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Carlos Olivares https://orcid.org/0000-0001-9019-1231

Resumen

En el Evangelio de Lucas acontecen dos eventos en los que Jesús participa. En el primero, un mendigo ciego y anónimo clama por ayuda. En el segundo, un ἀρχιτελώνης llamado Zaqueo tiene la intención de ver a Jesús. Entre los dos eventos existen paralelos y diferencias literarias. Tales similitudes y contrastes están estructurados en relación con los sentidos, contextos espaciales y actitudes verbales. Un análisis de la textura narrativa y sensorial-estética permite establecer dichos conceptos, revelando a dos personajes que en términos narrativos comparten el hecho de encontrarse con el Jesús de Lucas.

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Keywords

Evangelio de Lucas, criticismo narrativo, criticismo socio-retórico, textura narrativa, textura sensorial-estética

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Olivares, C. (2020). El ciego anónimo y el ἀρχιτελώνης Zaqueo: análisis de la textura narrativa y sensorial-estética de Lucas 18,35-19,10. Theologica Xaveriana, 70. https://doi.org/10.11144/javeriana.tx70.cazat
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