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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.8.2018.tde-15082018-132724
Document
Author
Full name
Rafael Rodrigo Ferreira
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2018
Supervisor
Committee
Carvalho, Ricardo Souza de (President)
Almeida, Manoel Mourivaldo Santiago
Rebechi Junior, Arlindo
Saliba, Elias Thome
Title in Portuguese
O 'literato ambulante': antologia e estudo da obra de Sylvio Floreal (1918-1928)
Keywords in Portuguese
Antologia
Literatura paulista
Modernidade
Modernismo
Sylvio Floreal
Abstract in Portuguese
O presente trabalho tem como objetivo relativizar a dinâmica seletiva do sistema de canonização da literatura brasileira por meio da difusão de uma coletânea de textos do escritor Sylvio Floreal que, alheios aos manuais literários atuais, dialogam diretamente com um período que mesclava de modo natural discursos muitas vezes díspares, o qual corresponde na periodização política à Primeira República (1889-1930). Assim, a antologia contará com uma compilação de textos em prosa (contos e crônicas) produzidas pelo autor ao longo de dez anos, publicadas nos livros Atitudes (1922), Ronda da Meia-Noite (1925), Brasil Trágico (1928), bem como textos dispersos não publicados em livros, encontrados somente em periódicos da época, acompanhados por um estudo analítico introdutório capaz de evidenciar panoramicamente seu percurso literário e suas relações com o cenário intelectual vigente. Entende-se que a partir da observação crítica em detrimento da prescrição literária, que em geral referenda discursos bem desenhados e, portanto, insuficientes, seja possível desdobrar aspectos relevantes acerca da literatura brasileira na modernidade.
Title in English
The walking literate: anthology and study of the work of Sylvio Floreal (1918-1928)
Keywords in English
Anthology
Literature from São Paulo
Modernism
Modernity
Sylvio Floreal
Abstract in English
The present work aims to relativize the dynamics encompassing the selective system of canonization of Brazilian literature by the means of disseminating a collection of texts of the writer Sylvio Floreal, who, unassociated with the current literary manuals, dialogues directly with a period that naturally blended apparent mismatched discourses styles, which corresponded in the political periodization known as First Republic (1889-1930). Thus, the anthology will feature a compilation of prosaic texts (short stories and chronicles) produced by the author in a time span of 10 years, Attitudes (1992), Midnight Patrol (1925), Tragic Brazil (1928), as well as non-published scattered texts in books, found only in periodicals of the time, accompanied by an introductory analytical study capable of panoramically unveiling its literary progress (route/course) and its relations with the prevailing intellectual scene. It is understood that from a critical observation in detriment of a literary prescription, which usually accounts well-drawn discourses and therefore insufficient discourses, it is possible to disclose pertinent aspects of the Brazilian literature during modernity.
 
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2018-08-15
 
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