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The Echo of Tlatelolco in Contemporary Mexican Protest Poetry

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Artículo de revistaCarpenter, Victoria  The Echo of Tlatelolco in Contemporary Mexican Protest Poetry. [Trad. El Eco de Tlatelolco en la Poesía Mexicana Contemporánea de Protesta] Bulletin of Latin American Research, 2005 vol. 24 no. 4 p. 496-512. Palabras claves:

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The shooting of a student demonstration in La Plaza de las Tres Culturas in the Tlatelolco district of Mexico City on 2 October 1968 has been the subject of many literary works, among which the Tlatelolco poetry addresses not only the event itself but also the aftermath of the massacre. Both approaches examine the relationship between the 'yo'/'nosotros' and 'ellos' constructs, focusing on the 'nosotros' construct as the result of this interaction. The following analysis of this process is based on the theory of self and Other, especially René Girard's theory of the mimetics of violence and the process of scapegoating as a basis for the relationship between the individual and society within the context of a violent conflict.

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