Polémicas en torno a las representaciones políticas de combatientes de Malvinas: Estrategias de desnaturalización de figuraciones hegemónicas en "Todo el poder a Lady Di" de N. Perlonggher y Los pichiciegos de R. Fogwill

María Eva Belmonte, María Lidia Fassi
2012 Recial  
This paper seeks to describe strategies denature and interpret modes of representation of subaltern subjects who participated in the historic event, cultural and political development of the Falklands War -Falklands-fighters-, in speeches that 21 engage in explicit and implicit polemics interdiscourse. We focus our reading at the time of explosion of the war and we read constructing national identities and subjectivities-hegemonic discourse devised to legitimize military confrontation, through
more » ... rontation, through the development of symbolic-discursive affiliations with Mayo (depending on the version of the Mitre history) and the temporality of the nation. Parallel in the 80s, the regime of significance of militar discourse had a counterpoint discurse in the essay "All Power to Lady Di", the Perlongher´s novel and in Pichiciegos of R. Fogwill, voices that break the homogeneity of the hegemonic discourse identity: they represent the subaltern subjects as outside the mandate and the duty imposed for the dictatorial state – which had figurated them as the defenders of "be national" -and denature through hegemonic representations humor (irony) and the construction of new collective identification.
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