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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.8.2017.tde-26052017-111049
Document
Author
Full name
Lídia Harumi Ivasa
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2017
Supervisor
Committee
Nagae, Neide Hissae (President)
Cunha, Andrei dos Santos
Hashimoto, Shirlei Lica Ichisato
Title in Portuguese
Tradução comentada de três contos de Edogawa Rampo: uma investigação das primeiras obras da literatura policial no Japão
Keywords in Portuguese
Contos
Edogawa Rampo
Literatura japonesa
Literatura policial
Tradução
Abstract in Portuguese
A literatura policial teve origem com o surgimento das grandes cidades, que possibilitou o anonimato do criminoso e a criação de uma força policial para combater essa criminalidade. No Japão, após o período Meiji (1868-1912), são publicadas as primeiras traduções de contos policiais ocidentais, com autores como Edgar Allan Poe e Arthur Conan Doyle. Influenciado por essas leituras, Hirai Tar (1894-1965) escreve as primeiras histórias do gênero ambientadas no Japão, sob o pseudônimo de Edogawa Rampo, difundindo um dos gêneros mais populares no país hoje. Este trabalho apresenta o escritor Edogawa Rampo ao leitor brasileiro, além de propor uma tradução comentada de três contos policiais, mostrando as opções tradutórias e as diferenças culturais que permeiam o texto de partida e o de chegada, embasado pelas Teorias da Tradução. Selecionamos três contos do início da carreira de Rampo, a saber: Nisen dka, Dzaka no satsujin jiken e Shinri shiken, traduzidos respectivamente para o português como A moeda de cobre de dois sen, Assassinato na ladeira D e Teste psicológico. Além disso, apresentamos um breve contexto do gênero policial no Japão na época de Rampo e atualmente.
Title in English
Commented translation of three short stories by Edogawa Rampo: an investigation of the first Japanese works of crime literature
Keywords in English
Crime literature
Edogawa Rampo
Japanese literature
Short stories
Translation
Abstract in English
Crime literature originated from the emergence of the big cities, which enabled the anonymity of the criminal and the creation of a police force to fight this criminality. In Japan, after the Meiji period (1868-1912), the first translations of Western crime short stories are published, with authors such as Edgar Allan Poe and Arthur Conan Doyle. Influenced by these readings, Hirai Tar (1894-1965) writes the first stories of this genre set in Japan, under the pseudonym Edogawa Rampo, spreading one of the most popular genres in the country today. This work presents the writer Edogawa Rampo to the Brazilian reader, besides proposing a commented translation of three crime short stories, presenting the translating options and the cultural differences which permeate the source text and target text, based on the Theories of Translation. We have selected three short stories from the beginning of Rampo's career, which are: Nisen dka, Dzaka no satsujin jiken e Shinri shiken, respectively translated to Portuguese as A moeda de cobre de dois sen, Assassinato na ladeira D and Teste psicológico. We also present a brief context of the crime genre in Japan at Rampo's time and at the present.
 
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2017-05-26
 
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