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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.8.2007.tde-08112007-152330
Document
Author
Full name
Heloisa Braz de Oliveira Prieto
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2007
Supervisor
Committee
Willemart, Philippe Leon Marie Ghislain (President)
Mehoudar, Rosie
Mendes, Maria dos Prazeres Santos
Salles, Cecília Almeida
Segolin, Fernando
Title in Portuguese
A memória do sonho: um estudo sobre a tradição oral e seus porta-vozes, os contadores de histórias
Keywords in Portuguese
Contador de história
Esquecimento
Memória
Sonho
Tradição oral
Abstract in Portuguese
Memória da Cultura, textos constantes e textos excluídos pelo esquecimento. A memória do sonho como a primeira obra de ficção jamais criada pelo homem. O sonho enquanto embrião narrativo de fábulas. Cânones, mecanismos culturais de controle. A performance da palavra. A movência das narrativas orais. O projeto poético e a rede intersemiótica de criação. Inconsciente coletivo, matizes arquetípicos e o mar como metáfora da metáfora do manancial das fábulas imemoriais.
Title in English
The memory of dream: a study about oral tradition and its spokespersons, the storyteller
Keywords in English
Dream
Forgetfulness
Memory
Oral tradition
Storyteller
Abstract in English
The memory of culture, constant texts versus excluded texts, fables doomed to be forgotten. Remembering dreams as the first work of fiction ever created by mankind. Dreaming as telling tales. Standards as cultural controlling devices. Words as performances. Travelling through oral folktales. Poets and their artistic approach to life, plus the intersemiotic net for art creation. Unconscious collective, archetypical blending of nuances and the sea as the universal metaphor of the everlasting source of long forgotten fables.
 
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Publishing Date
2007-11-14
 
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