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Exil și violență în proza lui Roberto Bolaño

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Exile and Violence in Roberto Bolaño’s Fiction

One of the most important Latin American writers of the present, the Chilean Roberto Bolaño (1853 – 2003) was always preoccupied by the profound significance of exile within his work – and life. Born in Santiago de Chile but spending his childhood and adolescence in Mexico, where his family had moved in 1968, Bolaño had a tumultuous existence, many interpreters comparing it to a suspense novel. Talking about “literature and exile”, the author expressed his faith in fiction, but also in the capacity of any great writer to truly understand its meanings. For him, literature and art, in general, was not only an aesthetic solution to the challenges of daily life, but the most perfect way to analyze them and to make the readers comprehend the significance of their own existence and fully discover their inner (and true) self.

Keywords: Latin American fiction, violence, exile, identity, mask.

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