Darwin Rodríguez Suazo (Chile, 1988). His performance considers a mixture of experimental narrative texts and literary theorization. He has written short articles on Chilean poetry from the concept of poetic image or staticness. His study interests include the work of Juan Rulfo, Thomas de Quincey and the Kyoto School.
He is currently participating in the joint design of a research project that addresses, among other areas, the semiotics of the fictional text and the construction of discursive categories and interpretations. He has received several grants from the Fondo del Libro y la Lectura de Chile. He is a sociologist (UdeC) and has a master's degree in contemporary Hispanic American literature (UACh).
XVIII International Academic Forum: “Alcances de la imagen poética en Taxi Driver de Egor Mardones“