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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.8.2011.tde-02042012-144905
Document
Author
Full name
Renata de Albuquerque
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2011
Supervisor
Committee
Guimaraes, Helio de Seixas (President)
Barros, Marta Cavalcante de
Gimenez, Erwin Torralbo
Title in Portuguese
Senhoras de si: o querer e o poder de personagens femininas nos primeiros contos de Machado de Assis
Keywords in Portuguese
Contos fluminenses
Discurso de personagens femininas
Estratégia
Histórias da meia noite
Obliquidade
Abstract in Portuguese
Nos dois primeiros livros de contos publicados por Machado de Assis, Contos fluminenses (1870) e Histórias da meia noite (1873), existem treze contos, dos quais onze apresentam discurso direto de personagens femininas, o que parece tornar relevante o estudo desse aspecto. Algumas dessas figuras femininas parecem conseguir expressar suas vontades e, para tanto, utilizam-se de estratégias que fazem parte de seu discurso. Um discurso construído não apenas pela fala, mas complementarmente pelo seu avesso, o silêncio. Investigar, na gênese da obra machadiana, como se constrói essa expressão e quais são essas estratégias é o objetivo principal desta dissertação.
Title in English
They are their own ladies: the female characters' willing and power in Machado de Assis' earliest short stories
Keywords in English
Contos fluminenses
Histórias da meia noite
Obliquity
Speech of female personages
Strategy
Abstract in English
In the first two books of short stories published by Machado de Assis, Contos fluminenses (1870) and Histórias da meia noite (1873), there are thirteen short stories which bring up the direct speech of female characters. This fact seems to make relevant the study of this aspect. Some of these female personages seem to be capable to express their desires and, to do so, they apply strategies which are part of their speech. A speech which is not only built up by the speaking, but it is complemented by its opposite, the silence. The main objective of this thesis is to investigate, in the genesis of Machado de Assiss opus, how this desire expression is built and which these strategies are.
 
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Publishing Date
2012-04-02
 
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