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Master's Dissertation
DOI
https://doi.org/10.11606/D.8.2020.tde-13062020-164100
Document
Author
Full name
Felipe de Oliveira Puritta
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2020
Supervisor
Committee
Macêdo, Tania Celestino de (President)
Cavallari, Doris Nátia
Chaves, Rita de Cassia Natal
Soares, Francisco Manuel Antunes
Title in Portuguese
De silêncios e de vozes: uma análise do processo narrativo em Boaventura Cardoso
Keywords in Portuguese
Boaventura Cardoso
Discurso citado
Maio - Mês de Maria
Narrador
Noites de Vigília
Abstract in Portuguese
Esta dissertação visa a análise dos narradores dos romances Maio, Mês de Maria (1997) e Noites de Vigília (2012), do escritor angolano Boaventura Cardoso. Por meio de método comparativo, foram examinados três recursos literários que auxiliam a composição das personagens narradoras, a saber: as situações narrativas - focalização e voz -, as formas de citação do discurso e o uso de imagens animistas. O uso desses recursos distingue-se em cada obra, de forma que a análise comparativa foi utilizada para destacar a adequação de cada estrutura literária a seu contexto. Em ambas as produções, as lacunas do discurso oficial são articuladas de maneira diversa. Maio, Mês de Maria apresenta uma narrativa permeada de boatos e presságios, que guiam a busca do protagonista pelos jovens desaparecidos, evento que alude à repressão ao 27 de Maio de 1977 angolano. Já Noites de Vigília articula os depoimentos de variadas personagens que narram memórias do passado colonial e da Guerra Civil angolana, em um debate que tenciona a pluralidade de vozes, mas não alcança o dialogismo
Title in English
On silences and voices: an analysis of the narrative process in Boaventura Cardoso
Keywords in English
Boaventura Cardoso
Maio - Mês de Maria
Narrator
Noites de Vigília
Reported speech
Abstract in English
This work aims the analysis of the narrators of the novels Maio, Mês de Maria (1997) and Noites de Vigília (2012), both by the Angolan writer Boaventura Cardoso. Through comparative method, three literary devices supporting the narrator composition were examined, namely: the narrative situations focus and voice -, the forms of the reported speech and the use of animist images. Since the use of these devices differ in each work, comparative analysis was applied to highlight the adequacy of each literary structure to its context. In both productions, the official speech's blanks are articulated in different manners. Maio, Mês de Maria presents a narrative full of rumors and omens, which guide the protagonist's quest for the missing youths, event that alludes to the repression to the Angolan May 27 1977. On the other hand, Noites de Vigília articulate the testimonies of many characters who tell their memories about the colonial past and the Angolan Civil War, in a debate that intends the plurality of voices, but does not reach the dialogism.
 
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2020-06-15
 
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