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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.8.2009.tde-17082009-145351
Document
Author
Full name
Claudia Bernardete Veiga de Almeida
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2009
Supervisor
Committee
Garmes, Helder (President)
Inacio, Emerson da Cruz
Jorge, Silvio Renato
Title in Portuguese
O escravo: entre a identidade caboverdiana e a literatura européia
Keywords in Portuguese
Cabo Verde
Expansão portuguesa
Literatura e escravidão
Mestiçagem
Miscigenação cultural
Tráfico escravo português
Abstract in Portuguese
O romance O Escravo (1856), escrito por José Evaristo de Almei-da, português radicado por algum tempo em Cabo Verde, traz marcas do contexto histórico e cultural daquela colônia portuguesa em meados do século XIX. Este estudo busca demonstrar que o romance vai além da caracterização genérica do arquipélago, e procura delinear literariamente uma identidade caboverdiana. Essa abordagem, identitária, tem por parâmetros, estéticos e de valor, não apenas o contexto literário e de idéias português, mas o contexto maior do debate europeu acerca da escravidão e da raça, com destaque para um diálogo intertextual privilegiado com o romance Bug-Jargal (1826) de Victor Hugo.
Title in English
The slave: between the European identity and literature capeverdian
Keywords in English
Cape Verde
Cultural miscegenation
Fusion
Literature and slavery
Portuguese
Portuguese expansion
Slave trafficking
Abstract in English
The novel The Slave (1856) written by José Evaristo de Almeida, a Portuguese who settled for a long time in Cape Verde Islands, brings trac-es of cultural and historical context from that Portuguese settlement in the middle of the 19th century. This literary production aims to show that the novel goes beyond a generic characterization of the Archipelago. Moreo-ver, it also aims to represent, through the literary field, an identity pertinent to Cape Verde Islands. This identity approach shows, through aesthetic pa-rameters and values, not only the literary context and Portuguese ideas, but also the larger context of European discussion about slavery and race, em-phasizing an intertextual dialogue in Victor Hugo's novel, Bug Jargal (1826).
 
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Publishing Date
2009-08-17
 
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