Starting from Ricardo Lisias’s criticism of the book by Luiz Ruffato "Eles Eram Muitos Cavalos", this article examines the use of fragmentary and non-linear language employed in fiction to translate the organization of the urban space in the city of São Paulo and to describe the experience of citizenship in a context of disjunctive democracy.

DE MARCHIS, G. (2016). Narrar uma Cidade Obscena. AFLUENTE, 1(2), 222-233.

Narrar uma Cidade Obscena

DE MARCHIS, GIORGIO
2016-01-01

Abstract

Starting from Ricardo Lisias’s criticism of the book by Luiz Ruffato "Eles Eram Muitos Cavalos", this article examines the use of fragmentary and non-linear language employed in fiction to translate the organization of the urban space in the city of São Paulo and to describe the experience of citizenship in a context of disjunctive democracy.
DE MARCHIS, G. (2016). Narrar uma Cidade Obscena. AFLUENTE, 1(2), 222-233.
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