Revista de Indias, Vol 78, No 274 (2018)

La lucha de Álvar Núñez Cabeza de Vaca por un discurso validador que confirme su «estatus de cristiano verdadero» como esclavo/cautivo en La Relación (1542)


https://doi.org/10.3989/revindias.2018.020

Ramón Sánchez
Fresno State University, Estados Unidos
orcid http://orcid.org/0000-0002-8963-1137

Resumen


Basado en el manuscrito La Relación (1542) de Cabeza de Vaca, este artículo analiza cómo su discurso, durante el contexto en el que se encuentra cautivo, construye dos clases de cristianos: los falsos y los verdaderos. El trabajo utiliza el concepto de superaddressee de Mikhail Bakhtin, que en un diálogo subordina todo a su definición contextual.

Palabras clave


superaddressee; declaración; cristiano; esclavo/cautivo; redimido; neo-feudal

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