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The purpose of this thesis is to show in Rojo, amarillo y verde, the novel by Alejandro Saravia, the experience of a Latin American exiled in Canada during the 1980´s. This experience is revealed in this novel in relation to the tradition of Myth and Archive in Latin American literature, using the works of Roberto González Echevarría as a theoretical base. Special emphasis is given to the challenges the storyline faces in order to show how, through polyphony, the characters outline the changingdoi:10.11575/prism/27676 fatcat:aukz55yj5naxrlmjgvjmh4azdu