Traslaciones espaciales en “Puntero izquierdo” de Mario Benedetti y “No le crea” de Andrés Wood


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The comparative analysis is a tool to decode the process of intertextual transfer of the story “Puntero izquierdo” by Mario Benedetti and his film adaptation in Andrés Wood’s Historias de fútbol. This paper shows the referential significance and the authorship of the literary text and the film text. The comparative work shows the process of transformation that takes place in a film adaptation from a different geographic and cultural space.
Keywords Andrés Wood  Mario Benedetti  espacio  literatura y cine latinoamericanos
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