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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.8.2016.tde-03052016-110236
Document
Author
Full name
Jéssica de Souza Farjado
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2016
Supervisor
Committee
Bianchi, Maria de Fátima (President)
Bernardini, Aurora Fornoni
Medeiros, Gutemberg Araujo de
Title in Portuguese
O rei Lear da estepe, de Ivan Turguêniev: uma tragédia russa
Keywords in Portuguese
Estilização
Ivan Turguêniev
Literatura russa
Prosa russa do século XIX
Skaz literário
Teoria da tradução
Abstract in Portuguese
Este trabalho é composto pela tradução da novela O rei Lear da estepe, de Ivan Turguêniev, publicada em 1870, seguida de um breve comentário sobre a influência do dramaturgo inglês William Shakespeare na literatura russa. Em seguida há um estudo sobre o skaz literário presente na novela e da estilização, um recurso estilístico teorizado por Mikhail Bakhtin e Yuri Tyniánov. Assim como a paródia, a estilização é também a recriação de uma obra consagrada, mas, ao contrário daquela, não possui efeito cômico e sim concordância de sentido com o texto no qual foi inspirada. Por fim, há um apontamento sobre a existência de elementos do folclore russo no texto e comentários sobre a tradução baseados em cotejos com versões francesa, inglesa e portuguesa.
Title in English
The King Lear of the steppes, by Ivan Turgenev: a russian tragedy
Keywords in English
Ivan Turgenev
Literary skaz
Russian literature
Translation theory
XIX century Russian prose
Abstract in English
This research consist of a translation of Ivan Turgenevs novel The King Lear of the steppes, published in 1870, followed by a brief commentary on the influence of the English playwrighter William Shakespeare in Russian literature. Then there is a study of the literary skaz present in the novel and styling, a stylistic feature theorized by Mikhail Bakhtin and Yury Tynyanov. Like the parody, the styling is also a recreation of a consecrated work, but rather that it does not have comic effect, but agree with the text direction in which it was inspired. Finally, there is a note about the existence of elements of Russian folklore in the text and comments on the translation based on comparison with French, English and Portuguese versions.
 
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2016-05-03
 
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