J.K. Rowling la gran desconocida de la crítica literaria anglosajona: ¿contaminaciones culturales? J.K. Rowling, the most unknown of the Anglo-Saxon Literary Criticism: cultural pollutions?

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  • Luz Gonzalez Vinuesa Universidad de Sevilla. Facultad de Filología

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https://doi.org/10.12795/ricl.v0i22.9122

Resumen

Resumen

En ocasiones, la valoración literaria de un autor parece clara y asumida no solo por la audiencia sino, también, por la Academia. Sin embargo, al mirar de cerca esta valoración, su metodología y sus fuentes, las razones por las cuales se tilda de “bueno” o “malo” a un autor pueden quedar muy diluidas o, a veces, invisibles. Este es el caso de J.K. Rowling. Los resultados de este estudio sugieren posibles contaminaciones culturales como motivo último del escrache a la obra de esta autora, quizás la gran desconocida en su faceta más puramente literaria.

Palabras clave: monocultura, multicultural, transcultural, dificultad social.

Abstract

            Sometimes, a writer’s literary assessment appears to be crystal clear and it is assumed not only by the audience but also by the Academia. However, when looking closely at its evaluation, its methodology and its sources, the reasons why it is labelled as ‘good’ or ‘bad’ remain blurry or, most of the times, invisible. This is the case of J.K. Rowling. Findings of this research suggest possible cultural pollutions as the ultimate reason for the boycott of this author’s work, who might be the most unknown regarding her literary facet.

            Key words: monoculture, multicultural, transcultural, social dis-ease.


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Biografía del autor/a

Luz Gonzalez Vinuesa, Universidad de Sevilla. Facultad de Filología

Doctoranda en Estudios Filológicos

Literatura y Cultura en Lengua Inglesa

Universidad de Sevilla

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