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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.8.2010.tde-15032010-105944
Document
Author
Full name
Nahim Santos Carvalho Silva
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2009
Supervisor
Committee
Cardoso, Zelia Ladeira Veras de Almeida (President)
Cardoso, Isabella Tardin
Duarte, Adriane da Silva
Title in Portuguese
Eunuchus de Terêncio: estudo e tradução
Keywords in Portuguese
Ethos
Eunuchus
Comédia
Literatura Latina
Terêncio
Abstract in Portuguese
A presente dissertação consiste em um estudo e na tradução do Eunuchus de P. Terêncio Afer. A obra é a quarta comédia de Terêncio, representada em Roma no ano de 161 a.C., durante os Ludi Megalenses. O estudo divide-se em três partes: o contexto da obra, a sua estrutura e o ethos das personagens. Em relação ao contexto, são considerados o gênero da obra, os espetáculos cênicos, as origens do teatro latino e a biografia literária do autor. Para a análise da estrutura da obra, são examinadas separadamente as duas partes que a constituem: o prólogo e o enredo. O prólogo terenciano tem como peculiaridade o seu uso para a polêmica literária. O enredo organiza-se em duas bases: a suspensão do argumento e a dupla intriga. O ethos das personagens é o alvo principal deste estudo. Foram escolhidas seis personagens para a análise: Taís, Pítias, Pânfila, Fédria, Quérea e Parmenão. Nessa análise, procurou-se operar com dois tratamentos dados ao conceito de ethos: o primeiro, dentro do pensamento aristotélico, nos desdobramentos que o termo ganha na Retórica e na Poética; o segundo, situado no âmbito da Análise do Discurso Francesa, em um desenvolvimento feito por Dominique Maingueneau, ao recuperar, por via da pragmática, a noção de ethos da retórica.
Title in English
Eunuchus of Terence: study and translation
Keywords in English
Ethos
Eunuchus
Comedy
Latin Literature
Terence
Abstract in English
The present dissertation includes both a translation of Terence's play The Eunuch and a study on it. The play is Terence's fourth comedy and was staged in 161 BC, in Rome, during the Ludi Megalenses. The study has been divided into three parts: the context of the play, its structure and the ethos of the characters. Regarding the context, we considered the genre question, staging and stagecraft, latin theatre origins and the author's literary biography. The analysis of the structure has two parts, according to the division of the play itself into a prologue and the plot. Terence's prologues are peculiar in their aptness for literary polemics. The plot is organized on two main axes: line suspension and double intrigue. The characters' ethe are the main target of this study. Six characters have been chosen for the analysis: Thais, Pythias, Pamphila, Phaedria, Chaerea, Parmeno. We approached the concept of ethos in two ways for this analysis: first, within aristotelian thought, and the way it unfolds in both the Rhetoric and the Poetics; second, within the French Discourse Analysis, following a development by Dominique Maingueneau, as he recovered, via his pragmatics, the rhetorical concept of ethos.
 
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2010-03-15
 
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