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Revista chilena de literatura

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RUBINO, Atilio Raúl. From the nazi regime to the pharmacopornographic regime. Biopolitics and sexual dissidence in Detlevs Imitationen “Grünspan” by Hubert Fichte. Rev. chil. lit. [online]. 2020, n.102, pp.551-581. ISSN 0718-2295.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0718-22952020000200551.

Despite initially going somewhat unnoticed, today, the novel Detlevs Imitationen “Grünspan” (1971) by Hubert Fichte is seen as a milestone in the post-war narrative. Its double protagonist (Detlev at the end of the war and the first years of the post-war period, and Jäcki during the late sixties) allows for a reading of the ways in which the persecution of sexual dissidence continued in a time of apparent progress in the gathering of differences. In this sense, I am interested in analyzing, particularly in Detlevs Imitationen “Grünspan”, the permanence of the Nazi past in the post-war period in relation to the repression of homosexuality and to the biopolitical production of the human as what is normal and accepted. To this end, I shall especially take the concept of Pharmacopornographic Regime, coined by Paul B. Preciado to explain the control and the disciplining of bodies and subjectivities from the beginning of the post-war period.

Palavras-chave : Hubert Fichte; German post-war novel; Sexual Dissidence; Queer Studies.

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