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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.8.2007.tde-02012008-111131
Document
Author
Full name
Pedro Falleiros Heise
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2007
Supervisor
Committee
Ghirardi, Pedro Garcez (President)
Silva, Doris Accioly e
Silva, Noe
Title in Portuguese
A introdução de Dante no Brasil: o Ramalhete poético do parnaso italiano de Luiz Vicente de Simoni
Keywords in Portuguese
Dante
De Simoni
Tradução
Abstract in Portuguese
A primeira tradução de Dante em língua portuguesa surge no Ramalhete poético do parnaso italiano, obra de Luiz Vicente De Simoni, em 1843. Este livro, dedicado ao consórcio de Dom Pedro II com a princesa italiana Teresa Cristina, contém vinte e cinco poetas italianos e traz também importantes reflexões sobre tradução no prefácio. Hoje em dia De Simoni está praticamente esquecido entre nós; neste sentido, a presente dissertação buscou indicar alguns subsídios para a retomada deste pioneiro da tradução no Brasil, que apresentou Dante ao público de língua portuguesa.
Title in English
The introduction of Dante in Brazil: the Ramalhete poético do parnaso italiano by Luiz Vicente De Simoni.
Keywords in English
Dante in Brazil
De Simoni
Translation
Abstract in English
The first translation of Dante's work was published in the Ramalhete poético do parnaso italiano by Luiz Vicente De Simoni, in 1843. This book, which celebrated the marriage of Pedro II with the Italian princess Teresa Cristina, presents twenty-five Italian poets, besides including a preface containing important considerations about translating. Nowadays, De Simoni is almost forgoten among us; in this sense, the current work has tried to offer some elements which may permit the rediscovery of this pioneer of translation studies in Brazil, who introduced Dante to the Portuguese-speaking public.
 
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Publishing Date
2008-01-16
 
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