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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.8.2014.tde-06052015-173049
Document
Author
Full name
Ivair Carlos Castelan
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2014
Supervisor
Committee
Cavallari, Doris Natia (President)
Barni, Roberta
Dias, Mauricio Santana
Faria, Flora de Paoli
Roque, Araguaia Solange de Souza
Title in Portuguese
Trieste, inaptidão e ciúme: três componentes fundantes do romance sveviano
Keywords in Portuguese
Ambiente triestino
Ciúme
Inapto
Romance sveviano
Triângulo amoroso
Abstract in Portuguese
O principal objetivo deste trabalho é realizar uma leitura atenta que demonstre a importância do ciúme para a tessitura narrativa nos romances de Italo Svevo: Una vita (1892), Senilità (1898) e La coscienza di Zeno (1923). A partir da ordem de publicação de cada obra, pretende-se desvelar as relações amorosas, desnudando o modo como o ciúme apresenta-se nas histórias vividas pelos personagens. As diversas teorias que discorrem sobre o ciúme, ainda que de modos diferentes, convergem em um ponto, ou seja, no caráter triplo desse sentimento que terá, portanto, o triângulo como a forma geométrica que melhor o representa. Todavia, o ciúme será analisado neste estudo, sobretudo, à luz da teoria do filósofo francês, René Girard. Este trabalho ainda trata de duas questões fundamentais na obra de Svevo, intrinsicamente ligadas ao ciúme: o ambiente triestino, onde se desenrolam as histórias e o caráter inapto de seus protagonistas.
Title in English
Trieste, inaptitude and jealousy: three foundational components of svevo's novels
Keywords in English
Inaptitude
Jealousy
Love triangle
Svevian novels
Triestian enviroment
Abstract in English
The main goal of this work is to produce an attentive reading that demonstrates the importance of jealousy shaping the narrative web in Italo Svevo's novels: Una vita (1892), Senilità (1898) e La coscienza di Zeno (1923). Following the chronological order of each piece, the intent is to unveil the amorous relationships by uncovering the manner jealousy is presented in characters' histories. The diverse theories lecturing on jealousy -though may diverge in some aspects- end up converging in one: the triple aspect of the feeling, the triangle for its geometrical shape that very well represents it. However, jealousy will be taken in this study, most of all, enlightened by the french philosopher theory of René Girard. Furthermore, this thesis also deals with two important matters of Svevo's work, intrinsically linked to jealousy: the Triestian enviroment, where main characters' storyline and inaptitude flourish.
 
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2015-05-06
 
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