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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.8.2016.tde-14092016-121604
Document
Author
Full name
Haroldo Bruno
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 1980
Supervisor
Title in Portuguese
Pérsio: introdução, tradução e notas
Keywords in Portuguese
Estudo crítico
Pérsio
Sátira latina
Tradução anotada
Abstract in Portuguese
Esta dissertação consiste em uma tradução das sátiras de Pérsio (34-62 d.C.), acompanhada de notas e precedida de estudo preambular, que discute a questão da obscuridade do texto e seu valor literário. Dentre os poetas satíricos latinos canônicos (Lucílio, Horácio e Juvenal), Pérsio parece ter sido relegado a uma posição de menor prestígio. Investigar os motivos determinantes do generalizado juízo negativo acerca da obra de Pérsio foi, por isso, um dos objetivos desta pesquisa. Ainda que, de início, o contato com o texto denunciasse já os elementos condicionantes da situação de inferioridade em que a crítica pôs o autor, nosso contínuo e reiterado trabalho com as sátiras foi aos poucos revelando as qualidades literárias que a propalada obscuridade encobria, de modo a propor uma reavaliação da obra de Pérsio no quadro da sátira latina. A primeira parte desta pesquisa está dividida em quatro capítulos, em que se abordam: a vida e obra de Pérsio; os argumentos de cada sátira; o juízo da crítica sobre a obscuridade; a questão do valor literário dos poemas. A segunda parte apresenta a tradução comentada das sátiras, em que se procurou praticar uma forma vernácula tanto quanto possível fiel e exata ao texto latino, conservando-se as mesmas imagens de Pérsio, mesmo quando o original pudesse vir marcado por sua tão censurada obscuridade.
Title in English
Persius: introduction, translation and notes
Keywords in English
Annotated translation
Critical survey
Latin satire
Persius
Abstract in English
This dissertation consists basically of a translation of Persius' (34-62 A.D.) satires, accompanied by notes and preceded by a preliminary study, which aims to discuss the issue of the text obscurity and its literary value. Amongst the canonical Latin satirical poets (Lucilius, Horace and Juvenal), Persius seems to have been relegated to a less prestigious position. One of the present research goals is, therefore, to investigate the determinant reasons for the widespread negative opinions about Persius' work. Although our first contact with Persius' texts had already announced the conditioning elements of the author's situation of inferiority, our continuous and repeated work with his satires could gradually disclose literary virtues that were hidden by the poet's reputed obscurity, making it possible to propose a re-evaluation of Persius' work in the context of the Latin literary genre of satire. The first part of this research is divided into four chapters, which deal with the following subjects: the life and work of Persius; the plot of each satire; the standard criticism's beliefs about the poet's obscurity; the question of the literary value of the poems. The second part presents an annotated translation, which has sought to be as exact and faithful to the Latin text as possible, by maintaining the same images as those created by Persius, even when the original text was marked by its so reproached obscurity.
 
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