Query : autobiographical pact
- Ana Maria Machado1
- Anna Kapuścińska1
- Dábila Vitor Ferreira1
- Deise Cristina Carvalho de Jesus1
- Delangue, Henri1
- Elvira Cristina Martins Tassoni1
- Evelyn de Almeida Orlando1
- Florina ILIS1
- Justyna Lisak1
- Katrym Aline Bordinhão dos Santos1
- Laura Scarano1
- Loyde Anne Carreiro Silva Veras1
- Luciana Borges1
- Ménand Doumazane, Françoise1
- Olena Duć-Fajfer1
- Rodrigo Cantos Savelli Gomes1
- Sébastien Genvo1
- Stéphane Ledien1
- Cultural Heritage and Museology1
Entre médiation, tiraillement et éclatement, la crise identitaire de l’écrivain-narrateur d’autobiographie intellectuelle
This article analyzes the tensions that inhabit the writer engaged in an exercise of intellectual autobiography. The study is in particular applied to a postcolonial corpus and more precisely to a set of authors’ texts characterized by a certain cultural hybridization, whether this involved a migrat...
Automoribundia de Ramón Gómez de la Serna: heterodoxia autobiográfica de un vanguardista insólito
Ramón Gómez de la Serna escribe una peculiar autobiografía titulada Automoribundia, que abarca sesenta años (1888-1948). Desde España a su exilio en Argentina, y afrontando las ambigüedades de su postura política frente al franquismo, este controvertido vanguardista distorsiona las convenciones del...
Cartas de Ruben A. em Coimbra : o outro lado do desterro
The disclosure of a significant core of family letters that Ruben A. exchanged with his parents between 1942 and 1945 challenges some of the contents of his autobiography O mundo à minha procura which the writer published in the 1960s and shows how correspondence functions as the antechamber of s...
The Chiquinha Gonzaga Collection as an Autobiographical Narrative
In this investigation, I analyze the documents comprising the collection of conductor and composer Chiquinha Gonzaga, now in possession of the Moreira Salles Institute in Rio de Janeiro. This collection was started by the musician herself preserving countless fragments of her life, memories, and per...
"Opowieść Pielgrzyma" – Ignacego Loyoli projekt autobiograficzny. Kilka uwag o gatunku, narracji, podmiocie i geście egzystencjalnym
The article raises the problem of the genre, narration and subject construction in The Pilgrim’s Story. The author of the article argues that despite the mediational/transitional (from oral to written) character of Loyola’s narrative, the text is spoken autobiography in the third person....
—Iography or autofiction at the Nothomb/Nothomb?
In his book Poetics, Aristotle uses the word mimèsis to describe the imitative arts, that is to say the different poetic forms and the representation of reality in literature. However, with the literary critic of the twentieth century, the authors have begun to analyze the literature to consider it...
А Вісла дале плыне Петра Мурянкы – автобіоґрафія як реінвенцийний міф
And the Vistula Flows On by Petr Murianka – Autobiography as Reinvention Myth The article attempts to symptomatically read one of the most important texts in Lemko literature of the last decades – the literary autobiography of Petr Murianka entitled And the Vistula Flows On. A large textual machine...
THE AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL NOVEL IN MEU PÉ DE LARANJA LIMA
This paper focuses on the analysis of the literary work Meu p de laranja lima, in which the author Jos Mauro de Vasconcelos relates his own childhood through a child character. In the plot, however, there is the authors alleviation and seeking for the recognition of readers, which according to autob...
I wojna światowa w świetle egodokumentów zawartych w wybranych księgach pamięci
This article concerns the personal memories of the Jews from the time of the First World War recorded in the memorial books of the selected localities of Wołyń, Eastern Galicia, and the Kingdom of Poland. Its main focus lies in the memories of daily and family life, as well as the alterations on...
Faire jouer la vie d’autrui
How to share an individual life story through play? Isn't there a contradiction in wanting to transmit established events to a player who is in search of possibilities of appropriation, of exercising what is possible? And conversely, in this case, how to mediate the lived experience of others? How c...
The feelings of life: a Construção de si e do na materialidade autobiografia uma materialidade
This articulate part of the uma analyse do Livro 8: 28, a autobiograph of Eva Yarwood Mills Published em 1976, em Lancaster, United States. Eva Mills veio da England for or Brazil as Protestant uma missionária no period from 1928 to 1959, aposentando-United States. From 8: 28 onwards, we sought to i...
Escritas de mim: narrativas e a autoformação docente
This article brings a review of an autobiographical research that investigated the reflexive-formative process of one of the authors as a movement that enhances the personal and professional development of teacher. The production of the empirical material was done by means of remembrances of the exp...
Adrian Marino, The life of a Single Man or on the Meaning of Ideological Autobiography
The present study tries to analyse The life of a single man by Adrian Marino from the perspective of the autobiographical genre. However, a close reading of the text’s Foreword reveals certain poetic and stylistic features which render difficult the assignement of genre. Starting from some of the su...
A POÉTICA OF SECRECY: THE PACT AUTOBIOGRÁFICO AS PROJECT IN POÉTICO ANA C.
The poetics of Ana Cristina Cesar is built on the pillars of the confidential process and the creation of the fictional self - the one that the author, lending Fernando Pessoa, called of feigning. This project can be realized with poetic reading of A teus ps. Assuming to be faithful to the biographi...
Mirrors of Aline : an ethnocritical reading of Charles-Ferdinand Ramuz’s novel
“Mirrors of Aline” puts forward an ethnocritical reading of Charles-Ferdinand Ramuz’s first novel, which was published in coedition in Paris and Lausanne in 1905. This study explores three different paths of research, starting with a cultural reading of the writer’s first twenty-seven years, from hi...