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No horror in the bang

Abstract

Alguien muere, pero resulta que ese alguien se quería morir, no de manera figurativa, ni por resignación, ni porque tenga una predilección por lo teatral, sino porque no quería seguir vivo. Este trabajo de grado explora la muerte voluntaria ante la confrontación al absurdo de la vida, como una posibilidad válida y racional que opera bajo sistemas lógicos distintos a los del orden dictado por la vida. La protagonista de esta novela gráfica es cuestionada en su cotidianidad por su inconsciente, materializado en la figura de un acompañante imaginario, en relación a su papel en el suicidio de un cercano a ella, y a los mecanismos de manejo del duelo adoptados por la protagonista. Esta pieza aborda la muerte voluntaria teniendo en cuenta, principalmente, las perspectivas de Jean Améry, Albert Camus y Martín Heidegger, utilizando humor negro y la fusión entre lo real y lo imaginario, lo pasado y lo presente, como herramientas narrativas para desarrollar la historia.Somebody dies, but turns out that somebody wanted to, not figuratively, ñor out of resignation, ñor because that somebody has a predilection of theatrical scenarios, but only because it does not want to keep living. This degree paper explores voluntary death as a valid and rational decisión when confronted by the nonsensical logic of life. The main character of this graphic novel is questioned throughout her daily life by her unconscious about her role in the suicide of a cióse one, as well as how she has managed her grief. This work discusses voluntary death mainly based on the philosophical views of Jean Améry, Albert Camus und Martin Heidegger; and it uses dark humor and the merge of real and imaginary, past and present as a narrative tool to lead the story

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Last time updated on 06/05/2019

This paper was published in Biblioteca Digital Icaro.

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