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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.8.2012.tde-10012013-175610
Document
Author
Full name
Cristina Soto Cocco
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2012
Supervisor
Committee
Pinto, Maria Cecilia Queiroz de Moraes (President)
Costa, Heloisa Brito de Albuquerque
Nascimento, José Marinho do
Title in Portuguese
A presença de Victor Hugo em José de Alencar: o grotesco hugoano em A Pata da Gazela
Keywords in Portuguese
Criaturas monstruosas
Grotesco
José de Alencar
Presença francesa
Victor Hugo
Abstract in Portuguese
Este estudo da presença de Victor Hugo em A Pata da Gazela, de José de Alencar, objetiva analisar como o conceito de grotesco, teorizado pelo escritor francês no prefácio de Cromwell, experimentado e trabalhado em Han dIslande, Notre-Dame de Paris e Lhomme qui rit, teria sido adaptado por Alencar, escritor de relevante importância para a formação da Literatura Brasileira que faz menção em seu romance a duas criaturas monstruosas de Victor Hugo: Gwynplaine e Quasimodo. Para isso, propomos um olhar para a sociedade francesa e brasileira do século XIX, no intuito de verificar como se deu a contribuição hugoana.
Title in English
The presence of Victor Hugo in José de Alencar: Hugo's grotesque in A Pata da Gazela
Keywords in English
French presence
Grotesque
José de Alencar
Monstrous creatures
Victor Hugo
Abstract in English
This study of Victor Hugos presence in A Pata da Gazela by José de Alencar, aims to analyze how the concept of grotesque, that was theorized by the French writer in the preface of Cromwell, experienced and worked in Han dIslande, Notre-Dame de Paris and Lhomme qui rit, would have been adapted by Alencar, an important writer for the formation of the Brazilian Literature, who mentions in his novels two monstrous creatures of Victor Hugos: Gwynplaine and Quasimodo. In order to do that, we propose a look to the French and Brazilian societies of the nineteenth-century, to check how important Hugo's contribution is.
 
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2013-01-10
 
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