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Meaning of trimalciato by John Rene Plaut

John Rene Plaut


TRIMALCIATO jitanjáfora, part of the gíglico language created by Julio Cortázar in his novel Rayuela, chapter 68. As such, it has no more meaning than what the reader wants to give it. It is understood, however, that it is a question of describing a sexual act between the protagonists. The trimalciate of ergomanina could be a deflecado scourer (the filulas de cariaconcia), an allegory of the state of the man after dabbling long in the sex of the woman.

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