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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.8.2009.tde-01022010-173537
Document
Author
Full name
Rosemary da Silva Granja
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2009
Supervisor
Committee
Oliveira, Paulo Fernando da Motta de (President)
Figueiredo, Monica do Nascimento
Gomes, Simone Caputo
Inacio, Emerson da Cruz
Valentim, Jorge Vicente
Title in Portuguese
Brasileiros e portugueses: todos fora de lugar. A imagem do brasileiro torna-viagem na ficção camiliana
Keywords in Portuguese
Ficção portuguesa
Masculinidade
Modernidade
Nacionalidade
Torna-viagem
Abstract in Portuguese
No século XIX, a consolidação do mundo burguês fez surgir uma nova idéia de masculinidade. Esse homem moderno deveria ser capaz de promover regeneração nacional, por meio do progresso econômico, social e cultural. Em Portugal, nesse período, o fenômeno da emigração é uma perturbadora realidade que marca a produção ficcional de Camilo Castelo Branco. Seus personagens brasileiros torna-viagem - portugueses que retorna ao país após emigrar para o Brasil- aglutinam características do homem burguês e moderno. Para demonstrar essa hipótese, foram analisadas as obras Eusébio Macário, A corja, O cego de Landim e Os brilhantes do brasileiro, sob a ótica dos estudos acerca da masculinidade de George Mosse e Pierre Bourdieu e do conceito de fomentador, proposto por Marshall Berman em sua análise de Fausto de Goethe.
Title in English
Brazilians and portugueses: all out of place. The image of the 'torna-viagem' brazilian in the fiction of Camilo Castelo Branco
Keywords in English
Manhood
Modernity
Nationality
Portuguese narrative
Torna-viagem
Abstract in English
In the nineteenth century a new concept of manhood rose from the consolidation of the bourgeois world. This modern man was supposed to encourage national regeneration through financial, social and cultural progress. During this time, in Portugal, emigration started to come out as a disturbing reality, which is a relevant characteristic in the works of Camilo Castelo Branco, where Portuguese characters who had returned from Brazil the torna-viagem- embody features of both the bourgeois and modern man. This paper aims at proving this hypothesis true based on the analysis of Eusébio Macário, A Corja, O Cego de Landim and Os Brilhantes do Brasileiro, theoretical support from the manhood studies perspectives proposed by George Mosse and Pierre Bourdieu and the concept of developer from Marshal Berman's examination of Goethe's Faust.
 
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2010-02-19
 
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