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ELISA LISPECTOR: A ESCOLHA DE UM ITINERÁRIO DESCONHECIDO
Este artigo pretende revisitar a trajetória literária de Elisa Lispector a partir de questionamentos existenciais impostos pelas protagonistas que compõem as várias narrativas dessa escritora. Tais questionamentos se entrelaçam na escritura como fios condutores, fazendo com que os estados emocionais...
Entrevista Vera Maria Tietzmann Silva
Ofelia’s search for identity in the Fauno Labirinto (2006): a centuries-symbolic
This article aims to observe the search for the identity of the Ofelia character in the film production of the Fauno Labirinto (2006) by Guillermo del Toro on the basis of the mythical and symbolic elements contained in the narrative. With the symbols and the mythic elements, it is intended to show...
The social and symbolic importance of myth: from classical antiquity to establishing mythology as science
The myth corresponds to the narrative of an original past, a precursor of all times, where we can find the models and examples that determine and make life meaningful. Having accompanied man since the inception of humanity, the myth is rooted in human behaviour, symbolically explaining human and nat...
Soteriology at the novel Assunção De Salviano by Antonio Callado
The inaugural novel of Antonio Callado, Assunção de Salviano, is permeated by the context of the peasant fighting in the north-east. In the middle of the 20th century, the project is happy to see the birth of a redentor of peasants. In that sense, it is worried to investigate how that work calladian...
The social and symbolic importance of the myth
The myth corresponds to the narrative of an original past, a precursor to all times, where we can find the models and examples that determine and make life meaningful. Having accompanied man since the inception of humanity, the myth is rooted in human behaviour, symbolically explaining human and nat...
LABIRNTIIC STRATIONS IN LEMINKSI AND IN BORGES
This search aims to study the existing narrative structures in the metaformosis corpora: a trip by the Greek imaginary (1994) by Paulo Leminski and El jardín de senderos bifurcan (2005 ) by Jorge Luis Borges. Both Borges and Leminski were chosen for equestrian reasons, since these two authors,...
The imaginary of love and war in Mariana Pineda of García Lorca
The years preceding the first of Mariana Pineda’s work by García Lorca in Barcelona were characterised by times of great social unrest throughout Spain. The dictatorship of General Primo de Rivera, brutally repressing protests against the government and establishing strict censorship of theatrical t...
The girl and her mother
The physical space in the poetry of Manoel de Barros, the Pantanal, is depicted in a poethics that transcends the imaginary, when talking about space we need to talk about his residents, so the female figure will be the focus of research around invented Memories. Moreover, because we are dealing wit...
The heroin and heroin day: an analogue discussion in the light of myopsicocritics
Considering the model of the myotic heroi day proposed by Joseph Campbell, the individuation process prepared by Jung and the heroin day drawn up by Ellen Douglas, Carol Christ and Annis Pratt, this work demonstrates the differences between the day of the male heroi and the literary heroin in novels...
The figure of the old daughter at the story of paths A Princesa and the Goblin of George Macdonald
This article seeks to read the ‘Velha Senhora’ character, A princesa and goblin, first published in 1872 by George MacDonald. This mysterious features, through an inslistic presence on the narrative, telling ways to the Irene character, which is at the centre of a sequestration plan, to be brought t...
The maze travelled by Mrs. JORGE B. XAVIER IN “A PROCURE DE UAN DIGNIDADE” DE CLARICE LISPECTOR:
The aim of this study is to analyse Clarice Lispector’s narrative “Achieving Dignity” on the basis of the imaginary studies developed by Durand and its followers. The bachelardian and Jung designs of the images coming from the maze also served as anchors. The study aims to show that through this nar...
LABIRNTICAS STATES IN THE GENERAL OF Utopia, DE PEPETELA
Recurrent image in contemporary metafications, the labirinto joins its own post-modern experience. The particular characteristics of this structure — fragmentation, discontinuity, multiplicity and infinity — and the sensations associated with the labirinetic experience — disorientation, uncertainty,...
Interview Ana Maria Lisboa DE Mello: “the criticism of the imaginary responds to our concerns about language, meaning, interpretation of our place in society”.
Téssera has the honour to offer in its first number an interview with Ana Maria Lisboa de Mello, whose questions came from members of the WG “imaginary, literary representations and cultural displacements”. Ana Lisboa is one of the first Brazilian researchers to address the literature through the cr...
Rome in the Roman elegies of Gabriele D’Annunzio
None Italian artist described Roma as the Roman, poet, dramaturgo, journalist, roteirist and Italian soldier Gabriele D’Annunzio (1863-1938). Even before turning on Roman soil in 1881, he already knew his streets, atmospheres, works of art, people in motion and their faces; to a certain extent, Rome...
The STAFF OF CITIES OF THE EXPRESSION OF ABANDONO IN THE OBRA DE FRANCISCO ESPINHARA
This article looks at how Francisco Espinhara’s pessimistic style is built with regard to its language relations with the contemporary world of cities. This is a study which seeks to investigate the abandonment and space as cuttings and marks of a work, the expression of which stems from the dilutio...
A trip to the other corners of zendians
This article examines how the travel literature in Brazil has been built in order to outline how the other corners’ narrady-traveller is built by Maria Valérica Rezende, and to what extent the flerta frame and break with the classic features of national road narratives. In addition to this, another...
The ‘Dark NOITE DA ALMA’ in the maze DO SER poetic
interprets the metaphor ‘dark night of the soul’, built by the Spanish poet São João da Cruz in the poema Noche oscura, drawing an analogy with the process of individualisation by Jung. Taking the image of the maze as a symbol of the difficult and obscure path of the psychum, at the time of reviewin...
A união mística com o Orixá através da participação no Axé (The mystical union with the deity Orisha through participation in Axé) - 52/P.2175-5841.2013v11n30p737
<p>As religiões de matriz africana no Brasil possuem um rico e complexo sistema de crenças, ritos e mitos que caracterizam a sua experiência religiosa. Este trabalho limita-se a estudar alguns temas religiosos do Candomblé de raiz nagô. A ideia de criação funda-se na concepção de um duplo cosmos, or...
Expediente: Horizonte, vol. 13, no. 38, Abr./Jun. 2015
<p>Expediente:</p><p>Horizonte, vol. 13, no. 38, Abr./Jun. 2015</p>
Expediente - Horizonte, Belo Horizonte, v. 16, n. 49, jan./abr. 2018
Dossiê: Santuários e Turismo Religioso Horizonte, Belo Horizonte, v. 16, n. 49, jan./abr. 2018
New Map of Religions in Brazil