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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.8.2016.tde-10112016-145800
Document
Author
Full name
Odorico Leal de Carvalho Júnior
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2016
Supervisor
Committee
Hansen, Joao Adolfo (President)
Camilo, Vagner
Carvalho, Maria do Socorro Fernandes de
Mongelli, Lenia Marcia de Medeiros
Siscar, Marcos Antonio
Title in Portuguese
Cantos à comunidade ausente: a tradição épica em Os peãs, de Gerardo Mello Mourão
Keywords in Portuguese
Comunidade
Epopeia
Memória
Poesia moderna
Abstract in Portuguese
O trabalho analisa a trilogia Os Peãs, do poeta cearense Gerardo Mello Mourão (1917-2007), explorando a relação entre a tradição épica e o projeto central da obra, o estabelecimento, pelo canto poético, de uma memória heroica comunal que funcione como fonte de exemplaridade. A trilogia é formada por três volumes: O País dos Mourões (1963), Peripécias de Gerardo (1972) e Rastro de Apolo (1977). Partindo de uma reflexão teórica sobre a morte e a sobrevida do gênero épico, o trabalho constata o uso da epopeia como referência ou "moldura simbólica" para experimentos poéticos modernos que lidam com as noções de tradição, memória e comunidade. Associando Os Peãs a essa tendência de reformulação da epopeia, realiza a análise detalhada de cada volume do tríptico.
Title in English
Songs to an absent community: the epic tradition in Gerardo Mello Mourãos Os Peãs
Keywords in English
Community
Epic
Memory
Modern poetry
Abstract in English
The present work analyses Os Peãs, a poetic trilogy written by the Brazilian poet Gerardo Mello Mourão (1917- 2007). It explores the associations between the epic tradition and the central project of the trilogy - the articulation, through poetry, of a collective heroic memory that might stand as a source of exemplarity. The trilogy is composed of the following works: O País dos Mourões (1963), Peripécias de Gerardo (1972) e Rastro de Apolo (1977). Starting with a reflection on the death and survival of the epic genre, our argument goes on to associate Os Peãs with a tendency in modern poetry that uses the classical epic poem as a reference or a "symbolic frame" for modern poetic experiments dealing with the notions of tradition, memory and community. This is followed by a detailed study of each volume.
 
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2016-11-10
 
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