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Master's Dissertation
DOI
Document
Author
Full name
Roseleine Vitor Bonini
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2018
Supervisor
Committee
Lugarinho, Mário César (President)
Lima, Norma Sueli Rosa
Pereira, Érica Antunes
Santos, Emanuelle Rodrigues dos
Title in Portuguese
A poética de Noémia de Sousa: História e identidade em Moçambique colonial
Keywords in Portuguese
Colonialismo
Identidade nacional
Literatura Moçambicana
Noémia de Sousa
Abstract in Portuguese
Esta dissertação tem como objetivo a análise de poemas da escritora moçambicana Noémia de Sousa, reunidos na obra Sangue Negro (2016). A partir de discussões teóricas sobre o conceito de identidade, buscamos entender de que modo estas se constroem no discurso estético da autora e quais percursos identitários podem ser vislumbrados em sua poética por meio de uma crítica analítica e interpretativa. Buscamos observar como a experiência pessoal de mulher e mestiça dentro de uma sociedade colonial, foi determinante na gênese da poesia engajada da escritora. Para tanto, traçamos um breve panorama histórico sobre as singularidades do colonialismo português no território de Moçambique.
Title in English
The poetics of Noémia de Sousa: History and identity in colonial Mozambique
Keywords in English
Mozambican Literature
National identity
Noémia de Sousa
Abstract in English
This dissertation aims to analyze the poems of the Mozambican writer Noémia de Sousa, gathered in the work Black Blood (2016). From theoretical discussions about the concept of identity, we seek to understand how those are constructed in the author's aesthetic discourse and which identity paths can be glimpsed in her poetics through an analytical and interpretative critique. We sought to observe how the personal experience of woman and mestiza within a colonial society was decisive in the genesis of the writer's engaged poetry. To do so, we draw a brief historical overview on the singularities of Portuguese colonialism in the territory of Mozambique.
 
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2019-08-01
 
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