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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.8.2016.tde-13092016-140241
Document
Author
Full name
Fernanda Vieira Gôzo
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2016
Supervisor
Committee
Lohner, José Eduardo dos Santos (President)
Frydman, Pablo Schwartz
Prata, Patricia
Title in Portuguese
A Otávia do Pseudo-Sêneca: tradução, estudo introdutório e notas
Keywords in Portuguese
Literatura latina
Teatro
Tradução
Abstract in Portuguese
Esta pesquisa de mestrado objetivou o estudo da peça latina Otávia do Pseudo-Sêneca, que inclui uma tradução para o português, acompanhada de notas e de um estudo introdutório. Este trabalho centrou-se em apontar o que se têm discutido entre os estudiosos de literatura clássica em relação à peça. Foi pertinente para esse expediente uma análise do gênero praetexta, do qual faz parte esta peça, considerando as divergências entre praetexta republicana e imperial, bem como a observação de como a peça integra mito e história. Essa pesquisa inclui também considerações sobre como Otávia dialoga com as tragédias de Sêneca, autor ao qual a peça foi atribuída erroneamente.
Title in English
Octavias Pseudo-Seneca: Translation, introductory study and notes
Keywords in English
Latin literature
Theater
Translation
Abstract in English
This Master's degree investigation aimed the study of the latin play Pseudo-Seneca's Octavia, which includes a translation into Portuguese, accompanied by notes and an introductory study. This work focused on showing what has been discussed between the classical literary scholars about the play. It was relevant to this expedient an analysis of praetexta genre, which this play is part, considering the differences between republican and imperial praetexta, as well as the observation of how the play includes myth and history. This research also includes considerations on how Octavia dialogues with Senecan tragedies, author to whom the play was erroneously attributed.
 
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Publishing Date
2016-09-13
 
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