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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.8.2007.tde-05102007-143359
Document
Author
Full name
Aristóteles Angheben Predebon
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2007
Supervisor
Committee
Oliva Neto, João Angelo (President)
Megale, Heitor
Vasconcellos, Paulo Sérgio de
Title in Portuguese
Edição do manuscrito e estudo das 'Metamorfoses' de Ovídio traduzidas por Francisco José Freire
Keywords in Portuguese
Francisco José Freire
Gênero
Metamorfoses
Ovídio
Tradução
Abstract in Portuguese
O presente trabalho consiste na transcrição e estudo do manuscrito inédito e autógrafo de Cândido Lusitano, pseudônimo de Francisco José Freire, intitulado As Transformações de Publio Ovidio Nasam, que é tradução das Metamorfoses de Ovídio, datada de 1771. O estudo contempla a mudança de gênero poético a partir da organicidade do poema, que sofre alteração das Metamorfoses latinas às Transformações portuguesas, bem como a omissão de passagens obscenas, por decoro e impossibilidade de leitura moralizante, e a identificação da edição latina utilizada para a tradução (Burman, 1727).
Title in English
A transcription and a study of the 'As Transformações' de Publio Ovidio Nasam translated by Francisco José Freire
Keywords in English
Francisco José Freire
Genre
Metamorphosis
Ovidio
Translation
Abstract in English
The current work consists of a transcription and a study of the Cândido Lusitano's newly manuscript and autograph - whose pseudonym is Francisco José Freire - entitled As Transformações de Publio Ovidio Nasam, a translation of the Ovidian metamorphosis, dated from 1771. This study focuses on a shifting of poetical genre which has arisen from the poem organicity that suffers changes from the latin metamorphosis to the portuguese transformations, as well as the omission of some obscene passages for moral reasons, the impossibility of a moralistic reading, and the idenfitication of a Latin edition used for the translation (Burman, 1727).
 
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Publishing Date
2007-10-18
 
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