Fictions of Power and Sex in Graciliano

SERGIO MICELI About the author

ABSTRACT

The article examines three novels by Graciliano Ramos, whose narratives are performed in the first person, nurtured by the writer’s experiences of social decline, emphasizing the erotic and sexual vicissitudes of their leading characters.

KEYWORDS:
Fiction and confession; mimesis and class experience; social decline and literary work

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