Churata y la narrativa indigenista: del indigenismo ortodoxo hacia el metaindigenismo

Marco Thomas Bosshard

Abstract


El presente artículo analiza varios textos indigenistas de Gamaliel Churata ("El gamonal", "Tojjras" y El pez de oro) comparándolos con los tópicos de la narrativa indigenista de autores como Alcides Arguedas, Jorge Icaza, Ciro Alegría y José María Arguedas. Se observa que la narrativa de Churata plasma una especie de metaindigenismo que trasciende los indigenismos ortodoxos antes de que estos se hubieran establecido.

The present article analyses several indigenist texts by Gamaliel Churata ("El gamonal", "Tojjras" y El pez de oro), comparing these with themes in indigenist fiction written by authors such as Alcides Arguedas, Jorge Icaza, Ciro Alegría and José María Arguedas. It observes that Churata’s writing gives expression to a type of meta-indigenism that transcends orthodox indigenisms before these had been established. 

 

 


Keywords


Gamaliel Churata, indigenismo, narrativa, fiction, indigenism



DOI: https://doi.org/10.5195/bsj.2014.94

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