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Master's Dissertation
DOI
Document
Author
Full name
Beatriz Masson Francisco
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2019
Supervisor
Committee
Hossne, Andrea Saad (President)
Nakagome, Patricia Trindade
Natali, Marcos Piason
Puglia, Daniel
Title in Portuguese
Leitores e leituras de Harry Potter
Keywords in Portuguese
Harry Potter
Leitor
Romance de formação
Abstract in Portuguese
Harry Potter, a série escrita pela britânica J.K. Rowling, é mundialmente famosa por ter quebrado vários recordes de venda: até o ano de 2017, os sete livros já haviam vendido mais de meio bilhão de exemplares mundo afora, criando uma extensa rede de leitores apaixonados pelas aventuras de Harry, Rony e Hermione. Em um primeiro momento, este trabalho tenta entender quais elementos da narrativa de Harry Potter contribuiriam para a geração de tamanha comoção. Ao dividir a obra em três blocos narrativos, analiso como foram construídos o espaço da narrativa (Hogwarts), a relação de amizade entre o trio principal de personagens, bem como o crescimento e amadurecimento do próprio Harry, tendo em vista os paradigmas da novela romanesca estudados por Frye e do romance de formação, segundo os estudos de Bakhtin, Lukács e Moretti. Realizo, ainda, uma pesquisa de campo com leitores empíricos da série com o objetivo de constatar se a minha leitura analítica justificaria o fato de Harry Potter ser uma obra literária de extrema relevância na vida de tantos leitores. Os resultados coletados mostram a reflexão que estes leitores fazem sobre o espaço da narrativa, sobre o trio de personagens principais e sobre a importância que a série teve em suas formações pessoais e em suas formações enquanto leitores. Por fim, debato a respeito dos elementos que fariam Harry Potter se perpetuar no tempo, além de apontar como a experiência e a memória afetiva que os leitores da série criam com ela são bastante relevantes para a construção do olhar crítico sobre o texto de Harry Potter.
Title in English
Harry Potter's readers and readings
Keywords in English
Bildungsroman
Harry Potter
Readers
Abstract in English
Harry Potter, the series of books written by J.K. Rowling, is worldwide famous for breaking several sales records: until 2017, the seven books have already sold five hundred million copies in the entire planet, creating a network of readers that love the adventures of Harry, Rony and Hermione. Firstly, this dissertation intends to understand which Harry Potter's narrative elements contributed to generate all this commotion. By splitting Rowling's work in three different narrative blocks, I analyze how the space of narrative (Hogwarts) was constructed, the friendship between the three main characters and Harry's growing and evolution, according to the romance paradigms studied by Frye and Bildungsroman, according to Bakhtin, Lukács and Moretti's studies. In addition, we did a field research with Harry Potter's empirical readers, aiming to note if my analytical reading would justify the fact that Harry Potter is an extremely important book in the lives of so many readers. The results that were collected show the observations that these readers do about the space of narrative, the three main characters and the importance that the series had on their personal formation and on their formation as readers. Finally, I debate about the elements that make Harry Potter endure on time, as well as to indicate how experience and affective memory are very important to build a critical approach on Harry Potter's text.
 
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2019-11-19
 
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