. [online]. 2019, n.99, pp.275-302. ISSN 0718-2295.

Osvaldo Lamborghini’s poetry has been scarcely visited by the critics who have focused mainly on his work in “prose”. The aim of this work is to make a brief tour of some of his poems, published and unpublished, since there, through writing, a particular subject is configured: one that defines family and poetic lineages, carries out deletions in the rewriting of his own work and finally becomes the transgender voice of a transvestite. On the other hand, in these poems, we find some novel statements that allow us to problematize certain ideas subtending Lamborguinian works in relation to (trans) sexuality, desire and the body, and their dominant and dissident forms. Finally, if the critics have emphasized the Lacanian imprint in Lamborghini’s writing, we propose to review the discursive horizon that made possible the emergence of this fluctuating lyrical ego, and divert attention to the figure of Julia Kristeva who develops in her thesis on poetic language, the theory of the subject in process.

Palabras clave : Osvaldo Lamborghini; Poetry; Gender; Dissidence; Subject in process.

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