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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.31.2018.tde-26092018-122554
Document
Author
Full name
Elisiane da Silva Quevedo
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2018
Supervisor
Committee
Moraes, Marcos Antonio de (President)
Abreu, Mirhiane Mendes de
Bordini, Maria da Glória
Lopez, Therezinha Apparecida Porto Ancona
Title in Portuguese
Humilhados e ofendidos: os Carés em O Tempo e o Vento, de Érico Veríssimo
Keywords in Portuguese
Erico Verissimo
Literatura brasileira
Personagens
Pobreza
Romance
Abstract in Portuguese
Esta dissertação tematiza a configuração das personagens de sobrenome Caré na trilogia O Tempo e o Vento, do escritor sul-rio-grandense Erico Verissimo (1905-1975). Lulu Caré, José Caré (Juca Feio), Quincas Caré, Chiru Caré, João Caré, Mingote Caré, Pedro Caré, Mané Caré, Ismália Caré, Lauro Caré, Romualdinho Caré, Antônia, Ondina Caré, Joaninha Caré são representantes de uma classe de indivíduos espoliados presentes nas três partes do romance: O continente, O retrato e O arquipélago. Ladeando o enredo principal, quase despercebidos do leitor, os Carés contrapõem-se aos protagonistas, os representantes da aristocracia. São sujeitos livres, mas "sem eira nem beira", desvalidos, que vivem, inicialmente, errantes, e que, posteriormente, passam a viver nas franjas da propriedade dos Terra Cambará, dependentes da solidariedade dos poderosos. O objetivo desta dissertação é explorar a configuração dos Carés ao longo da trilogia, buscando observar as relações entre ficção e experiência da realidade. Para tanto, a dissertação aborda: 1. a relação entre os Carés e o sentido de "raça" ou mestiçagem, analisando-se a linhagem dos Carés em um viés étnico; 2. a relação entre os Carés e a ideia de "gaúcho", procurando inquirir se eles se enquadrariam ou não em um modelo culturalmente preconcebido - destemido, audacioso, íntegro, com seu cavalo e indumentária típica; 3. a conexão entre Carés e a terra (o Continente de São Pedro, o estado do Rio Grande do Sul, a fazenda do grande proprietário) que os abriga, mas sobre a qual não têm direito; 4, a relação entre os Carés e a guerra, sublinhando a incongruência entre sujeitos rechaçados pela sociedade em tempos de paz e apreciados em tempos de conflito. Focaliza, igualmente, a relação da sociedade descrita por Erico com as mulheres Carés, tratadas como objetos sexuais dos estancieiros.
Title in English
Humiliated and insulted: the Carés in The Time and the Wind, by Érico Veríssimo
Keywords in English
Brazilian Literature
Characters
Érico Veríssimo
Novel
Poverty
Abstract in English
This dissertation thematizes the configuration of the characters surnamed Caré in the trilogy "The Time and the Wind", written by the Rio Grande do Sul State writer, Erico Verissimo (1905-1975). Lulu Caré, José Caré (Juca Feio), Quincas Caré, Chiru Caré, João Caré, Mingote Caré, Pedro Caré, Mané Caré, Ismália Caré, Lauro Caré, Romualdinho Caré, Antônia, Ondina Caré and Joaninha Caré are representatives of a class of stolen individuals present in the three parts of the novel: The Continent, The Portrait and The Archipelago. Besides the main plot, almost unnoticed by the reader, the Carés counterpoint the protagonists, the representatives of the aristocracy. They are free subjects, but without anything to call their own, helpless, who live, initially, wandering, and who, later, live in the fringes of the Terra Cambará property, dependent on the solidarity of the powerful. The purpose of this dissertation is to explore the configuration of the Carés throughout the trilogy, seeking to observe the relations between fiction and reality experience. To do so, the dissertation addresses: 1. the relationship between the Cares and the sense of "race" or miscegenation, analyzing the lineage of the Carés in an ethnic bias; 2. The relation between the Cares and the idea of "gaucho", trying to inquire whether or not they fit into a culturally preconceived model - fearless, audacious, upright, with his typical horse and typical clothing; 3. The connection between Carés and the land (the Continent of Saint Peter, the Rio Grande do Sul State, the farm of the great owner) that houses them, but which they are not entitled; 4, the relationship between the Cares and the war, highlighting the incongruity between subjects rejected by society in times of peace and appreciated in times of conflict. It also focuses on the relationship of the society described by Erico with the Carés women, treated as sexual objects of the ranchers.
 
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2018-10-09
 
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