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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.8.2016.tde-03112016-160822
Document
Author
Full name
Cássia Cristina Marques Venezuela
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2016
Supervisor
Committee
Perez, Juliana Pasquarelli (President)
Dornbusch, Claudia Sibylle
Sperber, Suzi Frankl
Title in Portuguese
A personagem feminina como elemento de subversão em duas novelas de Kleist
Keywords in Portuguese
Heinrich von Kleist
Novela
Personagem feminina
Abstract in Portuguese
O presente trabalho, cujo enfoque central é a figura feminina nas novelas Die Marquise von O (1808) e Die heilige Cäcilie und die Gewahlt der Musik (1810) do escritor alemão Heinrich von Kleist, procura identificar de que maneira as personagens femininas configuram-se como elementos subversivos dentro das narrativas, principalmente no que se refere ao aspecto estrutural. Nossa principal hipótese de interpretação é a de que a personagem feminina, em ambas as novelas, configura um elemento de subversão em diferentes camadas da narrativa: elas configuram desde a subversão ao papel atribuído a mulher na época até a própria estrutura narrativa, uma vez que levam as novelas a suas respectivas peripécias.
Title in English
The female character as a subversive element in two novellas of Heinrich von Kleist
Keywords in English
Female character
Heinrich von Kleist
Novellas
Abstract in English
This dissertation aims to analyse the feminine figures in the novellas Die Marquise von O (1808) and Heilige Cäcilie und die Gewalt der Musik (1810) from German author Heinrich von Kleist and seeks to identify in which ways the feminine characters represent subversive elements in the narratives, mainly to what concerns the structural aspect. Our main hypothesis of interpretation is that the feminine character, in both novellas, configures subversion in different narrative layers: they configure not only subversion to the role assigned to women at the time but also to the narrative structure itself, as they lead the novellas to their respective turning points.
 
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Publishing Date
2016-11-03
 
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