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The book, Semiotics of the Body; Bandits and Criminals in 20th century literature, reviews critically and contextually some stories and chronicles of the 20th century to establish their decisive importance in the construction of identities marginalized by power and institutionality in the early 20th century. We know that current studies on the Semiotics of the Body have given value to the premise that considers the body as the basis of all enunciative action, especially when a discourse or cultural practice disseminates its affections, actions or passions as a radical condition of its own significance. This means that the body represented or created through fiction is not conceived as an empty "container" or "packaging" but as a materialization of everything that allows and radically defines the way we inhabit the world and generate meaning.Vis mere
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