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|Title:||Leituras de Shakespeare: da palavras à imagem|
|Keywords:||Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616; cinema; adaptações literárias; leitor; espectador; Adaptações para o cinema; Shakespeare; cinema; reader; viewer.|
|Abstract:||The role which the reader plays in the construction of sense in the literary text is similar to the one played by the viewer while apprehending a cinematographic image. Literary adaptations to movies are in fact critical rereadings of a source text and, speaking of Shakespeare, recreations of the break of the fictional instance built by the playwright. While proposing a narrative that makes the viewer more aware of the artificiality of cinema making, the directors reviewed here deconstruct the viewpoint of a copy-of-reality movie, and, at the same time, as does Shakespeare, call the viewer to resignify the work produced.|
|Appears in Collections:||TEDE sem arquivo|
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