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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.8.2007.tde-26102007-154041
Document
Author
Full name
Fernando Crespim Zorrer da Silva
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2007
Supervisor
Committee
Torrano, Jose Antonio Alves (President)
Cardoso, Zelia Ladeira Veras de Almeida
Duarte, Adriane da Silva
Fontes Junior, Joaquim Brasil
Oliveira, Flávio Ribeiro de
Title in Portuguese
Os caminhos da paixão em Hipólito de Eurípides
Keywords in Portuguese
Eurípides
Fedra
Hipólito
Paixão
Tragédia grega
Abstract in Portuguese
A tragédia Hipólito de Eurípides é lida e analisada, sob o aspecto da paixão e sob as diversas perspectivas em que essa paixão se reflete e refrange. Hipólito incorre em hybris ao tratar a deusa Afrodite como a uma mulher mortal, pois não compreendeu que essa divindade deve ser respeitada e exige honras. Fedra apresenta-se como uma mulher que, dominada pela paixão por seu enteado Hipólito, incessantemente busca evitá-la e livrar-se dela; contudo, a rainha oscila nesse desejo amoroso, pois suas falas delirantes revelam desejos eróticos ocultos. Dotada de capacidade reflexiva e especulativa sobre a ação humana, ela é, no entanto, enganada pelo sofisticado discurso de sua aia. Examina-se ainda o longo discurso de Hipólito, que o mostra a odiar as mulheres e a desejar ora que não existissem, ora que não empregassem a linguagem verbal. A carta, deixada por Fedra ao suicidar-se, encontrada junto a seu cadáver, ganha, com a morte, ressonância como ponto de apoio da acusação contra Hipólito. Teseu comporta-se como um mau leitor desse documento e de seu contexto, ao pronunciar um injusto julgamento. A tradução, que acompanha o presente estudo analíticointerpretativo, serve-lhe tanto de fundamentação quanto de complemento e de esclarecimento, por ser-lhe simultânea na sua gênese e solidária na sua intenção.
Title in English
The paths of passion in Euripide's Hippolytus.
Keywords in English
Euripide
Greek tragedy
Hippolytus
Passion
Phaedra
Abstract in English
The tragedy Hippolytus, by Euripide, is read and analysed, under the aspect of passion, and the different perspectives in which this passion reflects and refracts. Hippolytus incurs a hybris when he treats the goddess Aphrodite as a mortal woman, because he was not able to understand that this divinity must be respected and that she requires honors. Phaedra presents herself as a woman who, dominated by passion for his stepson Hippolytus, incessantly tries to avoid this feeling and get rid of it; however, the queen oscilates in this desire, since her delirious speeches reveal hidden erotic desires. Being able both to reflect and to especulate about human action, she is, however, cheated by the sophisticated discourse of her nurse. Hippolytus's long speech is examined, what shows him hating women, and, at the same time, desiring now that they don't exist at all, now that they couldn't use verbal language. The letter left by Phaedra when she commited suicide and which was found beside her corpse, assumes, with her death, the meaning of point of support for the accusation of Hippolytus. Theseus acts as a misreader of this document and its context, pronouncing an unfair judgment. The translation that follows the present analytic-interpretative study, works both as its basis and its complementation and explanation, since it is simultaneous to the study in its genesis and solidary in its intention.
 
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2007-11-07
 
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