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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.8.2018.tde-23042018-120010
Document
Author
Full name
Thaís Helena de Barros Neves Cavalcanti
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2017
Supervisor
Committee
Casini, Maria Cecilia (President)
Barni, Roberta
Moraes, Marcos Antonio de
Title in Portuguese
'A vida será literaturizada': a escrita epistolar de Italo Svevo
Keywords in Portuguese
A consciência de Zeno
Autorrepresentação
Epistolografia
Italo Svevo
Temas
Abstract in Portuguese
A correspondência ativa de Italo Svevo, publicada pela primeira vez em 1966, oferecese ao crítico como um emaranhado de problemas que podem ser pensados a partir de múltiplas abordagens: histórica, linguística, literária, entre outras. Ao reconhecermos no texto epistolar do escritor triestino uma série de temas desenvolvidos também em suas obras literárias, admitimos a hipótese de que as cartas exercessem para ele o papel de laboratório de escrita, no qual podia exercitar sua língua, seus procedimentos literários e ainda construir para si uma imagem de artista. Para demonstrar a validade de nossa hipótese, investigamos as personas epistolares construídas ao longo das correspondências do escritor e como elas contribuíram tanto para a criação de personagens literárias, quanto para a elaboração de uma cenografia autoral. Em seguida, fizemos uma análise comparativa entre algumas cartas de Italo Svevo à esposa e alguns trechos de seu romance A consciência de Zeno, verificando em que medida os temas eram reproduzidos ou transformados no interior da estrutura romanesca. Ao final desta dissertação, apresentamos a tradução anotada de algumas cartas do escritor como complemento às observações aqui desenvolvidas.
Title in English
Life will be literaturized: Italo Svevo's epistolary writing
Keywords in English
Epistolography
Italo Svevo
Self-representation
Themes
Zeno's Conscience
Abstract in English
Italo Svevo's epistolary, first published in 1966, offers itself to the critic as a tangle of problems that can be interpreted using multiple approaches: historical, linguistic, literary etc. After recognizing in the letters of the Triestino writer a series of themes also developed in his literary works, we proposed the hypothesis that the letters became for him a writing laboratory. He could exercise his language, his literary procedures and still construct for an image of himself as an artist. In order to demonstrate the validity of our hypothesis, we investigated the epistolary personae constructed throughout the correspondence of the writer and how they contributed both to the creation of literary characters and to the elaboration of an authorial scenography. After that we did a comparative analysis between some of Italo Svevo's letters to his wife and some excerpts from his novel Zeno's Conscience, verifying to what extent the themes were reproduced or transformed within the novel structure. At the end of this dissertation, we present the annotated translation of some letters of the writer as a complement to the observations developed here.
 
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2018-04-23
 
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