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Master's Dissertation
DOI
Document
Author
Full name
Fernando Augusto Sousa Monteiro
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2018
Supervisor
Committee
Hansen, Joao Adolfo (President)
Malufe, Annita Costa
Pécora, Antonio Alcir Bernárdez
Zular, Roberto
Title in Portuguese
Agudezas e medievalismos na poesia de João Cabral de Melo Neto: estudos para O cão sem plumas e O rio
Keywords in Portuguese
Agudeza
João Cabral
Medievalismo
Oralidade
Poesia brasileira moderna
Abstract in Portuguese
O objetivo desta dissertação de mestrado é realizar um estudo sobre a presença, na poesia de João Cabral de Melo Neto, de artifícios compositivos associados às práticas poéticas antigas: em um primeiro momento, a doutrina da agudeza, a partir da experiência de alguns poetas seiscentistas espanhóis; já em um segundo momento, a poesia medieval castelhana, por meio da leitura do Cantar del Mio Cid , das obras de Gonzalo de Berceo e das Coplas sobre la muerte de su padre , de Jorge Manrique. Como se explicaria o uso de procedimentos técnicos antigos por um poeta moderno, considerado materialista e nominalista? A fim de buscar respostas para tal questionamento, pretende-se, de maneira mais específica, analisar os efeitos e as problematizações que tais recursos poéticos trariam para a lírica de João Cabral em um momento fundamental de sua construção poética: a publicação de O Cão sem Plumas (1950) e O Rio (1953). Por exemplo, os recursos retórico-poéticos próprios do século XVII incluem-se num sistema autor-obra-público que não é moderno e pressupõem regras estabelecidas para cortesãos numa sociedade de corte. A fundamentação desses recursos é substancialista, metafísica e escolástica. Logo, resta um questionamento: quais significações o uso de procedimentos técnicos antigos traria para a construção e para a recepção dessa poesia em pleno século XX?
Title in English
Wits and medievalisms in the poetry of João Cabral de Melo Neto: analysis of O Cão sem Plumas and O Rio.
Keywords in English
João Cabral
Medievalism
Modern Brazilian poetry
Orality
Wit
Abstract in English
The purpose of this master's thesis is to conduct a study on the presence of compositional artifices associated with ancient poetic practices in the poetry of João Cabral de Melo Neto: firstly, the doctrine of wit, from the experience of some Spanish poets of the 17th century; then, in a second moment, the Castilian medieval poetry, through the reading of El Cantar del Mio Cid , the works of Gonzalo de Berceo and Coplas sobre la muerte de su padre , by Jorge Manrique. How would one elucidate the use of ancient technical measures by a modern poet, considered materialistic and nominalistic? In order to find answers to such questions, it is intended, in a more specific way, to analyze the effects and problematizations that such poetic resources would bring to the lyric of João Cabral at a crucial moment of his poetic building up: the publication of O Cão Sem Plumas (1950) and O Rio (1953). For instance, the seventeenth-century rhetorical-poetic features are included in an author-work-public system that is not modern and presupposes established rules for courtiers in a court society. The basis of these features is substantialistc, metaphysical and scholastic. Hence, one of the questions raised by this work is: what are the meanings that the use of old technical procedures would bring to the building up and receiving of this poetry in the middle of the twentieth century?
 
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