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Francisco Solano López : « el héroe máximo de la nación paraguaya »

Carla FERNANDES
Caravelle (1988-)
No. 72, HÉROS ET NATION EN AMÉRIQUE LATINE (Juin 1999), pp. 57-71
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/40853633
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Francisco Solano López : « el héroe máximo de la nación paraguaya »
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Abstract

Le destin du personnage historique F. Solano López coïncide avec une étape difficile pour la nation paraguayenne : la Guerre de la Triple Alliance. Ce travail, basé sur l'oeuvre littéraire de Augusto Roa Bastos — en particulier Hijo de hombre‚ « El sonámbulo » et El Fiscal — a pour objectif de montrer les liens que la fiction littéraire construit et dé-construit entre héros et nation. El destino histórico de F. Solano López coincide con una etapa difícil de la nación paraguaya: la Guerra de la Triple Alianza. Este estudio basado en la obra literaria de A. Roa Bastos — Hijo de hombre‚ « El sonámbulo » y El Fiscal— trata de mostrar los vínculos que la ficción literaria construye y desconstruye entre héroe y nación. The fate experienced by the historical character F. Solano López runs parallel to a difficult stage experienced by the Paraguayan nation: the Triple Alliance War. This essay, based on the literary work of Augusto Roa Bastos — especially Hijo de hombre‚ « El sonámbulo » and El Fiscal— aims at showing the connection between hero and nation constructed and deconstructed by fiction.

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