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phenomenon that at fi rst glance and from the point of view of nationalist history is both incomprehensible and inconceivable: racism directed against its Indians. More than thirty years after writing The Labyrinth of Solitude Paz would return to the theme he opened there: “The Indian world was from the beginning of the world the other one, in the strongest meaning of the term 240 | Xavier Rodríguez Ledesma Otherness that for us, the Mexicans, is resolved in identity, distance that is proximity (Paz 1994a: 305). Approaching the study of history (in general) by

. Though he does adduce, in eff ect and eventually, that “Mexicanness will be a mask that, when it falls, will fi nally reveal the man”; and although his is a paradoxically universalistic nationalism – located at the antipodes of the racism towards which the nationalist exaltations of identity tend to reach – it does not cease to be a modern nationalism, as it conceives of the concretization of social life in the form of the imaginary concretization attributed to the subject of this historical enterprise that is the capitalist state. “The human being in his

in modo simile nel racconto Una relazione per un’Acca- 19 | Paul 1994, p. 136. 20 | Jean Paul, Giornale di bordo dell’aeronauta Giannozzo, Milano: Adelphi, 1981. Il rac- conto comparve nel 1801 in appendice a Il Titano (1800–1803). 21 | Fausto De Michele, Il significato dell’insignificante e il romanzo umoristico europeo, in: Il punto su Pirandello, Caltanissetta: Edizioni Lussografica, 2017, p. 86. 22 | Luigi Pirandello, La tragedia di un personaggio, in: Id., Novelle per un anno, vol. I, tomo 1, Milano: Mondadori, 1990, pp. 818–819. Metafore bestiali e metamor

je donne un dîner et après je reçois quelques jeunes ambitieux […]«. 333 S. z.B. S. 242 : »[…] elle approche la fin ponction des fins dans les fins elle décroche et se rac- croche et s’accroche elle reprend sans fin son approche à moins qu’il s’agisse d’un nouveau début inconnu mesdames et messieurs […]« ; S. 250 : »[…] qu’est-ce qu’on peut tirer comme conclusion d’abord un trou dans le temps […]« ; S. 252 : »[…] conclusions possibles mais quel 6 Philippe Sollers’ Paradis (1981) und die Welt als vergöttlichter Text 437 antithetisch-paradoxen Fügungen wird die

: Colette, Paris. Lagarde, André/Michard, Laurent (1988): XXe siècle: Les grands auteurs français. Anthologie et histoire littéraire, Paris. Lepenies, Wolf (1997): Sainte-Beuve. Auf der Schwelle zur Moderne, München/Wien. Link-Heer, Ursula (1983): »Zwischen Ödipus und Anti-Ödipus. Bemer- kungen zur psychoanalytischen Lektüre Prousts«. In: Marcel Proust. Lesen und Schreiben, hg. v. Edgar Maas/Volker Roloff, Köln, S. 67- 83. PROUST, COLETTE/TREUE, FREIHEIT/WEIBLICH, MÄNNLICH 73 Proust, Marcel (1954): A la recherche du temps perdu, hg. v. Pierre Cla- rac

eld. We could also mention its infl uence on Alfred Schutz’s work, and on David Riesman’s The Lonely Crowd. And in the world of literature, on Albert Camus’ The Stranger. The Walls of the Labyrinth | 165 They are instinctive rebels, and North American racism has centered its wrath on them more than once […]. The Pachuco does not want to become Mexican again, at the same time he does not want to blend into the life of North America. His whole being is sheer negative impulse, a tangle of contradictions, an enigma (Paz 1985: 13, 14). Note that the Pachuco, like

that would later produce some of the most interesting discourses of our time.8 Although Paz also conceived of 8 | Theories of multiple modernities must be mentioned here, but also postcolonial theory, as they are all consequences of a critique of modernization theories. 150 | Oliver Kozlarek the pachuco as a kind of rebel against North American culture, he did not credit them with wishing to animate some kind of tradition. Rather, Paz saw the pachucos as, fi rst of all, “instinctive rebels” against which “North American racism has vented its wrath more than

’outre-tombe, Bd. 2: Bücher XIII-XXIV. Neue Ausgabe, hg. von JEAN-CLAUDE BERCHET, Paris [1848] 1998a. DERS., Mémoires d’outre-tombe, Bd. 4: Bücher XXXIV-XLII. Neue Ausgabe, hg. von JEAN-CLAUDE BERCHET, Paris [1848] 1998b. CHILARD, ANNE-SOPHIE, Toussaint Louverture, le défenseur des Noirs d’Haïti, illustr. v. CHRISTIAN EPANYA, Paris 2003. CHIRAC, JACQUES, Conférence de presse conjointe de M. Jacques Chi- rac, Président de la République, et de M. Percival J. Patterson, Pre- mier ministre de la Jamaïque et Président du CARIFORUM, 2000, http

. CLATTERBAUGH, 1990, S. 15-36. Siehe auch CLATTERBAUGH, 1997, S. 17-40. 43 CLATTERBAUGH, 1997, S. 13. Stefan Horlacher 44 weiblich hinterfragt, die African American Men’s Perspective, die sich mit der Verbindung von Rasse, Ethnie und Männlichkeit beschäftigt und argumentiert, „that antiblack racism is a formative feature of hege- monic masculinities“,44 sowie das Evangelical Christian Men’s Move- ment, das sich auf eine enge und konservative Bibelauslegung stützt und traditionelle Rollen fortschreibt beziehungsweise wieder ein- fordert.45 Gerade in den letzten

, che dichiara di esserlo fin dalla copertina, che poteva presentarsi ai lettori solo rivendicando una lingua, una struttura e un autore esplicitamente ibridi. Ce lo imponeva la vicenda, anch’essa meticcia, che abbiamo rac- contato.« (Wu Ming 2/Mohamed Marincola 2012 zit. in http://www.scritturacollettiva. org [08.06.2017]) Postkoloniale Literatur in Italien98 colas Lebensgeschichte vor dem Hintergrund der kolonialen und postkolonia- len Vergangenheit retrospektiv dargestellt. Die Handlung beginnt mit Isabel- las Geburt 1925 in Mogadishu als außereheliche Tochter