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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.8.2006.tde-21082007-151804
Document
Author
Full name
Fermín Vañó Ivorra Filho
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2006
Supervisor
Committee
Costa, Jose Horacio de Almeida Nascimento (President)
Gonzalez, Mario Miguel
Rodrigues Filho, José Maria
Title in Portuguese
O teatro trans-ibérico: Raul Brandão e Valle-Inclán
Keywords in Portuguese
Dramaturgia
Espanha
Pioneirismo
Portugal
Sociedade
Abstract in Portuguese
O teatro trans-ibérico: Raul Brandão e Valle-Inclán tem como objetivo: pesquisar, analisar e comparar a literatura dramática desses dois artistas e escritores contemporâneos; ambos representantes de suas gerações literárias, na península ibérica, e desencadeadores de uma moderna dramaturgia no início do século XX. Antes de apresentar o estudo comparativo do teatro português e espanhol, do início do século XX, faremos observar alguns aspectos históricos e sociais da contínua decadência peninsular deste período, questões que aproximam ambos ainda mais, e que enfaticamente influenciaram na formação dos temas, das concepções artísticas e literárias dos dramas desses dois autores de povos vizinhos. Um painel amplo e detalhado da vida e obra de cada autor, em seu respectivo contexto histórico, fez-se aqui necessário para vislumbrar o percurso realizado por cada um deles e o desenvolvimento de suas respectivas produções literárias. Testemunhas comprometidas com esse período, Raul Brandão e Valle-Inclán, ao término da Primeira Guerra Mundial (1914-1918), na plenitude literária de suas vidas, decidiram criar uma dramaturgia de vanguarda. Jesus Cristo em Lisboa (Brandão, 1927) e Los cuernos de Don Friolera (Valle-Inclán, 1921) são frutos do inconformismo de uma época conturbada; peças características de um teatro, que apostava em mudanças e, sobretudo, buscavam alguma reação sinestésica de suas respectivas sociedades. Elegemos os dois dramas mencionados, por serem considerados os precursores do teatro moderno, e por se tratarem de peças polêmicas, produções cinematográficas e de difícil encenação. Tratando-se também de estudo comparativo, recolhemos um conjunto de recepções críticas sobre nossos autores e suas respectivas obras dramáticas, em vida tanto quanto postumamente. Por fim, após investigação, conclui-se a respeito das diferenças e semelhanças desta dramaturgia ibérica, presente nas peças de Raul Brandão e Valle- Inclán.
Title in English
The differences and similarities of Iberian theater: Raul Brandão e Valle-Inclán
Keywords in English
Dramaturgy
Pioneerism
Portugal
Society
Spain
Abstract in English
The objective of O teatro trans-ibérico: Raul Brandão e Valle-Inclán is to research, to analyze and to compare those two artists' dramatic literature and contemporary writers; both representatives of their literary generations, in the Iberian Peninsula, and provocative of a modern theater in the early century XX. Before presenting the comparative study of the Portuguese and Spanish theater, of the beginning of the century XX, we will observe some historical and social aspects of the continuous peninsular decadence of this period, subjects that approximate both still plus, and that emphatically they influenced in the formation of the themes, of the artistic and literary conceptions of those two authors' of neighboring people dramas. A wide and detailed panel of the life and each author's work, in his/her respective historical context, was here necessary to glimpse the course accomplished by each one of them and the development of their respective literary productions. Witness committed with that period, Raul Brandão and Valle-Inclán, in the end of the First World War (1914-1918), in the literary fullness of their lives, they decided to create a vanguard theater. Jesus Cristo em Lisboa (Brandão, 1927) and Los cuernos de Don Friolera (Valle-Inclán, 1921) are the result of the dissatisfaction of a disturbed time; pieces characteristics of a theater, that it bet in changes and, above all, it looked for some reaction synesthésique of their respective societies. We chose the two mentioned dramas, because they are considered the precursors of the modern theater, and because they were controversial pieces, cinematographic productions and of difficult staging. As a comparative study, we collected a group of critical receptions about our authors and their respective dramatic works, in life as much as posthumous. Finally, after investigation, it is concluded regarding the differences and similarities of this Iberian theater, present in Raul Brandão's pieces and Valle-Inclán.
 
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2007-10-02
 
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