Displaced Identities and Traveling Texts in Luisa Valenzuela's Black Novel (With Argentines)

@article{Loustau2008DisplacedIA,
  title={Displaced Identities and Traveling Texts in Luisa Valenzuela's Black Novel (With Argentines)},
  author={Laura R. Loustau},
  journal={Studies in Twentieth-and Twenty-First Century Literature},
  year={2008},
  volume={32},
  pages={4}
}
  • Laura R. Loustau
  • Published 2008
  • Sociology
  • Studies in Twentieth-and Twenty-First Century Literature
In Luisa Valenzuela's Black Novel (With Argentines) Roberta and Agustin, the main characters, cross geographic, physical, psychological, sexual and textual borders in order to regain their own writing space, one which would allow them to narrate their own past. Themes that include exile, memory, and literary and artistic creations are presented from a theatrical and deterritorialized space. In Black Novel the city of New York is the stage where the characters/actors create and mix together… Expand