This article proposes that the childhood in Quezada’s poetry forms a part of a project that tries to rewrite the home loving history of kids from the report and destruction of the false social principle in which they are inserted to construct on his ruins a fable that is a sign of rebelliousness, dissent and freedom. Being represented to his self as an attacked, orphan and illegitimate child speech about his childhood, from the personal history, to raise alternatives to the procedure and customs that the official History dictates, it does not treat or scarcely has it ignored. Thus, his fable acquires practical sense, in all that the moralizing message that stops is an act of justice for this doubly damaged childhood, on having been also out of the law of the language.
|Translated title of the contribution||Jaime Quezada: To be born out of the law. Illegitimacy and justice|
|Number of pages||16|
|State||Published - Dec 2016|