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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.8.2013.tde-15052013-085713
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Author
Full name
Anath Czeresnia Wakrat
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2013
Supervisor
Committee
Amâncio, Moacir Aparecido (President)
Iavelberg, Rosa
Schvartzman, Gabriel Steinberg
Title in Portuguese
Ideologia e gerações em Aharon Megued: estudo sobre a personagem do imigrante judeu e o nativo de Israel no início do estado
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Sociedade
Abstract in Portuguese
O conto Yad Vashem, do escritor israelense Aharon Megued, publicado em 1955, narra a história do avô Ziskind, originário da Ucrânia, que residia em Israel. Quando Ziskind soube que sua neta Raia estava grávida, pediu que ela desse para o filho que ia nascer o nome de Mêndele, caso fosse homem. A partir daí começa a discussão sobre a escolha de um nome típico da tradição europeia, defendido pelo avô, que se apresenta como um estranho para a família, ou um nome israelense, próprio de uma ideologia sionista, exigido pela neta. Esse conflito geracional revela uma crise de identidade profunda entre o imigrante e seus descendentes que se resume no choque entre o antigo e o novo, retratando as diferentes ideologias de um povo.
Title in English
Ideology and generations in Aharon Megued: study on the character of the Jewish immigrant and the Israeli native in the beginning of the state
Keywords in English
Identity
Name
Society
Abstract in English
The tale Yad Vashem, of the Israeli writer Aharon Megued, published in 1955, tells the story of the grandfather Ziskind, from Ukraine, who resided in Israel. When Ziskind knew that his granddaughter Raia was pregnant, asked that she gave the name for her son who would be born Mendele, if he were a boy. From this, starts a discussion about the choice of a typical name of the European tradition, defended by the grandfather, who presents himself as a strange to the family, or an Israeli name, pertaining to a Zionist ideology, demanded by the granddaughter. This conflict reveals a deep identity crisis between the immigrant and his descendants which is summed up in the shock between the old and the new, showing the different ideologies of a people.
 
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2013-05-15
 
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