Landscape's Revenge: The ecology of failure in Robert Walser and Bernardo Carvalho

Landscape's Revenge: The ecology of failure in Robert Walser and Bernardo Carvalho

English | EPUB | 2018 | 340 Pages | ISBN : 3110617579 | 4.37 MB

Landscape, as it appears and is described throughout the works of Bernardo Carvalho and Robert Walser, provides an excellent?yet virtually unexplored?pathway to the authors? literary projects.
The landscape functions here as a synthetic and unifying figure that triggers, at first, through the analysis of its description per se, the main and most evident elements of the authors? works. However, when sustained as a methodological figure beyond the scope of its own description, the landscape soon reveals a darker, far more fascinating and far less explored side of the authors? oeuvres: a vengeful, seemingly defeatist resentment against the status quo, which gives way to the more latent and biting elements of the authors? prose, such as irony, the unheimlich, an anti-heroic agenda, the apocalyptic aesthetics of a disaster-prone fictional world, as well as an understanding of history and literature through the figures of failure and marginality.

By drawing from diverse critical traditions from Latin-America and Europe, this comparative text seeks to unravel, in all of its complexity and scope, the fictional stage upon which Walser?s and Carvalho?s characters narrate, with their dying breath, a world that is slowly undoing itself.

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