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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.8.2013.tde-23102013-105204
Document
Author
Full name
Renata Lopes Araujo
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2013
Supervisor
Committee
Campos, Regina Maria Salgado (President)
Hasegawa, Alexandre Pinheiro
Leite, Guacira Marcondes Machado
Pino, Claudia Consuelo Amigo
Silva, Guilherme Ignácio da
Title in Portuguese
Da Arcádia a Paris: leituras de estórias, estórias de leituras
Keywords in Portuguese
André Gide
Georges Perec
Intertextualidade
Metatextualidade
Virgílio
Abstract in Portuguese
No presente trabalho, estudamos as relações passíveis de ser estabelecidas entre três obras à primeira vista muito diferentes: as Bucólicasde Virgílio, Paludesde André Gide e Manderre, de Georges Perec. Nosso objetivo é mostrar uma espécie de percurso potencial de um personagem, Títiro, por meiodos textose as transformações por ele sofridas. Por meio de uma análise que leva em consideração o ponto de vista intertextual, tentamos compreender a apropriação feita por cada um dos autores, e as implicações causadas pelos diferentes contextos literários nos quais o personagem se insere.
Title in English
From Arcadia to Paris: readings of stories, stories of readings
Keywords in English
André Gide
Georges Perec
Intertextuality
Metatextuality
Virgil
Abstract in English
In this research, we study the relations that can be established between three works at first sight very different: Virgils Eclogues, André Gides Paludesand Georges Perec Manderre. Our aim is to show some sort of potential path followed by acharacter, Tityrus, through the textsand the transformations undergone by him. Through an analysis that considers an intertextual point of view, we try to understand the appropriation made by each author, and the implications caused by different literary contexts in which the character is inserted.
 
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Publishing Date
2013-10-23
 
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