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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.8.2006.tde-23082007-124652
Document
Author
Full name
Márcio Luiz Moitinha Ribeiro
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2006
Supervisor
Committee
Cardoso, Zelia Ladeira Veras de Almeida (President)
Peterlini, Ariovaldo Augusto
Raij, Cleonice Furtado de Mendonca Van
Title in Portuguese
A poesia pastoril: "As Bucólicas" de Vírgilio
Keywords in Portuguese
Amor
Bucólicas
Cenário campestre
Pastor
Virgílio
Abstract in Portuguese
Este trabalho desenvolve algumas reflexões sobre o bucolismo de Virgílio e sua originalidade. Discorreremos sobre a origem deste gênero, como também sobre os temas característicos da poesia bucólica que são o cenário bucólico, o amor heterossexual, homossexual e o amor-veneração e os elementos mitológicos. Dividimos o estudo sobre o estilo virgiliano em três partes. Na primeira, mostraremos a presença dos helenismos nas Bucólicas. Na segunda, veremos as estruturas sintáticas que mais aparecem em sua poesia: o paralelismo sintático, o uso do vocativo, o uso do imperativo e a presença de elipses e zeugmas. Num último momento, focalizaremos o ritmo, a musicalidade e as figuras de harmonia, de construção, de repetição e quiasmo, de pensamento e os tropos. As alusões políticas em Virgílio também serão registradas e exemplificadas nesta dissertação. Na conclusão, focalizaremos dois gêneros literários especiais que estão presentes nas Bucólicas - o canto amebeu e o epigrama - gêneros esses que contribuem para acentuar o hibridismo no poema de Virgílio. Outrossim, podemos afirmar que As Bucólicas de Virgílio serviram de paradigma para as literaturas posteriores das civilizações contemporâneas de ascendência greco-latina.
Title in English
Virgil's bucolic poetry and his originality
Keywords in English
Bucolics
Country landscape
Love
Shepherd
Virgil
Abstract in English
This research introduces some reflections about Virgil's bucolic poetry and his originality. Considerations are made about the origins of this genre, as well as about the themes which are recurrent in bucolic poetry, such as bucolic landscape, heterosexual and homosexual love, love-admiration, and mythological elements. We have divided the study of Virgilian style in three parts. In the first part, the presence of Hellenic traits in the work Bucolics is suggested. In the second part, recurrent syntactic structures in his poetry are explored: syntactic parallelism, the use of the vocative, the use of the imperative form, ellipsis and zeugma. Finally, focus is given to rhythm, musicality and figures of harmony, repetition and chiasm, of thinking and tropes. Political allusions in Virgil are also discussed and exemplified in this dissertation. In the conclusion, two special literary genres are introduced, which feature in Bucolics - the amebeu chant and the epigram, which contribute to Virgil's poem being a text in which one can notice hybridism, in generic terms. Virgil's Bucolics became a paradigmatic work to literature in civilizations of both Greek and Latin ascent.
 
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2007-10-03
 
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