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Cuadernos del Sur. Filosofía

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CROTTI, Norma Edith. En el cruce entre literatura, historia y filosofía: la crónica, ¿un texto eminente?. Cuad. Sur, Filos. [online]. 2006, n.35, pp. 59-79. ISSN 1668-7434.

This work proposes a critical study of Roberto Arlt, Rodolfo Walsh, Juan Gelman and Héctor Tizón's journalistic articles, based upon the theory of Hans-Georg Gadamer's art conception. Such articles, compiled into books, separated from their origin and from the journals where they first appeared, claim for their own validity. Unlike the news that pretend to have the truth in their statements concerning the facts they refer to and the knowledge they transmit, these articles (mostly chronicles of facts), joining fact and fiction, become enigmatic in the point where both aspects conflict and build an interpretation space that does not exhaust in concepts. What does the question about the truth in these journalistic articles imply? Though referentiality does not have a secondary place, these chronicles seem to be free from having to answer that question, and have an autonomy that does not mean distance from life. In the play between facts and their narrativization the real reference is not betrayed, but approached in a different way. The cyclical subjects about a man and all men that survive in the tradition, are interwoven between past and present, subjectivity and society, from the word that opens to a constant creation of meanings in chronicles which, in spite of their referentiality, have their own entity; they can be thought as a whole, as texts pretending to have an autonomous truth.

Palavras-chave : Chronical; Referentiality; Own entity.

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