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Una novela criminal de Jorge Volpi: desmontando las fake news de las autoridades mexicanas

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Una novela criminal de Jorge Volpi : desmontando las fake news de las autoridades mexicanas. / Martin, Diana González.

In: Bulletin of Contemporary Hispanic Studies, Vol. 2, No. 1, 2020, p. 17-31.

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Martin DG. Una novela criminal de Jorge Volpi: desmontando las fake news de las autoridades mexicanas. Bulletin of Contemporary Hispanic Studies. 2020;2(1):17-31. doi: 10.3828/bchs.2020.2

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Martin, Diana González. / Una novela criminal de Jorge Volpi : desmontando las fake news de las autoridades mexicanas. In: Bulletin of Contemporary Hispanic Studies. 2020 ; Vol. 2, No. 1. pp. 17-31.

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abstract = "The tension between reality and fiction supports all artistic genres. Una novela criminal (2018) by Jorge Volpi, which belongs to the non-fiction novel genre, established by Rodolfo Walsh with Operaci{\'o}n masacre (1957) and Truman Capote with In Cold Blood (1966), delves into this tension in order to dismantle the manipulation by the authorities of the Vallarta-Cassez judicial case. Instead of resolving the case, Volpi{\textquoteright}s investigation has exposed the abuse of power by the Mexican state against the most vulnerable people. Acknowledging that he is not in control of a non-fiction plot, Volpi gives the reader the aesthetic and ethical role of questioning conventional power structures and becoming aware of the importance of transforming certain unjust realities of Mexican society.",
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