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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.8.2019.tde-26022019-103554
Document
Author
Full name
Joaquim João Martinho
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2018
Supervisor
Committee
Chaves, Rita de Cassia Natal (President)
Abdala Junior, Benjamin
David, Debora Leite
Muraro, Andréa Cristina
Title in Portuguese
Narrativa da espera no romance angolano contemporâneo: notas às alegóricas Noites de vigília de Boaventura Cardoso
Keywords in Portuguese
Boaventura Cardoso
Desrepressão
Narrativa da espera
Revisitação do passado
Terra prometida
Abstract in Portuguese
Esta Dissertação, intitulada Narrativa da Espera no Romance Angolano Contemporâneo: Notas às alegóricas Noites de Vigília de Boaventura Cardoso, propõe a leitura de Noites de vigília (2012), do angolano Boaventura Cardoso. Essa obra, voltada para a revisitação do passado histórico-político angolano, sob o signo da alegoria lançada no universo teorizador por Walter Benjamin, irrompe com a história oficial ao pôr em questionamento o projeto da Terra Prometida, cujo marcador é a espera ancorada no desejo de fundação de uma associação das personagens- protagonistas, a saber: Quinito, do MPLA, e Saiundo, da UNITA. Por conseguinte, através do comparativismo literário, procuramos analisar como a recriação do sociopolítico angolano, em Noites de Vigília, indicia a desrepressão da história, visando a consumação do projeto de comunidade imaginada angolana, hasteando-se, desse modo, a bandeira da igualdade social, dando-se voz e vez aos da pereiferia social. Assim, procura-se demonstrar como a ficcionalização do histórico-político angolano denuncia um socius na contramão do apregoado ao longo do movimento anti-colonial, haja vista a proclamação da sociedade pautada na igualdade, liberdades e bemestar coletivo ainda em processo.
Title in English
Narrative of the waiting in the contemporany Angolan novel: notes to the allegorical Noites de vigília, of Boaventura Cardoso
Keywords in English
Boaventura Cardoso
Deception
Narrative of waiting
Promised land
Revisiting the past
Abstract in English
This Dissertation, entitled Narrative of Waiting in the Contemporary Angolan Romance: Notes to the allegorical Vigil Nights of Boaventura Cardoso, proposes the reading of Vigil Nights (2012), by Angolan Boaventura Cardoso. This work, aimed at revisiting the Angolan historical-political past, under the sign of the allegory launched in the theorizing universe by Walter Benjamin, bursts into official history by questioning the Promised Land project whose marker is the "waiting" anchored in the desire to found an association of the main characters, namely: Quinito, MPLA, and Saiundo, UNITA. Therefore, through literary comparativeism, we seek to analyze how the re-creation of the Angolan sociopolitical, in Nights of Vigil, indicates the derepression of history, aiming at the consummation of the Angolan imagined community project, thereby hovering the banner of social equality , giving voice and time to those of the social pereiferia. Thus, we try to demonstrate how the fictionalization of the Angolan historical-political denounces a socius against the one proclaimed throughout the anti-colonial movement, given the proclamation of a society based on equality, liberties and collective well-being still in process.
 
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2019-02-26
 
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