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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.8.2010.tde-30042010-122536
Document
Author
Full name
Graziela Schneider Urso
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2010
Supervisor
Committee
Vassina, Elena Nikolaevna (President)
D'Angelo, Biagio
Gomide, Bruno Barretto
Title in Portuguese
A face russa de Nabokóv: poética e tradução
Keywords in Portuguese
Autotradução
Cultura russa
Língua russa
Literatura russa
Tradução
Vladímir Nabókov
Abstract in Portuguese
Embora o nome Nabókov remeta tão-somente a escritor norte-americano, criador de Lolita, raro se lembra de sua origem russa. Nem os leitores, nem a crítica literária brasileira associam Nabókov à literatura russa, apesar de ter-se consagrado primeiramente como autor russo e por mais de 20 anos ter escrito nessa língua, com a qual ele se identifica tanto como escritor, tradutor e autotradutor, quanto como professor e teórico. A presente dissertação é o primeiro trabalho a trazer tradução direta do russo da coletânea de contos Primavera em Fialta (1956), obra-prima do momento russo de Nabókov, inédita no Brasil. Propõe-se a adentrar o arcabouço nabokoviano, delinear sua poética e traçado distintivo, ressaltando seus procedimentos estilísticos e lingüísticos. Finalmente, objetiva-se observar o processo tradutório de Nabókov, suscitando questões atreladas às mudanças de paisagem e língua literária e investigando a relação entre escritura, tradução e identidade cultural e artística.
Title in English
Nabokov's russian face: poetics and translation
Keywords in English
Russian culture
Russian language
Russian literature
Self-translation
Translation
Vladimir Nabokov
Abstract in English
Although Nabokov is usually best remembered as the North-American author of Lolita, his Russian origins are rarely mentioned. Brazilian readers and literary critics never think of linking Nabokov with Russian literature, even though he was first known as a Russian writer, for over two decades, and even though he identified himself as such, as well as being a translator, self-translator, teacher and theoretician. This master thesis is the first one to offer a direct translation from Russian into Portuguese of Spring in Fialta (1956), a remarkable collection of short stories from Nabokov s Russian period, considered a masterpiece, never yet published in Brazil. It will also describe Nabokov´s poetics and stylistic peculiarities, as well as the linguistic process at work in the short stories. This work aims at studying Nabokov´s translation process, raising issues linked with the changes in his literary landscape and language, and observing the relation between writing, translation, as well as cultural and artistic identity.
 
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Publishing Date
2010-04-30
 
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