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Pablo Palacio was an Ecuadorian writer who, in the 1920's, built within his narrative a catalog of rare bodies with ambiguous and disturbing sexualities, characterizations that are quite different from ones portrayed in the Andean tradition to which Palacio belongs. Nonetheless one of the most issues striking facts of these characters is that their bodies are disciplined by certain discourses of power in a violent way. This paper explores trough literary theory such abuse and violence on womendoaj:27b4e09cf19645e393837746c9ba997d fatcat:ymid3qbx3vgurafzkd4wdsi5ma