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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.8.2014.tde-06052015-121442
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Author
Full name
Olavo Vinicius Barbosa de Almeida
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2014
Supervisor
Committee
Scatolin, Adriano (President)
Frydman, Pablo Schwartz
Vasconcellos, Paulo Sérgio de
Title in Portuguese
O Brutus de Marco Túlio Cícero: estudo e tradução
Keywords in Portuguese
Brutus
Cícero
Diálogo
Historia
Historia oratorum
Laudatio
Laudatio funebris
Memoria
Monumentum
Sermo
Abstract in Portuguese
Este trabalho divide-se em duas partes: a primeira consiste em um estudo sobre o diálogo Brutus de Marco Túlio Cícero, a segunda apresenta uma tradução completa da obra. Guardando características do diálogo filosófico, do relato histórico e da laudatio funebris, o Brutus pode ser resumido como uma história da oratória romana. Seguindo certa ordem cronológica, Cícero menciona e forma juízo sobre as qualidades oratórias de oradores e magistrados romanos, fazendo referência à história política de Roma, ao desenvolvimento das letras latinas, bem como a pontos de doutrina oratória. O Brutus é um diálogo (sermo) entre as personagens Bruto, Ático e o próprio Cícero. No estudo, discutem-se as características da obra enquanto diálogo, laudatio funebris, memoria e historia da oratória romana.
Title in English
The Brutus of Marcus Tullius Cicero: study and translation
Keywords in English
Brutus
Cicero
Dialogue
History
History oratorum
Laudatio
Laudatio funebris
Memory
Monumentum
Sermon
Abstract in English
This dissertation is divided into two parts: the first one is a study about the Brutus, a dialogue by Marcus Tullius Cicero; the second one presents its complete translation into Portuguese. The Brutus shows features of philosophic dialogue, of historical narrative and of laudatio funebris, and can be summarized as a history of Roman oratory. In chronological order, Cicero mentions and assesses the oratorical qualities of Roman orators and magistrates, while at the same time dealing with Romes political history, with the development of Latin literature and with oratorical doctrine. The Brutus is a dialogue (sermo) between Brutus, Atticus and Cicero. This study discusses its features as a dialogue, laudatio funebris, memoria and history of Roman oratory.
 
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2015-05-06
 
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