Trials and Tribualtins in London Below

Autores/as

  • Irina Rață "Dunărea de Jos" University of Galați

Resumen

Neil Gaiman es un aclamado autor británico de novelas, relatos breves, guiones cinematográficos, novelas gráficas y obras para la radio. Su primera novela, Neverwhere, fue su intento de rellenar los espacios en blanco de la serie de televisión con el mismo nombre, añadiendo todo lo que no podía encajar en el restrictivo formato televisivo. Este artículo analiza la novela a través de la óptica del estructuralismo y el postestructuralismo, con el fin de revelar la crítica social inherente, oculta artísticamente bajo un un juego de imágenes urbanas complejas, estructuras cronotópicas y referencias intertextuales.

Palabras clave

lo fantástico urbano, intertextualidad, cronotopo, Neil Gaiman.

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Biografía del autor/a

Irina Rață, "Dunărea de Jos" University of Galați

Irina Rață is a PhD Candidate in English and American literature, at the University “Dunărea de Jos” of Galați. Her on-going research is titled: Transcending Genre Boundaries with Neil Gaiman. Her research interests are structuralism, poststructuralism, postmodernism, and genre theory.

Publicado

01-11-2017

Cómo citar

Rață, I. (2017). Trials and Tribualtins in London Below. rumal. evista e investigación obre o Fantástico, 5(2), 85–105. https://doi.org/10.5565/rev/brumal.408

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