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Trilogía del Infinito

Texto de Angélica Liddell

If we were to establish a classic plot line, we would be talking about the story of a woman who wishes to kill herself and kill others since she was born. By the hand of poets Emily Dickinson and Sylvia Plath, or the cannibal and writer Issei Sagawa, she releases her homicidal tendencies and her true desires through fiction. All her anguish comes from the dilemma that is established between word and action, that is, between poetry and life. How to transform real violence into poetry to get in touch with our true nature? For Angelica Liddell, the human being can only be created by destroying it. That is, breaking the law through poetry.

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