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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.8.2007.tde-07112007-130125
Document
Author
Full name
Sofia Valtas
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2007
Supervisor
Committee
Mutran, Munira Hamud (President)
Betti, Maria Silvia
Haddad, Rosalie Rahal
Title in Portuguese
O processo de reescritura em três peças de Tom Murphy
Keywords in Portuguese
Alusões
Citações
Iintertextualidade
Irlanda contemporânea
Paródia
Tradição
Abstract in Portuguese
Tom Murphy, dramaturgo irlandês, apropria-se da tradição e a reescreve transformando-a e contextualizando-a para a Irlanda contemporânea. O trabalho trata de três peças: The Morning After Optimism (1971), The Sanctuary Lamp (1976) e The Gigli Concert (1983), que se caracterizam, predominantemente, pela reescritura. O estudo tem por objetivo analisar como a herança literária efetivamente ocorre na composição das peças de Tom Murphy, através da intertextualidade em citações, alusões, paródias, reescrituras e outras formas, bem como entender os motivos do autor utilizar-se de obras da tradição clássica, renascentista, medieval, dos contos populares, das óperas e música popular para escrever as três peças.
Title in English
Rewriting process in three plays by Thomas Murphy
Keywords in English
Allusions
Citations
Contemporary Ireland
Intertextuality
Parody
Tradition
Abstract in English
Thomas Murphy, an Irish playwright, appropriates tradition and rewrites it transforming and transcontextualizing it to the contemporary Ireland. The dissertation deals with three plays: The Morning After Optimism (1971), The Sanctuary Lamp (1976) and The Gigli Concert (1983) which are predominantely characterized by rewriting. The study aims to analyze how literary heritage effectively occurs in Tom Murphy's plays through intertextuality in citations, allusions, parodies, rewriting and other related forms, as well to understand why the author uses works of art from classical, renaissance, medieval, fairy tale, opera and popular music tradition to write the three plays.
 
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2007-11-09
 
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