About the Journal
Triangle was born in 2010 with the aim of promoting interdisciplinary research in the fields of linguistics, literary studies and computer science. Intedisciplinarity and collaboration between different areas of knowledge improve results and allow progress in any field of knowledge. Therefore, Triangle intends to disseminate original, relevant, innovative and high-quality papers in the space of confluence of those three research areas.
Triangle volume 20 includes four articles. The first two papers are located in the field of literary studies and deal with three women authors: Teresa Wilms Montt, Alejandra Pizarnik and María Zambrano. The third paper presents an interdisciplinary work in which linguistics and literature collaborate in the arduous task of literary translation. The last paper deals with the study of the Egyptian language from Plato's philosophical naturalism and Ockham's nominalism.