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Mémoire de Maîtrise
DOI
10.11606/D.8.2009.tde-05022010-150702
Document
Auteur
Nom complet
Ricardo Vaidergorn
Adresse Mail
Unité de l'USP
Domain de Connaissance
Date de Soutenance
Editeur
São Paulo, 2009
Directeur
Jury
Topel, Marta Francisca (Président)
Sabinson, Eric Mitchell
Waldman, Berta
Titre en portugais
Aproximações de Dangling Man (um homen involuntariamente inoportuno) de Saul Bellow: literatura, filosofia, história e judaísmo
Mots-clés en portugais
Judaísmo
Literatura judaica
Literatura norte-americana
Saul Bellow
Segunda Guerra Mundial
Resumé en portugais
A pesquisa sintetiza as diversas linguagens promovidas por Saul Bellow, escritor judeu norte-americano, Prêmio Nobel de Literatura (1976) em seu primeiro romance, Dangling Man. A narrativa é redigida em forma de diário, onde Joseph, o herói, reinterpreta o seu cotidiano em Chicago, enquanto aguarda o desenlace burocrático relativo ao seu engajamento militar. O momento histórico da Segunda Grande Guerra transparece como cenário de fundo e permeia o clima dos relatos de Joseph. A abordagem proposta incursiona no panorama da crítica norte-americana a partir do lançamento do romance em 1944 até o presente, esmiuçando o que veio a se constituir uma nova perspectiva literária e um novo movimento de vanguarda intelectual. Finalmente, o trabalho reflete sobre as diferentes manifestações do judaico ao longo do romance de Bellow.
Titre en anglais
Approaches of Dangling Man (a man involuntary inappropriate) by Saul Bellow: literature, philosophy, history and judaism
Mots-clés en anglais
American literature
II World War
Jewish literature
Judaism
Saul Bellow
Resumé en anglais
The research synthesizes the different language styles promoted by Saul Bellow, the American Jewish writer and winner of the Nobel Prize (1976) in his first novel, Dangling Man. The narrative is written in a daily record form, where Joseph, the hero, interprets his daily life in Chicago, while awaiting the outcome of the long bureaucratic process of his enrollment in the army. The historical moment of the II Word War appears as the back scenario, imprinting an atmosphere of suspense in Josephs reports. The research analyses the extensive gamut of American Literary criticism, from the very moment of the publication of the novel in 1944 until nowadays, trying to illuminate what has become a new literary perspective and vanguard trend. Finally, the exposition reflects on the different manifestation of Judaism throughout Bellows novel.
 
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2010-02-19
 
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