Cuad. CILHA  vol.12 issue2; Abstract: S1852-96152011000200009

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COLOMBO, Stella Maris. Microfiction and the fantastic: a prolific articulation. Cuad. CILHA [online]. 2011, vol.12, n.2, pp. 71-79. ISSN 1852-9615.

A vast segment of micro fiction is comprised of texts that explore the ways of the fantastic. In order to examine some samples of such alliance, I focused on three books by Argentinean writers that have made interesting contributions in that creative field: El gate de Cheshire (1965), by Enrique Anderson Impart; Libra de los cases (1975), by Angel Booming and Los stenos de Medusa (1981), by Emilio Sosa Lopez.

Keywords : Microfiction; Fantastic; El gato de Cheshire; Libro de los Casos; Los sueños de Medusa.

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