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Title: De-construcciones y ciber-construcciones del cuerpo: gótico y ciencia ficción en La primera calle de la soledad de Gerardo Horacio Porcayo
Authors: Ordiz, Inés
Contact Email: ines.ordiz@stir.ac.uk
Editors: Mendez, NA
Verano, AA
Martinez, SF
Citation: Ordiz I (2016) De-construcciones y ciber-construcciones del cuerpo: gótico y ciencia ficción en La primera calle de la soledad de Gerardo Horacio Porcayo. In: Mendez NA, Verano AA, Martinez SF (ed.). Territorios de la imaginación. Poéticas ficcionales de lo insólito en España y México, Leon, Spain: Universidad de León, pp. 121-130.
Keywords: Gothic Science-Fiction
Cyberpunk
Mexican literature
Horacio Porcayo
Gerardo
abject (Kristeva)
Issue Date: Jun-2016
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