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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.8.2007.tde-01082007-151434
Document
Author
Full name
Silvia Regina Lorenso Castro
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2007
Supervisor
Committee
Pietroforte, Antonio Vicente Seraphim (President)
Lopes, Ivã Carlos
Possenti, Sirio
Title in Portuguese
Corpo e erotismo em Cadernos negros: a reconstrução da liberdade no enunciado e na enunciação
Keywords in Portuguese
Cadernos Negros
Corpo negro
Erotismo
Poesia
Semiótica
Abstract in Portuguese
Originada na escravidão e reforçada ainda hoje nas diversas formas de relações cotidianas, a imagem de sexualidade exagerada e inata, colada ao corpo negro, reproduz elementos de violência simbólica e condena, muitas vezes, o corpo negro à morte semiótica. Na tentativa de dissociar-se dessa imagem, o sujeito negro adota algumas estratégias que vão da atitude contida em relação ao exercício da sua afetividade e sexualidade, passando pelo questionamento dos condicionamentos eróticos e, por fim, constituindo uma outra semântica para o corpo negro. Dessarte, esta dissertação procurou perscrutar o enunciado e a enunciação das poesias eróticas de Cadernos Negros na tentativa de desvelar as relações estabelecidas entre as categorias semânticas liberdade vs. opressão; público vs. privado; e individual vs. coletivo. Cadernos Negros é um periódico literário, publicado ininterruptamente há 28 anos, cujo objetivo é divulgar uma enunciação negra na Literatura Brasileira.
Title in English
The body and the erotism in Cadernos Negros: a semiotic reconstruction of the freedom
Keywords in English
Black body
Black Notebooks
Eroticism
Poetry
Semiotics
Abstract in English
The image of the black body has being linked to an exaggerated and innate sexuality originated in the slave era, and is even nowadays reinforced by daily and diverse social relations and interactions. This racialized notion of the black body reproduces elements of symbolic violence, and moreover, condemns the black body to a semiotic death. In an attempt to dissociate themselves from such images, the black writers adopt strategies that go from the attitude contained in the exercise of affectivity and sexuality, passing through the questioning of erotic conditioning, and finally, constituting an alternative semantics of the black body. From this perspective, this dissertation looks to articulate the enunciations of the Black Notebooks erotic poetry, in an attempt to highlight the established relations between semantic categories such as freedom vs. oppression, public vs. private, and individual vs. collective. The Black Notebooks is a literary periodical published uninterrupted in Brazil for 28 years. It's objective is to pursue the black utterance in Brazilian literature.
 
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Publishing Date
2007-08-08
 
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