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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.8.2016.tde-09032016-135958
Document
Author
Full name
Barbara da Costa e Silva
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2016
Supervisor
Committee
Macedo, José Marcos Mariani de (President)
Coelho, Maria Cecilia de Miranda Nogueira
Frydman, Pablo Schwartz
Title in Portuguese
Tal pai, tal filho: estudo e tradução das declamações O jovem herói (Decl. 5) e O velho sovina (Decl. 6) de Corício de Gaza
Keywords in Portuguese
Corício de Gaza
Declamação
Ensino de retórica
Retórica
Retórica grega
Abstract in Portuguese
Essa dissertação tem como objetivos a tradução ao português brasileiro e o estudo de duas declamações, quais sejam O jovem herói (Decl. 5) e O velho sovina (Decl. 6), creditados a Corício de Gaza, um professor de retórica cuja produção se situou na primeira metade do séc. VI d.C. Primeiramente, apresentam-se as traduções. Em seguida, o estudo, que é dividido em dois blocos: o primeiro capítulo busca contextualizar o corpus tendo em vista a conjuntura histórico-literária na qual ambas as declamações se inserem. O segundo capítulo corresponde à analise descritiva e interpretativa das principais características estilísticas, linguística e argumentativa de ambos os textos.
Title in English
Like father, like son: study and translation of Choricius of Gazas declamations The Young Hero (Decl. 5) and The Miser Old Man (Decl. 6)
Keywords in English
Ancient Greek rhetoric
Choricius of Gaza
Lessons of rhetoric Declamation
Rhetoric
Abstract in English
The main goals of this research are the translation into Brazilian Portuguese and an introductory study of two declamations, The Young Hero (Decl. 5) and The Miser Old Man (Decl. 6), credited to Choricius, a teacher of rhetoric who worked and lived in the 6th century Gaza. Firstly, I present the translation, then the study, which is divided into two sections: in the first chapter I contextualize both declamations historically and in the literary sense. In the second chapter I present a descriptive and interpretative analysis of the main stylistic, linguistic and argumentative characteristics of both texts.
 
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2016-03-09
 
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