La retórica del performance en Diatriba de amor contra un hombre sentado de García Márquez

Priscilla Meléndez
2001 Revista iberoamericana  
W]e are informed that performance, in only one of its many paradoxes, can deconstruct Presence utterly, and empower Absence or powerlessness. Since it is activated by non periodic, nonlinear activities-improvisation, play, transformation, parataxis, game structures-perfomance breaks down the illusion of rational control and power over meaning (and the structural metaphor of argument underlying the text), and substitutes a dispersal of order into disorganization. - Michael Vanden Heuvel,
more » ... den Heuvel, Performing Drama/Dramatizing Performance There is nothing more illusory in performance than the illusion of the unmediated. -Herbert Blau, The Eye of Prey Los estudiosos de la afamada y extensa obra narrativa y periodística del colombiano Gabriel García Márquez (1927) han puesto el énfasis crítico-con sobrada justificaciónen conceptos narratológicos como "lenguaje", "textualidad", "narración", "discurso" y "autoridad", entre muchos otros que permean su obra. Sin embargo, la publicación y
doi:10.5195/reviberoamer.2001.5875 fatcat:m335nsbhl5cl3lhynuulzcsp24