Query : littérature brésilienne
- Letícia Campos de Resende 2
- ACIOLY-REGNIER, Nadja1
- Aguilera Viruéz Franklin De Matos, Yanet,1
- Anaïs Fléchet,1
- André Goldfeder1
- Andrews, Chris1
- Anselmo Peres Alós1
- Barbosa, Márcio Venício1
- Bertolete-Boulay, Marinilda1
- Bolle, Willi1
- Candido Zambelli, Paula1
- Capredon, Elise1
- Dilma Castelo Branco Diniz1
- Dreyfus, Dominique1
- Elise Capredon1
- Esteves, José,1
- Fabio Roberto Lucas1
- Fléchet, Anaïs1
- Franchini, Pauline1
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology6
- Cultural Heritage and Museology6
- Musicology and Performing Arts6
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences5
- Art and Art History3
- Gender Studies3
- Biological Anthropology2
Brazilian popular music : a mirror of the society
The purpose of this work is to study the relations between music and society in Brazil — with the general assumption that the former reflects the latter. Since it is defended as a thèse sur publications, it consists of two parts: a memorandum and a corpus of published books and articles. The four ch...
Literary anthologies in Brazil: textual fragments and the representation of the bionic reader. The case of Manuel Bandeira
Local colour reconfigurations: The small red chaperon and Rotkäppchen in Brazil
The Old History of Perrault and Grimm is very present in Brazilian literature. This article looks at four recripts published under the liberticide military dictatorship that dominated the country from 1964 to 1985: Chapeuzinho Vermelho, humoristic parody of academic and scientific speech by Millôr F...
I, the other and the ethics of the change: an intertextual dialogue between Fernando Pessoa and Caio Fernando Abreu
Summary: In this work, we look at a Portuguese literary work (The mariner, by Fernando Pessoa) and another Brazilian (The mariner, I count written by Caio Fernando Abreu). To establish interliterary links between these two texts, we use the concept of intertextuality developed by Julie Kristeva (196...
Cultura e literatura latino-americanas na França (1922-1923)
Resumo: Este trabalho tem por objetivo mostrar a recepção e divulgação da cultura e da literatura latino-americanas na França, realizadas através da Revue de L’America, our anos of 1922 e 1923, com artigos sobre personalidades latino-americanas da política, das artes e das letras. Notícias a respeit...
«Magma»: as origens de Guimarães Rosa
<p><strong>Resumo</strong>: Leitura de <em>Magma</em>, de Guimarães Rosa, com o objetivo de indicar a presença de temas, fragmentos, personagens, expressões e recursos estilísticos ali existentes, em outros textos do autor, cronologicamente posteriores.<br /><strong>Palavras-chave</strong>: Literatu...
Economic order and freedom of contract
In Chapter II of Title III (“The contract”) of the book Collection of Studies on the Sources of Law, in honour of François Generation: the general sources of the current legal systems, published in 1934, this article, signed by Georges Ripert (1880-1958), now appear in Brazilian Portuguese for the f...
The effects of the OuLiPo
L’Ouvroir de Literature Potential have been in operation for more than 60 years. During an exceptionally long life, the group’s profile and influence have gradually increased. Even though Oulipo is still a niche phenomenon, the name of the group has become a kind of brand that publishers’ businesses...
A reading of the agricultural issue in Mato Grosso
This article is the first part of a work that examines the agricultural issue in Mato Grosso’s state and will be published in two parts. Our aim in this article is to rescue the agricultural formation of Mato Grosso’s state and the processes that led to the establishment of the current agrarian conf...
Teaching the genders of youth literature: the storm and album
Christiane Connan-Pintado tells us about a colloquium on the teaching of the tale and album as literary genres, which she organises with Elvira Luengo Gascon. The colloquium will take place on 17, 18 and 19 October 2018. The first day will be dedicated to gender in tales and albums and the symposium...
Lima Barreto well beyond the canones
From reading the texts of the prefacitors of the full works (1956) by Afonso Henriques de Lima Barreto (Lima Barreto or LB), his biography written by Francisco de Assis Barbosa (of 1952) and some of his writings, there is a discussion of the writer’s work in Brazilian literature. Never adapted to th...
Reinvent in America: the real and fictional in the work of Régine Robin and Moacyr Scliar
Because of a rather heterogeneous population, mixing various cultures, and ethnic groups, the intercultural character of Canada, and particularly of Québec, can be viewed a form of intangible heritage. Combining two internal monologues expressing a conflict of generations, the story “L’immense fatig...
Brazilian and fable literature from
The Bresilian litterature shows us another mapping of the country, redesigned by ‘the fable of the place’, which presupposes a cross-section from the regional to the national and transnational. While the regional, with a hint, is essentially nativism, folklore and pittoresque, the other, it stifles...
Futile and/or useless medical care: from anguish to the serenity of a bioethical balance
Prolonging the painful dying process, which adds suffering and prorogues death more than it extends life, is one of the most complex and debated bioethical issues today, in the context of end-of-life care. The complexity starts in the definition of this bioethical problem in itself. Our search is ma...
Le Congrès Columbianum
Comentário do texto de Antonio Candido apresentado no Congresso Terzo Mondo e Communità Mondiale em Génova em 1965, em ligação com o papel de Glauber Rocha e do Cinema Novo na auto representação da sociedade brasileira. Revisitação e crítica da imagem do brasileiro como “povo cordial, imagem negando...
Popular music and military dictatorship in Brazil: contestable and logical market dynamics (1964-1985)
Under presented as a symbol of resistance, the People’s Music People was given multiple political meanings during the military dictatorship (1964-1985). The examination of production (discs, shows, but also films and TV fictions) and critical writing, the archives of censorship and the services resp...
2 October [exhibition] Cordel literature: a retrospective in images of a Brazilian poetic genus
The exhibition “Cordel Literature: a retrospective in images of a Brazilian poetic genus” will take place at the Central BU of Rennes University 2 from Tuesday 2 October to Friday 19 October 2018. The exhibition presents and describes the main poetic and editorial characteristics of this Brazilian p...
Portuguese in the Brazilian Empire (1822-1889): the specific trajectories of letter men in the Portuguese colony of Rio de Janeiro
The almost continuous rise of Portuguese migrant arrivals in Rio de Janeiro in the second half of the 19th century consolidates the foundations of a Portuguese colony in the imperial capital. In addition to its presence in the economic and commercial fabric of Rio de Janeiro, the colony is building...
At the crossroads of Brazilian and Portuguese literatures at the crossroads of Brazilian and Portuguese literatures: influences, connections, exchanges (19th and 20th centuries)
Learned culture, cultural industry and popular culture in Brazilian music, literature and cinema: a fertile dialogue
The article analyses the trajectory of the Tropicalist movement, an aesthetic trend that began in the late 60s in Brazil. It will look at its creative strength by highlighting the process of critical assimilation of elements from diverse cultural sources. In Brazilian culture, it was the only artist...
Wild civility or wild civility
In what was my little French, a film released in 1970, Nelson Pereira dos Santos, based on a colonial historical view, based his script on Hans Staden’s newspaper, but refocused it into a satirical narrative between the documentary and fiction. What is relevant in this article is to identify how the...
Engineer, politics and society in the context of the Brazilian capitalist restructuring
This thesis analyses Brazilian engineers professional group in the context of the neoliberal policies and of the productive restructuring. It studies how the fractions of the professional group have been affected by these structural transformations and how their different political organizations hav...
“Cross-fertilisation: Brazilian identity and minorities in Moacyr Scliar Youth Literature
Dias Gomes : The Holy Cross Journey of a Rebel
Based on the recognition of the major role played by the theatrical work of Alfredo Dias Gomes de Freitas, said Dias Gomes, in the construction of modern Brazilian drama, this study aims to retrace the creative life of the play writer from 1937, when he published his first piece, until 1999, when he...
Theatre, culture and Haitian society: an interartistic and intercultural exploration of ‘Self-death in her long wedding’ by Guy Régis Jr
This trial offers a return to a research and creation process surrounding the painting of the text The death of self-esteem in her long wedding of the Haitian author exiled in Paris, Guy Régis Jr. The theatre representation took place in April 2011 at the Laval University LANTISS. It brought togethe...