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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.8.2007.tde-02102007-144721
Document
Author
Full name
Ione Vianna Navajas Dias
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2007
Supervisor
Committee
Goes, Maria Lucia Pimentel de Sampaio (President)
Coelho, Nelly Novaes
Cunha, Maria Zilda da
Kishimoto, Tizuko Morchida
Papes, Cleide da Costa e Silva
Title in Portuguese
A literatura para a juventude portuguesa e brasileira e a relevância de dois elementos estruturais da narrativa: linguagem e narrador
Keywords in Portuguese
Diálogo ou interação: autor/leitor
Intertextualidade
Linguagem
Literatura para a Juventude (crianças e jovens)
Abstract in Portuguese
Esta tese de doutorado dentro da Área de Estudos Comparados de Literaturas de Língua Portuguesa teve por objetivo abordar e investigar nas obras de literatura para a juventude portuguesa e brasileira, a relevância de dois elementos estruturais importantes: Linguagem e Narrador. O intenso diálogo entre autor, texto e leitor cria um clima de cumplicidade, convidando este a participar ativamente da obra. Essa interação leitor/ texto mediada pelo narrador poderá ser o fio condutor capaz de provocar a reflexão e o espírito crítico no receptor. A obra precisa do leitor para se realizar, pois este contribui com suas vivências pessoais e dialoga com o texto dando-lhe "vida". A problemática da leitura foi e é analisada por inúmeros Educadores, Especialistas. Para nós a ênfase recai na Relação Prazerosa, Afetiva, Estética, pois se trata da Arte da Palavra. A proposta é investigar a importância da literariedade de obras de autores portugueses e brasileiros, podendo ser considerada, na formação de jovens leitores, como o elemento chave na perfeita associação: leitura-prazer.
Title in English
The literature to the Portuguese and Brazilian youths and the prominence of two structural elements of the narrativa; language and narrator
Keywords in English
Dialogue or interaction: writer/reader
Intertextuality
Language
Literature for the youth (children and young people)
Abstract in English
This Doctorate in the Comparative Studies on Literature of Portuguese Language Area had as a purpose to broach and investigate in the literature works, for the Portuguese and Brazilian youths, the weightiness of two important structural elements: language and narrator. The intense dialogue among writer, text and reader creates a complicity atmosphere, inviting the latter to participate actively in the work. This interaction reader/text mediated by the narrator could be the conducting wire able to instigate the receiver's reflection and critical spirit. The literary work needs the reader to come about, as the reader contributes with his personal experiences and he talks with the text making it "alive". The problem of the reading was and is analysed by numberless educators, experts. For us, the emphasis falls again in the pleasant, affective, esthetic relationship, as it is the art of the word. The proposal is to investigate the importance of works of Portuguese and Brazilian writers's literature considering the upbringing of young readers, as the key element in the perfect association: reading-pleasure.
 
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Publishing Date
2007-10-15
 
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