Identidades múltiples. Hibridismo cultural y social en la narrativa hispanounidense de los siglos XX y XXI
This study explores the configuration of the Hispanic migrant in a corpus of eight contemporary US Latinx novels written in Spanish, in which migration to and from the United States is represented in various ways. From a literary and gender approach, the concept of hybridity, which can be applied to different processes such as cultural, social and sexual fusion, is reinterpreted. The monograph analyzes the positions of the individuals represented in these texts, between the American dream and the process of (inverted) culture shock, in order to emphasize the formation of multiple identities throughout all stages of migration. It also aims to show how these works attempt to give voice to a community that is often silenced, letting speak the authors themselves of different gender, sexual orientation and coming from several Latin American countries such as: Mexico, Honduras, Colombia, Peru, Bolivia, Chile, Cuba and Puerto Rico.