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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
https://doi.org/10.11606/T.8.2019.tde-21072020-133949
Document
Author
Full name
Lucas Alamino Iglesias Martins
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2019
Supervisor
Committee
Chwarts, Suzana (President)
Araújo, Reginaldo Gomes de
Ferreira, João Cesário Leonel
Nunes Junior, Edson Magalhães
Title in Portuguese
Vítima e agente: ironia e o ofício profético na Bíblia Hebraica
Keywords in Portuguese
Bíblia Hebraica
Ironia
Profeta
Abstract in Portuguese
Com o progresso dos estudos literários da Bíblia Hebraica, a ironia tem sido identificada como um recurso recorrente. Apesar de não ser nomeada, encontram-se diversos textos nos quais se espera que o leitor perscrute além do significado explícito e alcance uma concepção mais ampla e integral do relato. Dentre tais textos, merecem destaque aqueles nos quais profetas são personagens centrais. Reputados como personagens distintos, os profetas exibem uma percepção singular da realidade. Assim, muitas vezes em seus oráculos, a ironia irrompe como resultado de perspectivas diferentes: a comum, da audiência, e a distinta, do profeta. Contudo, esses agentes de ironia também figuram como alvos dela mesma. Em algumas situações, os profetas são ironizados por não cumprirem com as expectativas presumidas e associadas ao seu ofício. Estudar essas situações a partir do instrumental da análise literária é o foco do presente estudo.
Title in English
Victim and agent: irony and the prophetic office in the Hebrew Bible
Keywords in English
Hebrew Bible
Irony
Prophet
Abstract in English
With the progress of literary studies of the Hebrew Bible, irony has been detected as a recurring resource. Although not named, there are several texts where the reader is expected to look beyond the explicit meaning and reach a broader and integral conception of the story. Among such texts, those that involve prophets as central characters deserve to be highlighted. Reputed as distinct characters, the prophets exhibit a unique perception of reality. Thus, often in his oracles, irony springs in the text as a result of different perspectives: the common one from the audience, and the distinct from the prophet. However, these agents of irony are sometimes depicted as targets of irony as well. In some situations, the prophets are ironized for not meeting the presumed expectations associated with their office. Studying these situations from the literary analysis instrumental is the focus of this research.
 
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2020-07-21
 
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