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Master's Dissertation
DOI
https://doi.org/10.11606/D.8.2020.tde-19022020-174122
Document
Author
Full name
Ariadne Catarine dos Santos
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2019
Supervisor
Committee
Carelli, Fabiana Buitor (President)
Barossi, Luana
Inacio, Emerson da Cruz
Natali, Marcos Piason
Title in Portuguese
O falatório de Stela do Patrocínio e o discurso da crítica literária: variações
Keywords in Portuguese
Crítica literária
Estética
Ética
Loucura
Stela do Patrocínio
Abstract in Portuguese
Este trabalho se situa entre os campos da crítica literária, da estética e da ética e foi impulsionado pelo seguinte questionamento: quais são os dilemas que os textos atribuídos a Stela do Patrocínio, no livro Reino dos bichos e dos animais é o meu nome (2001), provocam à crítica literária? Diante dessa pergunta, ele variou tanto no sentido de ampliar o seu corpus e se tornar diverso em sua discussão, como no de cometer alguns desvios no formato padrão pressuposto aos trabalhos acadêmicos. Para lidar com os textos atribuídos a Stela, mulher "nega preta e crioula", que ficou 30 anos internada na Colônia Juliano Moreira, tornou-se fundamental discutir algumas questões de herança do discurso da crítica literária, suas premissas, seu jogo, suas regras de atuação e o papel do pesquisador frente aos dizeres dos sujeitos subalternizados, assim como se tornou necessário, ainda que de modo inicial, testar outros modos de olhar, escutar, sentir e experimentar esse falatório, que se constrói como um anedotário, que fala sobre os desafetos contra o corpo negro, que busca um "corpo sem órgãos".
Title in English
The babble of Stela do Patrocínio and the literary criticism's discourse: variations
Keywords in English
Aesthetics
Ethics
Literary criticism
Madness
Stela do Patrocínio
Abstract in English
The present thesis spans across the fields of literary criticism, aesthetics and ethics and was driven by the following question: Which dilemmas the texts compiled within the book Reino dos bichos e dos animais é o meu nome (Kingdom of all beasts and animals is my name - 2001) attributed to Stela do Patrocínio provoke for literary criticism? Faced with this question, this work has evolved simultaneously in its size, broadening its corpus (as well as gaining diversity in its discussion) and in structure, deflecting in some aspects from the standards of thesis format. In order to deal with those texts attributed to Stela, a "black, nigga and creole" woman, who was hospitalized in the Juliano Moreira Asylum for 30 years, it became essential to discuss some issues related to the discourse of literary criticism, its premises, its games and its rules and the role played by the researcher before the statements subalternized subjects, thus it became necessary to test other ways of looking, listening, feeling and experiencing this babble, which builds itself as a collection of anecdotes and speaks on the disaffection against the black body and seeks for a "body without organs".
 
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2020-05-04
 
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