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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.8.2006.tde-13082007-135430
Document
Author
Full name
Zoraide Rodrigues Carrasco de Mesquita
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2006
Supervisor
Committee
Mutran, Munira Hamud (President)
Betti, Maria Silvia
Murphy, Maureen O' Rourke
Pinto, Maria Cecilia Queiroz de Moraes
Tolentino, Magda Velloso Fernandes de
Title in Portuguese
Intertextualidade em quatro peças de Marina Carr
Keywords in Portuguese
Alusão
Intertextualidade
Paródia
Reescritura
Travestimento
Abstract in Portuguese
Este trabalho examina modalidades intertextuais em quatro peças de Marina Carr - Low in the Dark (1989), The Mai (1994), By the Bog of Cats (1998) e Ariel (2002) -, tendo por objetivo mostrar que a obra da dramaturga, embora organicamente integrada na tradição dramatúrgica irlandesa, exibe um ponto de tensão entre o desejo de preservação de aspectos tradicionais do teatro irlandês e a rebeldia que se traduz na subversão de velhas fórmulas. Esses dois pólos entre os quais se situam as peças da dramaturga revelam-se através da paródia, da alusão, do travestimento e da reescritura, por um lado, e, por outro, através da mistura dos gêneros. As peças selecionadas evidenciam a trajetória percorrida por Marina Carr na medida em que ao mesmo tempo em que se afirmam como locais, lidam com temas que ultrapassam as fronteiras do nacional.
Title in English
Intertextuality in four plays by Marina Carr
Keywords in English
Allusion
Intertextuality
Parody
Rewriting
Travesty
Abstract in English
This thesis examines modes of intertextuality in four plays by Marina Carr - Low in the Dark (1989), The Mai (1994), By the Bog of Cats (1998) and Ariel (2002) -, and aims at demonstrating that her theatre production, although organically integrated into the Irish drama tradition, presents a point of tension between the wish to cling to traditional features of Irish theatre and the rebellion against them. These two poles between which the playwright's work can be defined are revealed, on the one hand, through intertextual forms such as parody, allusion, travesty and rewriting and, on the other, by the mixture of genres. The chosen plays show evidence of Marina Carr's trajectory insofar as they present marks of Irishness and at the same time deal with themes that are not restricted to national problems.
 
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Publishing Date
2007-10-01
 
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