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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.8.2005.tde-19042005-141030
Document
Author
Full name
Regina Célia Fortuna do Vale
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2004
Supervisor
Committee
Serrano, Carlos Moreira Henriques (President)
Abdala Junior, Benjamin
Baccega, Maria Aparecida
Caniato, Benilde Justo Lacorte
Silva, Dilma de Melo
Title in Portuguese
"Poder colonial e literatura: as veredas da colonização portuguesa na ficção de Castro Soromenho e Orlando da Costa"
Keywords in Portuguese
Castro Soromenho
língua portuguesa
literatura
literatura comparada
Orlando da Costa
política
Abstract in Portuguese
Este trabalho versa sobre os romances A Chaga (1970), do autor angolano Fernando Monteiro de Castro Soromenho, nascido na Vila de Chinde (Zambézia – Moçambique), e O Último Olhar de Manú Miranda (2000), do autor goês Orlando da Costa, nascido em Lourenço Marques, hoje Maputo (Moçambique). A nossa proposta de análise comparada parte do pressuposto de que essas duas criações literárias do passado histórico recente, de Angola (Camaxilo) e Goa (Margão) — na situação de ex-colônias portuguesas — apontam a perspectivas confluentes, conforme a visão crítica da história que aqui se tentou estabelecer. Buscamos levar em consideração a imprescindível relação dialética que mantêm entre si arte e sociedade. Constata-se a identificação desses respectivos romances com os pressupostos indicados por poéticas distintas, como o Neo-Realismo e o Realismo Maravilhoso.
Keywords in English
Castro Soromenho
comparated literature
literature
Orlando da Costa
politic
portuguese language
Abstract in English
This work presents analyses of the novels A Chaga (1970), by the Angolan author Fernando Monteiro de Castro Soromenho, born in Vila de Chinde (Zambezia, Mozambique), and O Último Olhar de Manú Miranda (2000), by the Goan writer Orlando da Costa, born in Lourenço Marques — currently Maputo (Mozambique). Our proposal for a comparative analysis derives from the presupposition that these two literary creations of the recent historical past of both Angola (Camaxilo) and Goa (Margão), when taken in their contexts of ex-Portuguese colonies, points to confluent perspectives, in accordance with the critical view of history we have attempted to establish. For we tried to take into account the indispensable dialectic relationship that art and society keep between one another. Nevertheless, the identification of the two respective novels as Neo-Realism and Marvelous Realism was evidenced by their distinct poetic pressupositions.
 
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Publishing Date
2005-06-06
 
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