Indigenous Bodies, Unwritten Desires: A Reading of Sukirtharani’s “Body Poetry”

Leyendo la "poesía corporal" de Sukirtharani

Palabras clave: Dalit literature, Tamil poetry, Body, Desire, Indigeneity, Caste, Gender Studies, Indian Literature, Female writing, Sukirtharani

Resumen

Este artículo tiene como objetivo conocer las experiencias psicosomáticas de una comunidad indígena marginada, la tamil dalit, a través de la lectura y el análisis de obras recientes de su literatura contemporánea. En específico, se centra en la obra de la poeta Sukirtharani, figura prominente dentro de la poesía tamil-cristiana dalit, y quien ha esculpido el género denominado “Poesía corporal”. La interrelación entre el deseo, la casta y el cuerpo es un territorio todavía insuficientemente estudiado. Este artículo es un acercamiento al tema.

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2020-11-30