Dissertações/Teses

2022
Dissertações
1
  • SILVIA APARECIDA ZAGONEL SILVA
  • Translation and HQ adaptation of William Shakespeare's canon Hamlet, Prince of Denmark: a necessary analysis

  • Orientador : ALEXANDRE MARIOTTO BOTTON
  • Data: 28/02/2022


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  • The present work has as its object of analysis the work Hamlet, Prince of Denmark, by William Shakespeare, which was translated and adapted into comics by Wellington Srbeck and illustrated by Alex Shibao. As this adaptation is intended for children and youth, it raised the following question: was the product of this transposition from the theater play genre to the comic strip genre able to preserve and transmit the peculiarities inherent to the texts of the English bard? Another question raised was related to the reader's competence of the target audience. Thus, the first chapter discussed the work with literature in the classroom, since the school was entrusted with the task of, among other things, being the mediator between students and literary works. Therefore, throughout the first chapter, the role of the school and how teachers use canonical texts in the construction of the necessary reading skills in the formation of competent and perennial readers was analyzed. As the text was translated from English to Portuguese, it was considered important to address the issue of the challenges of literary translation, since transposing from one language to another runs the risk of harming the text of source. The translator is responsible for delivering a quality product, but the resulting text can stray too far from the initial text, often becoming another work. In this second chapter, the concepts of literal translation and free translation, transcreation and adaptation were also explained. In the third chapter, the focus was on comic books, or comics, analyzing concepts related to the conception of comics as art or literature, adaptations of classic comics, ending up dialoguing with theorists about the analysis of comics, focusing on Groensteen's theory, given that during the intended analysis, many of its concepts were used. The last chapter effectively analyzed the comic book produced by Srbeck, comparing it with the translation by Millôr Fernandes and, at times, also with the text in English. It was possible to notice that the adapter was concerned with keeping its translation as close as possible to the boot text, as well as most scenes, making few changes. However, it was found that some sentences and monologues were not included in the comic book version, either because of the limitations that the genre offers or because of Srbeck's choices, who may have considered that the child-juvenile reader would not have sufficient maturity to understand the deeper or philosophical lines . The end of the analysis brought the perception of a translation and adaptation made easier for the target audience, ensuring a fluid reading, but not contemplating all the richness present in the original text. It may be that, in the future, the child reader will have the opportunity to read the full text and, then, will be able to learn more about Shakespeare's abilities to speak about the essence of the human being.

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  • IZABEL DA SILVA RICCI
  • Não há.

  • Orientador : AROLDO JOSE ABREU PINTO
  • Data: 30/03/2022


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  • This work presents the results of a research developed at the André Luiz da Silva Reis, State School, in Cuiabá, in the State of Mato Grosso, which aimed to analyze the reception of students with the stories “A Menina dos Fósforos” and “O Terceiro Irmão” and the production of these narratives, which are part of the work Estação Primeira (São Paulo: Scipione, 1996) by contemporary writer Ricardo de Medeiros Ramos, by students in the 9th year of Elementary School. For that, we use the Theory of Aesthetics of Reception, by Hans Robert Jauss (1994), and the Theory of Effect, by Wolfgang Iser (1996), as a basic theoretical foundation. As a methodology, the Reception Method by Bordini and Aguiar (1993) was used, through which we sought to observe the horizon of expectations of the group of students interviewed. In addition to the observations inherent to the method, socioeconomic and sociocultural questionnaires were applied to the students, as well as interviews with closed and open questions. In this sense, the work in question proves to be relevant since the object of the research was the reception of literary reading in the context of teaching and the compositional analysis of texts, which proved to be essential for the effective training of students, since it is understood the literature, in this work as a human right and essential for its confirmation as a human being and citizen, based on what Antônio Candido (2011) proposed and, also, the school as a mediating space for the formation of readers, as predicted by Zilberman (1989). It could be observed that the students participating in the research had an apparent difficulty with the reading of the texts, especially the text “The Third Brother”, because, despite being by the same author, the structure and the theme are different. However, they promoted in some people the de-automatization in relation to reading, activating the imagination, meeting, in part, the need for fiction and fantasy, as recommended by Jauss; to make possible the crossing of the horizon of expectations of the text and the reader, however the aesthetic effect of the texts proved to be incipient. Thus, they met the horizon of expectations of the students, with moments of rupture and questioning, but we were not successful with the expansion of the horizon of expectations. It was found that the mediation of literary reading supported by the Aesthetics of Reception and Effect and the Reception Method was essential to promote the encounter of students with different plots and facilitated the interpretation of the most apparent layer, leading them to agree and/or to oppose the ideas contained therein, according to their beliefs, experiences and little reading experience.

Teses
1
  • JEOVANI LEMES DE OLIVEIRA
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  • Data: 31/03/2022


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  • The purpuse of this thesis is the study of the classical Japanese work Kokinshū, noting that it is a precursor of aspects that typify Japanese lyric poetry. The guiding principle that will move the arguments is the assumption that the work Kokinshūreflects animic characteristics of Japanese aesthetics that constitute indelible presences in later Productions, especially in the representative haiku. It is intended to highlight and illuminate the singularities of the work that are configured in specificities of Japanese lyrical production. Classic arguments about the work and modern critical trends will be taken into account. What are called classical arguments here are mainly the studies of W. G. Aston and Donald Keene, in addition to Portuguese scholars, suck as Wesceslau de Moraes. The relationship between the work and the cultural and historical aspects will be observed starting from the assumptions established by Yuri Lotman and the presence of semiological, phenomenological and semiotic principles; those marked by the contribution of Yuri Lotman. The contribution of A. G. Greimas and Denis Bertrand, regarding the semiotic presence; Roland Barthes in relation to semiology and, in relation to phenomenology, the contribution of the Japanese philosopher Tetsuro Watsuji is added. Regarding poetry itself, the contributions of several poets will be observed, with emphasis on the poet and editor Ki no Tsutayuki and the poet Miss Ise. Kanajo, na essay that Ki no Tsurayuki published concomitantly with the collection, contributes to the study od poetic production by observing the origins and cultural aspects that support it; in addition, it exposes essential aspects of Japanese poetry. Aspects that are observable in the poems Tsurayuki who, like the other organizers of the collection, has poems published in it. Ki no Tsurayuki’s arguments in the essay he published along with the collection foreshadow aesthetic principles that have echoed in poetry through the ages. Ki no Tsurayuki’s contribution to Japanese literature goes beyond these two aspects, since the author is also a precursor of the literary travel diary. The female contribuition to the Japanese literature of the Heian Era is an aspect worth mentioning, especially because we are talking about the 10th and 11th centuries of the Christian era, and in this period, nowhere else on the planet was there a literary contribution as intense as that of Japanese poets. In the work Kokinshū this contribution was quite democratic, since it has poems wirtten by princesses and concubines, servants, prostitutes. The thesis aims not only to discuss the poetry of Kokinshū, but also to awaken to the need for knowledge about classical Japanese literature. 

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  • ELAIR DE CARVALHO
  • THE FEMININE AS A NARRATIVE STRATEGY IN THE NOVELS OF JOSÉ SARAMAGO (CAIN) AND RICARDO GUILHERME DICKE (GOD OF CAIN).
  • Orientador : AGNALDO RODRIGUES DA SILVA
  • Data: 14/04/2022


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2021
Dissertações
1
  • DENISE APARECIDA FERREIRA VIDAL HAMMES
  • ETHICAL AND AESTHETIC ANALYSIS OF THE STORIES OF BRAZILIAN ANA MARIA MACHADO

  • Orientador : ALEXANDRE MARIOTTO BOTTON
  • Data: 11/02/2021


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  • The present research project aims to analyze the ethical content and aesthetic form of Ana Maria Machado's work in the collection of four volumes of Histórias à Brasileira, using the selected stories as corpus, although not exclusively. The short stories call attention because the author used techniques originating from the traditional oral narrative and rework in written form with a particular touch. The narrative procedure practiced by the author in the retelling process will be analyzed, especially in the aesthetic aspects that bring it closer and / or distance it from the popular narrative tradition, under its skill and creativity in the task of directing the stories retold to the child audience, the formation of ethics originated in popular wisdom that can still be built from reading the retelling. It presents a brief analysis of Walter Benjamin's concepts of mimesis and childhood, in which the author calls into question children's learning through the mimetic capacity when realizing their knowledge of the world with the permanent exercise of imagination, fantasy and sensitivity.

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  • ANA CLÁUDIA REIS
  • RECEPTION OF THE LITERARY WORK: GENDER EMPOWERMENT IN LUIZ PUNTEL'S BIG SUGAR WORKS AND MARINA COLASSANTI'S WEAVER WEAVER
  • Data: 01/03/2021


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  • The present work aims to analyze how the work Açúcar Amargo (2001) by Luiz Puntel and the short story A Moça Tecelã (1999) by Marina Colasanti was received by students of the 8th grade of Elementary School of the Parecis State School of Campo Novo do Parecis, aiming to learn about female empowerment through the habit of reading in the aforementioned male and female students. This empowerment allows women to be a subject of rights. Five reading workshops were held in the class, based on the didactic sequence of Rildo Cosson (2018). For these sequences, we used the works mentioned above, the film Valente and the text 10 empowered women who in 2015 proved that it is worth fighting in order to visualize women in different situations. We also observed how students interact and dialogue with the narratives in the school routine. To support our work, we sought theoretical and critical support from some researchers, who recently discussed this issue, namely: Jauss (1994), André (2004), Coelho (1982, 2000, 2012), Naspoline (1996), Antunes (2003), Lajolo (2007), Zilberman (1984, 1986, 1990, 2005, 2007, 2009), Aguiar and Bordini (1993), Candido (2000, 2006, 2011), Colomer (2003, 2007, 2017) among others to understand the topic. After the application of the workshops and the analysis, we realized that the students relate the work to the experiences they know in life, through a relative or through himself. The literary work dialogues with the reader making him feel part of the story.

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  • Luan Paredes Almeida Alves
  • Não há.

  • Orientador : WALNICE APARECIDA MATOS VILALVA
  • Data: 02/03/2021


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  • Não há.

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  • ALZINÉIA MONTEIRO DE OLIVEIRA
  • não informado

  • Orientador : AGNALDO RODRIGUES DA SILVA
  • Data: 03/03/2021


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  • FELIPE EVERSOM CAMARGO PONTES
  • Em construção

  • Orientador : AROLDO JOSE ABREU PINTO
  • Data: 10/05/2021


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  • Discussions about the formation of readers in Brazil have been part of academic circles in the areas of language and education for decades, and seem to be far from over. Ensuring access to quality reading, forming a taste for reading, reading mediation processes, training teachers and other mediators are some of the issues raised by both Brazilian research groups and public education bodies. With this research, we seek to collaborate for the possible answers to some of these problems. Thus, we analyzed the largest and most important reading incentive program in Brazil today, Programa Nacional do Livro Didático (PNLD), in its most recent announcement, from the year 2020, which made literary works available for the second segment of elementary education (6th to 9th year) for all public schools in the country. In this sense, we analyzed the consolidation of this program in Brazil, from a historical perspective, relating to the previous programs, as well as the aesthetic quality of three literary works selected by the public notice in question: O menino que caiu no buraco (2004), by Ivan Jaf, A guardiã dos segredos de família (2011), by Stela Maris Rezende, and Lola e Ervilha (2004), by Annette Mierswa. The study of these works was carried out based on the notion of structural reduction proposed by Antonio Candido (2011), in addition, it sought to understand how the child and youth character is understood in these narratives from his historical situation, according to Ariès (1981) and Zilberman (2005).

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  • KARINA APARECIDA JUSTINO TONIASSO
  • não informado

  • Orientador : ISAAC NEWTON ALMEIDA RAMOS
  • Data: 31/05/2021


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  • PAMELA LORENA CALENTE MATTOS LINS
  • Não há.

  • Orientador : ISAAC NEWTON ALMEIDA RAMOS
  • Data: 01/06/2021


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  • Não há.

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  • SIMONI RODRIGUES DOS SANTOS
  • Não há.

  • Orientador : ISAAC NEWTON ALMEIDA RAMOS
  • Data: 02/06/2021


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  • Não há.

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  • SANDRA FRANÇA MEIRA
  • Não há.

  • Orientador : MADALENA APARECIDA MACHADO
  • Data: 07/06/2021


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  • Não há.

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  • FÁBIO JÚNIO VIEIRA DA SILVA
  • não informado

  • Orientador : WALNICE APARECIDA MATOS VILALVA
  • Data: 24/06/2021


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  • não informado

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  • ALINE JACINTO TOFANELLI
  • THE REPRESENTATIONS OF HOMOAFFECTIVENESS IN THE CONTEMPORARY CHILD LITERATURE BY WALCYR CARRASCO AND RUBEM ALVES
  • Data: 30/07/2021


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  • In this work, we propose a study of the tales O gato que gostava de cenoura (2012), by Rubem Alves, and Meus dois pais (2010), by Walcyr Carrasco, in order to discuss how these authors, in a ludic manner, approach the homoaffectivity thematic in children’s’ books, since we are in front of a theme that is still considered a taboo, especially in regard of its presentation to kids. The texts by the authors, corpus of analysis, intend, in a broad manner, to deconstruct the homoaffectivity stereotypes and stigmas. We aim to draw a parallel between the author’s tales, and topics which generate discussion, such as heteronormativity, patriarchalism, homoaffective identity and other concepts, to later reflect on such classifications, analyzing which are the traits in those fictional texts that enable the child reader to reflect on sexual diversity. In this regard, we perceive that tales bring to the child universe problematics cultivated by prejudice, such as rejection inside the school, family and social environments, and through knowledge and dialog, in both stories, the prejudice was decimated, the ignorance was put aside and a way was cleared for our society to accept and respect sexual diversity.

     

     

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  • ANTONIA RODRIGUES DA CRUZ
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  • Orientador : AROLDO JOSE ABREU PINTO
  • Data: 17/09/2021


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  • The research which embodies this dissertation was developed with the aim of analyzing the strategies used by the author Lygia Bojunga Nunes from the interactionist perspective of language and reception aesthetics to evoke the reader's participation in the literary work. In the novel which served as the corpus of this analysis, Sapato de Salto (2006), it is clear that the communicative verbal action is socially oriented as it deals with fracturing themes such as sexual abuse, prostitution, pedophilia, homo-affection, domestic violence, without being erotic, lewd or vulgar though, allowing the young person to go on attributing meanings and building meanings to the reading at the same time he is captured for it. For this, we tried to identify discursive, symbolic and intertextual signs in Sapato de Salto (2006) which intertwined with the personal and professional maturity of the writer in constant interaction with her audience, allowing critical and humanizing provocation effects on those who read it. Our studies were based on the theorists Mikhail Bakhtin (1993, 1997, 2003, 2006, 2010), Hans Robert Jauss (1994), Wolfgang Iser (1996), Brazilian researchers and essayists Aguiar & Bordini (1988), Marisa Lajolo (2007, 2011), Regina Zilberman (2007, 2011, 2012), Perrone-Moisés (1990) and in the exponent of Brazilian literary criticism, Antônio Cândido (1972, 1988, 2004, 2006, 2009), among others. It could be verified that Lygia Bojunga endorses the thesis of social interactionism and the aesthetics of reception in reading and literature, as it was found, in  Sapato de Salto, dialogism between work and the reader, valorization of prior knowledge, expansion of this knowledge through breaking paradigms, and activating their responsive participation in empathetic reflections on issues barely discussed with young people, but much experienced by them, favoring the understanding of oneself, the other and their (trans) literary formation.

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  • ELIANE COSTA FERREIRA
  • Não há.

  • Orientador : MARINEI ALMEIDA
  • Data: 28/09/2021


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  • Não há.

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  • MARIA NELI BARRETO
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    FROM DIARY TO ROMANCE: THE CONSTRUCTION OF A COUNTERSPEECH IN DIVORCE, BY RICARDO LÍSIAS
  • Orientador : WALNICE APARECIDA MATOS VILALVA
  • Data: 29/09/2021


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  • BARRETO, Maria Neli. Speaking about love e and betrayal: Divorce, of Ricardo Lísias. Master thesis. Graduate Program in Literary Studies – PPGEL/UNEMAT. Tangará da Serra/MT, Brazil, 2021. Advisor: Walnice Aparecida Matos Vilalva.

     

    This research aims to analyze the novel Divórcio, by Ricardo Lísias. By reading this plot, published in 2013, which has fifteen chapters titled kilometers, we suggest a discussion about Lysias' novel making from the mechanism of counter-discourse inserted in the novel that appears to respond writing a journal. To carry out such inquiries, we will investigate: the composition aesthetics undertaken by the author to model her narrative, the figure of the narrator, the characters and plot, as well as the discourse undertaken in the diary and the counter-discourse which is consolidated in response to the discourse of this intimate agenda. To carry out the In this study, some of these works were chosen as part of the theoretical foundation: Bakhtin (1998), Barthes (1981), Benjamin (1987), Blanchot (2005), among others. 

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  • Vera Rizzo Werner
  • não há.

  • Orientador : MADALENA APARECIDA MACHADO
  • Data: 29/09/2021


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  • This research intends to carry out a critical reading of the works of Ricardo Guilherme Dicke, especially Toada do Esquecido & Sinfonia Equestre (2006), Madona dos Páramos (1981), Rio Abaixo dos Vaqueiros (2000), Cerimônias do Sertão (2011a) O Velho Moço e outros contos (2011b), A proximidade do Mar & Ilha (2011c), Os Semelhantes (2011d) and with the aim of reflecting on loneliness as an experience in the aesthetic construction of the selected works, using it as a means to draw a parallel with the reflexes of contemporaneity in the understanding of being. The study is interspersed between novels and short stories that address the fragmentation of man in the face of social, economic, cultural, political transformations and existential issues such as fear, freedom, relentless pursuits, life, death and loneliness, recurring themes that become a mosaic Dickean in which the characters' sayings expand in the space of language and draw a map of the feelings and sensations of being and being in the world. Through the (mis)paths of Ricardo Guilherme Dicke's narrative, the problematization of aspects between tradition, modernity, space, time, imagination and reality will be established with the way the author reads and sees loneliness. The discussions will have as theoretical support the scholars Octávio Paz (1976), Norbert Elias (1998), Maurice Blanchot (2011), Gaston Bachelard (2000), (2010), among others that we deem necessary to compose the corpus of this research.

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  • JAÍNE BEATRIZ DE ALMEIDA TAVARES
  • LITERATURE AND HUMAN DIGNITY: AN ANALYSIS ON THE DIEGESIS OUTLINED IN THE NARRATOR AND IN THE CONSTRUCTION OF CHARACTERS IN THE NOVEL OF UNFOTUNATE EVENTS  

  • Orientador : ALEXANDRE MARIOTTO BOTTON
  • Data: 26/10/2021


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  • Esta dissertação possui como objetivo um estudo analítico do narrador, dos personagens e outras características estéticas como: “o efeito de estranhamento”, o tempo-espaço, a caracterização de circunstâncias, a ambientação distópica e a intertextualidade geradas a partir das alusões realizadas a escritores e cientistas referente aos nomes e sobrenomes dos personagens Violet, Klaus e Sunny, sendo estes os Baudelaire, Sr. Poe, e seus filhos Edgar e Albert. Um outro aspecto, será o de esquadrinhar a expressão in loco parentis aludida em alguns momentos da narrativa. Constata-se que todos esses aspectos se encontram inerentes à obra Mau Começo - The Bad Beginning e Serraria Baixo-Astral - The Miserable Mill, ou seja, no primeiro e no quarto volume, respectivamente do romance Desventuras em Série. Nessa esteira, esses detalhes conspícuos possuem o propósito de vislumbrar como princípio o histórico da obra, a orfandade em relação ao questionamento da dignidade humana mediante à constituição dos próprios personagens, advindo de reflexões e comparações no romance. Nessa concepção, desenvolvemos um estudo bibliográfico a partir da ótica e da análise do romance A Series of Unfortunate Events - Desventuras em Série, do autor Lemony Snicket ― heterônimo de Daniel Handler. Nossas análises estão fundamentadas em teorias imprescindíveis para o entendimento desse estudo. Deste modo, utilizamos a pesquisa bibliográfica de metodologia analítica, efetivada pela utilização de materiais teóricos registrados e já trabalhados por outros pesquisadores. Essa pesquisa foi realizada de duas formas. O primeiro é o de efetivar a leitura sistemática de apontamentos do romance escolhido e, por fim, a dos referenciais teóricos que sustentarão nossa tese. O segundo prosseguimento desse processo, que compreende a composição de escrita do trabalho, dar-se-á posteriormente ao realizar à fortuna crítica como uma introdução abrangente da narrativa dos 13 volumes do romance, no ato contínuo realiza-se a análise dos possíveis livros: 1-The Bad Beginning- Mau Começo e 4- The Miserable Mill- Serraria Baixo-Astral, no qual, o estudo analítico refere-se tanto aos seus aspectos estéticos literários, quanto as suas temáticas sociais.

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  • MAYARA LANDIM DE OLIVEIRA
  • RUPTURES OF A LIFE THROUGH HALF: IDENTITY CONFIGURATION IN DEHUMANIZATION, BY VALTER HUGO MÃE

  • Orientador : ALEXANDRE MARIOTTO BOTTON
  • Data: 29/10/2021


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  • Literature is an art that allows us to digress about ourselves and to reflect our actions through the complex experiences of different characters that are presented to us in the most different literary narratives. The role of literature as reflected by Candido (1980) is to humanize. Having made these considerations, this research proposes to explore the identity changes suffered by the central character, Halldora, henceforth Halla, in the contemporary novel by Valter Hugo Mãe, A dehumanization (2014). We encourage discussion about the rupture of the character's identity and her grieving process before the death of the twin sister, mentioned above, the environment in which the narrative is developed, the surprisingly poetic writing of the work, in addition to the reservations about the connection of identical twins in literature. With theoretical support Freud (2011), Hall (2006), Bakhtin (1988), Adorno (2003), Bosi (2000) and Todorov (2020).

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  • PAULO SÉRGIO BORGES DAVID MUDEH
  • Não há.

  • Orientador : ISAAC NEWTON ALMEIDA RAMOS
  • Data: 13/12/2021


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  • PRISCILA DAROLT
  • Não há.

  • Orientador : ISAAC NEWTON ALMEIDA RAMOS
  • Data: 14/12/2021


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  • Não há.

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  • JAQUELINE DA SILVA OLIVEIRA
  • The poetic paths of Alda Lara and Noémia de Sousa: voices that emerged from the silence.

  • Orientador : ISAAC NEWTON ALMEIDA RAMOS
  • Data: 16/12/2021


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  • This dissertation aimed at analyzing some poems by Sangue Negro (2016), by the Mozambican Carolina Noémia Abranches de Sousa, and Poems (2014), by the Angolan Alda Lara, emphasizing the poetic way that the authors used to denounce and oppose the Portuguese imperialism. The work pointed out how, even silenced by a patriarchal and colonialist system, these characters stood out as two great voices, who contributed to the construction of a libertarian thought in Angola and Mozambique, through literature.

Teses
1
  • SEBASTIANA RODRIGUES DA CRUZ MENEGUCI
  • Não há.

  • Orientador : VERA LUCIA DA ROCHA MAQUEA
  • Data: 12/03/2021


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  • Não há.

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  • Cleonilde Ribeiro de Souza Costa
  • Não há.

  • Orientador : OLGA MARIA CASTRILLON MENDES
  • Data: 31/03/2021


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  • Não há.

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  • FRANCIELI SANTOS ROSSI
  • Não há.

  • Orientador : WALNICE APARECIDA MATOS VILALVA
  • Data: 04/05/2021


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  • Não há.

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  • BRUNA MARCELO FREITAS
  • THE TRAGIC PROCESS OF DESONRA, BY J. M. COETZEE: THE CULTURAL SHOCK, THE SPECISM AND THE BOD

  • Data: 14/06/2021


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  • South African writer John Maxwell Coetzee, when publishing Disgrace in 1999, offered humanity the aesthetic articulation of a significant range of knowledge and experience. This fact impacted and motivated us to choose the work as an object of research. José Rubens de Siqueira translated the novel into Portuguese - Desonra - by Companhia das Letras. The objective of this study is to analyze how the aesthetic aspects conform in Desonra (2000), considering the tragic, the cultural shock, speciesism and the body in the narrative set. The analytical path tended to interpret the aesthetic of the Coetzeean novel, guided by a tragic sensitivity, that is, we did not force the imposition of knowledge and theories on the approach taken. On the contrary, we allow the artistic work to reverberate the pertinent knowledge to the interpretative process, and we articulate them in search of establishing an understanding of the higher unity of Desonra. The theoretical framework related to the tragic, based on Friedrich Nietzche, Raymond Williams among others, focused on the other aspects of the novel, catalyzing its central issues. Thus, we used authors of literary theory such as Mikhail Bakhtin, Antonio Candido, Norma Friedman and others to address the structural elements of the narrative, postcolonial theorists to understand the representative figures of the novel, and authors from other theoretical fields such as Michel Foucault, Zygmunt Bauman, Peter Singer, Melanie Joy, David Le Breton among others, to reflect on the various contents inscribed in the artistic universe of Desonra. The forms of articulation of knowledge indicated how the tragic process takes place in the novel, making it possible to visualize a path of transformation of the protagonist, David Lurie, in a tragic sense.

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  • SANDRA MARIA GONÇALVES DA SILVA
  • Não há.

  • Orientador : MARINEI ALMEIDA
  • Data: 20/09/2021


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  • Não há.

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  • JOSÉ FLÁVIO DA PAZ
  • .The Movement of Independent Writers of Pernambuco-MEIPE was created by teenagers and young people, in the 1980s, in the city of Recife, characterized by resisting the oppressive, post-dictatorial system that Brazil was going through at the time and, by its avant-garde forms in the mode of reading, seeing and writing poetry of apparent rebellion and insubordination to pasteurized models, building a literature outside what was established by the classical poets, thus moving away from the Brazilian literary canon. Among names such as Francisco Espinhara, Cida Pedrosa, Fátima Ferreira, Héctor Pellizzi, among the founders, militants and resistance in MEIPE, the poet Eduardo Martins stands out, one of the members who promotes the Movement and continues to produce art literary and academically. His poems carry MEIPE's thoughts and, in addition to subjectivity, semanticity and polyphony, typical characteristics of poetry, irony presents itself as a mark in his works, not only the irony as linguistics promotes, but a situational irony, of an imprint philosophical, psychoanalytic, romantic and sensitive as poetry and literature more broadly, expressed in various ways, whether in the self-irony of the lyrical self in front of human life, its perception of the world and how to experience it, interfering in the ways of seeing it. think-act. A metaphysical irony, but also involved in mythical and cosmic issues that reflect existential issues, faith, love, death and positive and/or negative sufferings to which the human being is subject, as a living and thinking being. When not, it surprises us with its poetic intention, leading us to produce ironic effects, making us ironists. Therefore, the objective is to evidence the presence in MEIPE and the irony in the trajectory of Eduardo Martins' poems, through symbolic or metaphorized effects, strategically produced by the poet, in the works Eczema no lírico (1985), The open side (2004) and Dry signs (2021). For this purpose, qualitative, exploratory, bibliographiccomparative and documental research was used, with an analytical-descriptive orientation, compared to consultations in various publications, including the twelve books published by Eduardo Martins, in the last four decades. Thinkers like Adorno (2003); Aristotle (1993 and 1998); Arrigucci Jr. (1997, 2002 and 2003); Bosi (1992 and 2015); Campos & Cordeiro (2005); Campos (1977) Candido (1996); Espinhara (2000); Friedrich (1978); Kayser (1963); Kierkegaard (2006); Paz (1982); Rorty (2007); Sanches & Martins (2019); Valery (1991); Williams (1987) among others who add to the support and defense of the arguments intended to be inferred. Thus, as a result, in addition to fulfilling the proposed objectives, connections were established between the poet and society, recognizing his production as Rondo-Pernambucan, since he was born in Pernambuco and produces a large part of his works in the state of Rondônia, leading to o the condition of national poet, having irony and independence as essential elements in his poetic trajectory.

  • Orientador : AROLDO JOSE ABREU PINTO
  • Data: 27/10/2021


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  • The Movement of Independent Writers of Pernambuco-MEIPE was created by teenagers and young people, in the 1980s, in the city of Recife, characterized by resisting the oppressive, post-dictatorial system that Brazil was going through at the time and, by its avant-garde forms in the mode of reading, seeing and writing poetry of apparent rebellion and insubordination to pasteurized models, building a literature outside what was established by the classical poets, thus moving away from the Brazilian literary canon. Among names such as Francisco Espinhara, Cida Pedrosa, Fátima Ferreira, Héctor Pellizzi, among the founders, militants and resistance in MEIPE, the poet Eduardo Martins stands out, one of the members who promotes the Movement and continues to produce art literary and academically. His poems carry MEIPE's thoughts and, in addition to subjectivity, semanticity and polyphony, typical characteristics of poetry, irony presents itself as a mark in his works, not only the irony as linguistics promotes, but a situational irony, of an imprint philosophical, psychoanalytic, romantic and sensitive as poetry and literature more broadly, expressed in various ways, whether in the self-irony of the lyrical self in front of human life, its perception of the world and how to experience it, interfering in the ways of seeing it. think-act. A metaphysical irony, but also involved in mythical and cosmic issues that reflect existential issues, faith, love, death and positive and/or negative sufferings to which the human being is subject, as a living and thinking being. When not, it surprises us with its poetic intention, leading us to produce ironic effects, making us ironists. Therefore, the objective is to evidence the presence in MEIPE and the irony in the trajectory of Eduardo Martins' poems, through symbolic or metaphorized effects, strategically produced by the poet, in the works Eczema no lírico (1985), The open side (2004) and Dry signs (2021). For this purpose, qualitative, exploratory, bibliographiccomparative and documental research was used, with an analytical-descriptive orientation, compared to consultations in various publications, including the twelve books published by Eduardo Martins, in the last four decades. Thinkers like Adorno (2003); Aristotle (1993 and 1998); Arrigucci Jr. (1997, 2002 and 2003); Bosi (1992 and 2015); Campos & Cordeiro (2005); Campos (1977) Candido (1996); Espinhara (2000); Friedrich (1978); Kayser (1963); Kierkegaard (2006); Paz (1982); Rorty (2007); Sanches & Martins (2019); Valery (1991); Williams (1987) among others who add to the support and defense of the arguments intended to be inferred. Thus, as a result, in addition to fulfilling the proposed objectives, connections were established between the poet and society, recognizing his production as Rondo-Pernambucan, since he was born in Pernambuco and produces a large part of his works in the state of Rondônia, leading to o the condition of national poet, having irony and independence as essential elements in his poetic trajectory.

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  • NORMA GISELE DE MATTOS
  • Orientador : HELVIO GOMES DE MORAES JUNIOR
  • Data: 29/10/2021


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  • MARCOS APARECIDO PEREIRA
  • Human being’s mythessence in Primeiras estórias: an analysis from symbolic imagery

  • Orientador : MARINEI ALMEIDA
  • Data: 03/12/2021


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  • This work aims to analyze the work Primeiras Estórias, by João Guimarães Rosa, based on the Theory of the Imaginary. Thereby, we sought to understand the possible meanings of the stories, from the symbols that rule the narratives and also the internal organization of the book. With this in mind, we seek to interpret the symbolic elements that make up the stories, as well as understand and discuss how the Day and Night Regime, proposed by Gilbert Durand, are presented in the structuring of the work, mediated by the central story: O espelho. Thus, starting from the symbolic imagery and the layout of the texts in this collection, we try to reflect about the human being and their experiences represented throughout the narratives that make up this work. In view of this, according to the hypothesis of "mirrored parallelism", the symbolic elements of each narrative were extracted, which, in turn, were understood with the help of symbol dictionaries and in relation to Durand's theory, in order to check this readability. Therefore, we believe that symbolic hermeneutics can help us to interpret how these stories tell us about the psyche and the structures that helped to sustain the human evolutionary process, whether from an individual or collective perspective, and also to perceive representative fractions of the process of individuation and the transcendent function, described in Carl Jung's thought, which will support the reflections proposed throughout the analyses. That said, it is necessary to emphasize that the word mythessence is related to this tangle of archetypal, symbolic and mythical energies that permeate us, forces without which we would not have so many stories (and history) to tell. It is, therefore, in midst of the primitive and essential potencies and structures that founded and found stories that, in turn, are part of both the conscious and the unconscious of people, as they continue to provide us with experiences that are never neutral and, consequently, become part of us, even though they are invisible. In view of this, the systematization of the stories, from opposing and complementary symbolic constellations, offers us the opportunity to reassess "certainties", discover cracks in the reality and notice that life and, in this case, especially, the human being is composed of many fragmented parts. Therefore, the ambiguity and ambivalence of the composition of the narratives in this collection favors the construction of multiple meanings in the texts and, in this way, stimulates reflection on what is in the essence of our constitution, what is beyond externality or what we know physically, therefore, in the most hidden paths of the psyche of our being. Consequently, we could say that the meanings proposed when analyzing these stories are like human beings themselves, fluid, transitory and in search of complementarity, as they spring from our own intimate experiences and, therefore, continually expand with our readings in fiction or in real life.

2020
Dissertações
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  • ADRIANE REGINA MENEGAZ VERONESE
  • THE UNEASINESS IN BERNARDO CARVALHO’S WORKS: A THEME AND ITS DECLINATIONS 

  • Orientador : VERA LUCIA DA ROCHA MAQUEA
  • Data: 11/03/2020


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  • The current dissertation is situated in the line of research Literature and Social Life in the Portuguese speaking countries and presents a thematic approach of Bernardo de Carvalho's novels Mongólia (2003), O Filho da Mãe (2009) e Simpatia pelo Demônio (2016). Starting from literature conception as a social commitment, important question in the tradition of Brazilian literary criticism, we propose to reflect about the cultural, social, economic and political representations based on the literary themes selected in these works. Our aim is to analyze the concept of uneasiness generated by the lack of ethics, breach of contract and the rules imposed by society in the different human relationships, through the study of narrators and characters. If uneasiness is an question that is we are going to verify how Bernardo Carvalho recreates this theme in the chosen novels.      To support this study, we will dialogue with the criticism of the author's work and its derivations. In order for this study to be accomplished, we will adopt the methodology of bibliographical and analytical research. We rely on a theoretical and critical reference that subsidizes analysis of works that make up contemporary Brazilian literature in general and Bernardo Carvalho's literature in particular. In order to do this, we will take as theoretical-critical basis scholars as Lukács (2009), Steiner (1990), Adorno (1971), Bakhtin (1979), Todorov (1999), Watt (1957), Freud (1930), Benjamin (1985), Said (1978), Agamben (2006), Maffesoli (1997), Bosi (1970), Candido (1995), Abdala Junior (2012), Dalcastagné (2014), Resende (2008), Schøllhammer (2009),Perrone-Moisés (2016), Maquêa(2011), among , who are necessary to discuss the romance genre, theories of literature, contemporary Brazilian literature and the senses of uneasiness.

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  • NATÁLIA MARQUES DA SILVA
  • “DAMP HEAT AND INNOCENCE”:  THE MANIPULATED PORNOGRAPHIC IN HILDA HILST. 

  • Orientador : WALNICE APARECIDA MATOS VILALVA
  • Data: 11/03/2020


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  • The process of pornographic configuration of the novel Lori Lamby's Pink Notebook (1990) occurs through the establishment of a narrative strategy, namely that of pornographic manipulation. This is the term that seems to define the narratological and thematic body of the Brazilian writer Hilda Hilst. This is also our moving axis and guiding thread for the investigation of this narrative and, above all, of the protagonist's understanding in this game of manipulation of verbal-pornographic creation that the character creates. In this perspective, this dissertation investigates the Hilstian work in the light of the theories of Georges BATAILLE, Lynn HUNT, Susan SONTAG, Mikhail BAKHTIN, among others, for the conception of literary pornography and the understanding of how it is configured in the novel in question. The present study reaches relevance in that it gives the examination of diegesis an analytical posture that seeks to see the subject of pornographic manipulation as an aesthetic value, perceiving it as an important narrative-discursive operator in the novel in question.

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  • ELIANE APARECIDA FONSECA
  • Não há.

  • Orientador : MADALENA APARECIDA MACHADO
  • Data: 17/03/2020


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  • Eduardo Moreira Leite Mahon
  • COXIPÓ GENERATION: THE BIRTH OF A NEW LITERARY GENERATION IN MATO GROSSO

     
     
     
     
     
  • Orientador : WALNICE APARECIDA MATOS VILALVA
  • Data: 28/08/2020


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    The late 1980’s impacted the capital of Mato Grosso, generating cultural initiatives of reaction. The transformations in the urban scene, the migratory flows, the decay of  the cultural hegemony of Casa Barão de Melgaço and the strengthening of a new intellectual center that gravitated around the Federal University of Mato Grosso, were responsible for the birth of a new literary generation, entitled in this work “Geração Coxipó”. Irreverent young people, gathered around collective publications, inspired by Wlademir Dias-Pino's anti- academic non-conformism, improvised the first publications and established themselves with the launch of Revista Vôte! and other journals. The literary path of the authors of the Generation Coxipó is marked by ambivalence. On the one hand, they fought against the aesthetics related to the Academia Mato-grossense de Letras; on the other hand, identifying with modernity, they rejected the transformations arising from the process of migration, occupation and questioning of local tradition.

    The theoretical framework used in the research covers Maffesoli's concept of generation, the fields of symbolic power and Bourdieu's (2018) definitions of hegemony and Latour's (2013) and Compagnon (2011) definitions for modernity and antimodernity. Regarding the Brazilian identity construction in literature and its ambivalence in modernism, the bibliography of Antonio Candido (2017), Carlos Berriel (2000), Flora Süssekind (1994), Gilberto Mendonça Telles (1972), Sérgio Miceli (2012) was consulted , among other critics. Specifically regarding literature from Mato Grosso, Rubens de Mendonça (1970), Hilda Gomes Dutra Magalhães (2002), Mário Cézar Silva Leite (2005), Marinei Almeida (2012) and Carlos Gomes de Carvalho (2004), in addition to the Institute's periodicals Historical and Geographic of Mato Grosso, from the Mato Grosso Academy of Letters from 1922 to 2015 and from the literary magazines Vôte !, Estação Leitura e Fagulha.

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  • Josiane Santiago de Lima Pereira
  • A LITERATURA SURDA: VEREDAS DA HUMANIZAÇÃO E DA LIBERDADE ESTÉTICA EM QUESTÃO

  • Orientador : AROLDO JOSE ABREU PINTO
  • Data: 09/09/2020


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  • Los problemas relacionados con la cultura y la identidad de los sordos han sido frecuentes en la investigación de Estudios Culturales, canalizando a los Estudios de Sordos, donde encontramos algunos artefactos de la cultura de los sordos y, entre ellos, la literatura de los sordos. Dado que el niño sordo también tiene derecho a fabular en un universo que causa identificación, existen narrativas que presentan a los protagonistas con identidad sorda y que usan el lenguaje de señas como su principal forma de comunicación. Esta investigación tiene como objetivo analizar dos obras de literatura para sordos dirigidas a niños e impresas en portugués, Cinderela Surda (HESSEL, ROSA; KARNOPP, 2007), que desempeñan un papel pionero en el género, y A fábula da Arca de Noé (MOURÃO, 2014), publicado más recientemente. Buscamos investigar cómo ocurre la experiencia estética en las obras analizadas, viendo la literatura desde la perspectiva de Cándido, como un elemento humanizador que interfiere en la formación del hombre. También observamos si la necesidad de promover la identidad y la cultura de los niños sordos terminó esbozando el trabajo de acuerdo con los estándares utilitarios, y este fue el camino que siguió la literatura infantil brasileña durante su período de formación. Nos dimos cuenta de que algunas opciones presentes en la constitución de la primera obra, como la urgencia de advertir al lector que el personaje es sordo, no se repiten en la segunda, lo que indica una apertura gradual a nuevas posibilidades estéticas y de representación para el sujeto sordo. De lo que planteamos en esta investigación, pudimos ver que la literatura para sordos se encuentra en su etapa inicial de formación, y que tales obras son esenciales para la constitución y el fortalecimiento de un segmento literario que todavía busca seguir los caminos de la humanización, pero que todavía tiene limitaciones en relación con la libertad estética. Para eso, tomamos como base las contribuciones de Antonio Candido (1993; 2004; 2012; 2014), sumadas a las de otros críticos de la literatura como Edmir Perrotti (1986), Aroldo Pinto (2008; 2014), Regina Zilberman (2003), Marisa Lajolo y Regina Zilberman (1986; 2007). De los Estudios Sordos tenemos a Cláudio Mourão (2011; 2016), Lodenir Karnopp (2006; 2008; 2010), Karin Strobel (2018), Rachel Sutton-Spence (2006) y Carlos Skliar (2015).

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  • ROBERTA MARIA RIGHETTO
  • E. M. Forster's short stories: an introductory study and commented translation

  • Orientador : HELVIO GOMES DE MORAES JUNIOR
  • Data: 21/09/2020


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  • This study, which attends to the approach of Literature research, History and Cultural Memory, also involves literary translation. Basically, this study is organized in two main parts, as the first covers the study of the influences, characteristics and analysis of E.M. Forster’s short stories and the second part deals with the commented translations of some short stories, whose titles have been translated as como “O Caminho de Colono”, “A História de um Pânico”, “O Outro Lado da Sebe” e “O Amigo do Pároco”. While analysing forsterian short stories, we were able to observe that the writer stands out for his irony, making usage of the most variable themes to criticize the British society, specially the middle-class members. In order to develop his critical writing, he uses the literature classics as a background and presents his main characters travelling around several places, which might be real or fantastical ones. The short stories which are analyzed and translated through this study, may be considered fantastical ones, yet presenting a typical Forster’s writing characteristic, a fantastical that come from the real, not following a completely unusual context as it often happens in short stories classified as fantastical. Besides the analysis of the short stories, which could have been done in their original language, we translated them into Brazilian Portuguese language. Amidst the possible translation approaches, we chose the illusionist approach on the grounds that we believe these short stories translations may offer for Brazilian readers a very close text to the original language, however, we highlight that reaching wholeness through their translation is an impossible assignment.

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  • RENATTO MACEDO BONIN
  • THE CANCELLATION OF THE ORDER AND THE DESCRIPTION OF CONSCIOUSNESS IN ARCHAEIC TASTE, BY RADUAN NASSAR
  • Orientador : WALNICE APARECIDA MATOS VILALVA
  • Data: 29/09/2020


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  • This research aims to present a possibility of reading the commitment that the writer Raduan Nassar had with the patriarchal tradition in the contemporary novel Lavoura Arcaica (1975). 
    To do it, the concepts of narrator and memory are explored to understand the configuration of the main character, who is also the narrator, by means of his first person utterance, infested with digressions, he turns over his father's speeches in search of incongruities, or some form of confrontation with the patriarchal tradition imposed on him. Nassar used a technique in which André's narration is made from memory. 
    Thus, these reminiscences are put to justify the removal of the protagonist from the family sphere, because of the authoritarian creation that the father imposed and that he vehemently condemned. 
    Through these memories André seeks to escape the limits of family genealogy, denouncing and supporting himself in a narrative in which the flow of consciousness appears through the technique of the inner monologue, exposing the inner issues of the main character. Bosi (1994), Benjamin (1994), Candido (1951), Ginzburg (2012) and Sedlmayer (1997) will be the theoretical basis of this study,
     thinking about the narrator, memory, tradition and the stream of consciousness.
Teses
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  • MARLUCI CRISTINA DA SILVA DEMOZZI
  • FAMILY CONFLICT IN THE NOVEL DOIS IRMÃOS OF MILTON HATOUM AND O IRMÃO ALEMÃO OF CHICO BUARQUE.

  • Orientador : VERA LUCIA DA ROCHA MAQUEA
  • Data: 02/03/2020


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  • The Brazilian literary works from the beginning of the 21st century allow, for analysis, an increase in perspective in relation to fictional production and also the way in which the works and authors were received by the literary field. The profusion of aesthetic tendency appears, in this scenario, as a line that deserves a closer look from the critic regarding the narrative strategies used. The purpose of this thesis is to investigate the novels Dois Irmãos, by Milton Hatoum, and O Irmão Alemão, by Chico Buarque. In Milton Hatoum's work, to investigate the metafictional aspects present in the narrative construction and, in Chico Buarque's work, the self-fictional signs. The study follows the approximate narrative construction of a sub genre coined by Freud (1909), which culminates in the family novel and aims, through the investigation of the narrator and characters, to highlight the narrative points that rest on the role played by family members in both novels. The study follows an overview of contemporary trends in the Brazilian novel; followed by the analysis of the novel Dois Irmãos, pointing out the metafictional strategy; next, the analysis of the novel O Irmão Alemão, identifying the self-fictional strategy; and an analysis of the characters and narrators of the two novels in relation to the literary construction process. Contributes to this study the concepts of Metafiction, from Linda Hutcheon (1991), to investigate the novel Dois Irmãos, and Autofiction from Doubrovsky (1977), to ascertain the novel O Irmão Alemão; in addition to the observations of Schollhammer (2010), Beatriz Resende (2008) and Bentivoglio et. al. (2017), on contemporary Brazilian fiction; and also statements from Lynn Hunt's (1992), Yi-ling (2001) and Dell (2005) about the construction of family romance.

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  • LÉIA DA SILVA GOMES TORRES
  • THE SANDS OF THE EMPEROR: MULTIPLE IDENTITIES IN MIA COUTO'S NARRATIVE

  • Orientador : AGNALDO RODRIGUES DA SILVA
  • Data: 10/03/2020


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  • This thesis investigates the multiple identities of the individual who, in turn, was influenced by the phenomenon of displacement and migration. For this, the Mia Couto Trilogy The sands of the emperor was taken as corpus, whose starting point was the identification of characters that represent the colonizer and the colonized, at that time when the process of Portuguese colonization occurred in southern Mozambique. Mia Couto is a novelist who manages to break literary boundaries, creating narratives that permeate studies of memory, whose characters are placed in a situation of geographical and identity transience; this process takes the characters to a world that transits between places and races, creating new frontiers. As theoretical and critical support, we will use the studies of Stuart Hall (2005), Zygmunt Bauman (2005), Homi Bhabha (1998), Edward Said (1995), Boaventura de Sousa Santos (2001), among others. Based on these authors, it is considered that multiple identities can be investigated in the light of post-colonial theories, which address the construction of identity and its relationship with memory. The emergence of new cultural products allows the registration of new identities in the same individual, since modernity has opened doors to plurality, allowing the various “selves”.

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  • THAINÁ APARECIDA RAMOS DE OLIVEIRA
  • BETWEEN TOTALITARISM AND DICTATORSHIP – THE DISTOPIC CONFIGURATION OF THE NATION IN ANIMAL FARM, BY GEORGE ORWELL AND FAZENDA MODELO, BY CHICO BUARQUE

  • Orientador : AGNALDO RODRIGUES DA SILVA
  • Data: 11/03/2020


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  • This thesis proposes an investigation about the configuration of dystopia in the narratives Animal Farm (1945), by George Orwell and Fazenda Modelo (1974), by Chico Buarque, from a comparative perspective. For the development of the theme, it was necessary the theoretical-critical recovery regarding utopia, as well as the rereading of significant works on the theme, such as: A república, by Platão and Utopia, by Thomas More. Our study is support by theoretical and critical works by authors such as: Szarchi (1972), Berlin (1991), Gordin (2010), Booker (1994), Berriel (2011) and Coelho (1981). The hypothesis formulated in this thesis is that there is a distinction between utopian and dystopian forms in the research corpus; however, what prevails is the complementarity between these two antagonistic places (positive and negative), since, while utopia is characterized by man's desire for a better and more egalitarian space, the dystopia is understood as a criticism of rationalization of life established in utopia. The representation or description of dystopian social organization seems to promote the extinction of freedom and, consequently, support the creation of totalitarian systems. In view of the above, we start from the assumption that dystopia is configured, from the 20th century, in its political and human spheres, based on the World Wars, Auschwitz, totalitarian and dictatorial regimes. In this perspective, theorists such as Adorno (2012) and Benjamin (1984) provide support for understanding how these contexts reached the literary material. These factors can be found in Animal Farm (1945) and Fazenda Modelo (1974), and will be analyzed in the light of literary studies, focusing on the elements of the narrative and the confrontation with events in the official history, in order to identify and prove ruptures and continuities, both between literary works and between fiction and history.
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  • ALVARO MENDES DE MELO
  • JACOBO EL MUTANTE AND SALÓN DE BELLEZA, BY MARIO BELLATIN: POETICS OF INTERVENTION.

  • Data: 16/03/2020


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  • Taking as a starting point two novels by Mario Bellatin, Jacobo el mutante and Salón de belleza, this thesis asks what motivated the way of structuring and content represented in these narratives. Regarding the first work, we argue that the narrative seeks, from a polyphonic game of voices, to create tensions about the sense, meaning and authorship. Inquired the reason of this mode of expression, we find the possible answers to this question when we weave relations with the thought of Paul Ricoeur, Walter Benjamin, Giorgio Agamben, among others, about the nature and functions of poetic mimesis. We argue that, based on this work, a playful and heuristic game appears in a specific socio-cultural moment. In our reading, Salón de belleza confirms the hypothesis of poetic function as an act of intervention in a specific way, in its figurative universe, “aesthetic event”, reflections on the enigma of being and its finitude, crack, like small sparks and crackles of light, a whole closed on itself. For that, we approach the fictional universes of the narratives from some concepts of literary semiotics, in order to demonstrate that Mario Bellatin's work offers itself as a problem to the meaning. After that, we face the problem of explanation: that is, why in a precise moment of our history does Mario Bellatin's Latin American literature offer itself as an interrogative sign to its reader?

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  • ELAINE XAVIER LIMA BABINSKI
  • Não há.

  • Orientador : AROLDO JOSE ABREU PINTO
  • Data: 29/06/2020


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  • This Doctoral Thesis, among its objectives, seeks to present the paths taken by Angolan literature when it focuses especially on children and youth in Angola. For this, the writers' works were analyzed: Dario de Melo with Quitubo, a terra do arco-íris and No país da Brincaria; and Maria Celestina Fernandes with Kalimba and A árvore dos Gingongos, observing the contributions of the author and the work, in particular of these two writers, to the strengthening of an Angolan literary system for the childhood and youth of Angola. Among other aspects, the form and content approached by the authors was verified, revealing whether the content and the way it is presented in the narrative interferes with the aesthetic quality of the text. It was also analyzed in what way / way the valorization of the language and culture, so present in the works for children and youth studied here, reaffirm the Angolan identities, promoting the valorization and the protagonism of the Angolan child and youth. To analyze the works cited, it was necessary to first understand the historical context of Angolan literature, observing and reflecting on other writers and their narratives, available in the Angolan publishing market. One of the objectives was also to verify the formation of the literary system for Angolan youth, based on literary theories that research works aimed at the public in question. With this, we sought to arrive at an aesthetic interpretation, taking into account the social dimension as an art factor, evaluating whether the published literature meets the main role of literature as art, which Antonio Candido (1995) defines as the humanizing role. Some of the theorists who guide this research are: Zilberman (1981; 2007; 2008), Lajolo (2000; 2007); Gregorin Filho (2009; 2012), Pinto (2008), to deal with literature aimed at children and young people; Macêdo (2007), Santilli (2007), Chaves (1999; 2000; 2007), Secco (2007), to address African literatures, specifically Angolan literature; and to support the discussions about aesthetics of literary art and the literary system, we chose: Bakhtin (1981; 1990), Bourdieu (1996), Candido (1995; 2004; 2006), Chartier (1996), Benjamin (1987), among others. Thus, this research has relevance in discussions about the aesthetics of literature for children and youth, in understanding the literary system of Angola, in the dissemination of works whose interest in reading is configured in children and young people, in addition to valuing and promoting Portuguese-speaking African literature. Studying Angolan literature for children and young people makes it more accessible to readers, especially the youth of Brazilian schools, expanding / re-signifying the imagination, the fabulation, the horizons of expectations and the world view of these readers, promoting a meeting immersed in pluralities and meanings.

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  • NÉSTOR RAÚL GONZÁLEZ GUTIÉRREZ
  • Formas de expressão e visibilidade  feminina em poemas de escritoras afro-colombianas. 

  • Data: 11/09/2020


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  • Não há.

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  • SHIRLENE ROHR DE SOUZA
  • Não há.

  • Orientador : VERA LUCIA DA ROCHA MAQUEA
  • Data: 02/10/2020


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  • Não há.

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  • DANIELE CRISTINA DA SILVA
  •  The Palimpsychic Poetics of the Inferno Provisório, by Luiz Ruffato

  • Orientador : WALNICE APARECIDA MATOS VILALVA
  • Data: 12/11/2020


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    This thesis investigates the aesthetic trajectory of Luiz Ruffato's literary project that is inscribed under the rubric of Provisional Inferno. In search of a novelistic composition that inserts him in a revolutionary way in the context of contemporary Brazilian literature, Luiz Ruffato embarks on his literary project when publishing the work Histories of remorse and rancor (1998). Continuing it with (the survivors) (2000), the writer reaches the series of five volumes that are interconnected by the rubric Provisório Inferno. In 2016, the novelist's romanesque project culminates, then, in the single volume work entitled Inferno Provisório. Taking the eight works as the corpus of analysis of this investigation, I infer that Luiz Ruffato's artistic-literary creation is based on what I call ‘palimpsychic aesthetics’. His humble origins, his experiences in the world of work, linked from an early age to the habit of reading corroborated the intellectual and critical training required of a literature writer. With an apparently defined literary content, Luiz Ruffato had faced a relatively common concern to the literate, that of ‘how’ to write. From this concern, a concern arises that makes him revisit the works that make up his literary project and put them back in tension. In the pursuit of this tension, I seek to ascertain an aesthetic that is shaped by dissatisfaction with its own finish. Aesthetics that finds in the image of the palimpsest a metaphor capable of showing both the successive inscriptions of the project Inferno Provisório, and the effect of transparency in their respective updates.

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