Eidos, No 12

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For a hermeneutical awareness of the historical meaning of "One hundred years of solitude". [Spanish]

Juan Moreno Blanco

Abstract


This paper presents the current crossroads of the interpretation of the most famous novel by Gabriel García Márquez accounting for, on one hand, a tradition of interpretation that, from a certain idea of “national”, relates the meaning of the work to an exhaustion of history and, on the other hand, proposing the conditions of possibility for another interpretation, namely, another tradition of interpretation from which to read the novel in order to find in it another meaning in relation to history. The argument is based on principles of the hermeneutics of Hans-Georg Gadamer and Paul Ricoeur.


Keywords

Hermeneutics of the text, prewriting of the meaning, interpretative tradition, Gabriel García Marquez, Colombian literatura.

Type

Artículo de investigación científica y tecnológica

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Electronic ISSN: 2011-7477
Department of Humanities and Philosophy
Universidad del Norte
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