The analysis I propose is about Emiliano Monge's novel Las tierras arrasadas (2015). In this novel the author examines the hell in which the Central American migrants live while crossing the Mexico-United States border. I examine the multiple voices among the narrator, migrant characters, migrant testimonies and some quotes from Dante's Divine Comedy. I specifically focus on the subaltern role in the novel as a victim of traffickers abuses and the ambiguous genre of the text, between testimonial tale and narrative fiction.

The analysis I propose is about Emiliano Monge's novel Las tierras arrasadas (2015). In this novel the author examines the hell in which the Central American migrants live while crossing the Mexico-United States border. I examine the multiple voices among the narrator, migrant characters, migrant testimonies and some quotes from Dante's Divine Comedy. I specifically focus on the subaltern role in the novel as a victim of traffickers abuses and the ambiguous genre of the text, between testimonial tale and narrative fiction.

Voces efímeras: el drama de la migración transfronteriza en México

ALICE FAVARO
2019

Abstract

The analysis I propose is about Emiliano Monge's novel Las tierras arrasadas (2015). In this novel the author examines the hell in which the Central American migrants live while crossing the Mexico-United States border. I examine the multiple voices among the narrator, migrant characters, migrant testimonies and some quotes from Dante's Divine Comedy. I specifically focus on the subaltern role in the novel as a victim of traffickers abuses and the ambiguous genre of the text, between testimonial tale and narrative fiction.
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