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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.8.2013.tde-10032014-104439
Document
Author
Full name
Juliana Primi Braga
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2013
Supervisor
Committee
Gomes, Simone Caputo (President)
Pereira, Érica Antunes
Rodrigues Sobrinho, Genivaldo
Sarteschi, Rosangela
Silva, Rejane Vecchia da Rocha e
Title in Portuguese
Entre dois mundos: a loucura feminina nos romances A Louca de Serrano, de Dina Salústio, e O alegre canto da perdiz, de Paulina Chiziane
Keywords in Portuguese
Dina Salústio
Feminino
Literatura cabo-verdiana
Literatura moçambicana
Loucura
Paulina Chiziane
Romance
Abstract in Portuguese
A literatura de autoria feminina nas sociedades pós-coloniais é considerada por Gayatri C. Spivak um processo metonímico da saga das mulheres usado como ferramenta de denúncia, que possibilita a quebra de mitos e preconceitos há muito reforçados pelo discurso patriarcal. Dentre as mulheres que encontraram sua voz e se fizeram ouvir, deixando de ser consideradas apenas informantes nativas das histórias orais de sua cultura, merecem destaque as cabo-verdianas Dina Salústio, Vera Duarte, Fátima Bettencourt, Orlanda Amarílis e Dulce Almada Duarte, e as moçambicanas Paulina Chiziane e Lília Momplé. O objetivo desta tese é investigar nos romances A Louca de Serrano e O alegre canto da perdiz, de Dina Salústio e Paulina Chiziane, respectivamente, como se constrói a temática da loucura, representada pelas mulheres africanas (e personagens) Louca de Serrano e Maria das Dores (louca do rio), que pode ser compreendida como uma voz carregada de solidão, dor, negação, rebeldia e inconformismo e como marca de resistência à marginalização feminina nas e pelas práticas sociais hegemônicas.
Title in English
Between two worlds: the female insanity in the novels A Louca de Serrano, by Dina Salústio, and O alegre canto da perdiz, by Paulina Chiziane
Keywords in English
Cape Verdean literature
Dina Salústio
Feminine
Insanity
Mozambican literature
Novel
Paulina Chiziane
Abstract in English
The female literature in the post-colonial societies is considered by Gayatri C. Spivak as a process of metonymic saga of women used as a complain instrument, which allows the myths and the prejudices failure a long time reinforced by the patriarchal discourse. Among the women who found her voice and spoke up, no longer considered as only native informants of oral histories of their culture deserve mention the Cape Verdean Dina Salústio, Vera Duarte, Fátima Bettencourt, Orlanda Amarilis and Dulce Almada Duarte, and the Mozambican Paulina Chiziane and Lilia Momplé. The objective of this work is to investigate in the Dina Salústios and Paulina Chizianes novels A Louca de Serrano and O alegre canto da perdiz, respectively, how the insanity theme is built, represented by the african women (and characters) Louca de Serrano and Maria das Dores, which can be understood as a voice full of loneliness, pain, denial, rebelliousness and nonconformism and as a resistance mark to the women marginalization into and by the hegemonic social practices.
 
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