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Title: Diálogos de Lima Barreto com o cientificismo em os Bruzundangas e o Subterrâneo do Morro do Castelo
Other Titles: Dialogues Lima Barreto with scientism in the Underground Bruzundangas and the Morro Castle
Keywords: Ciência;  Análise do discurso literário;  Barreto, Lima, 1881-1922;  crítica e interpretação;  Riso;  Science;  Analysis of literary discourse;  Barreto, Lima, 1881-1922;  criticism and interpretation;  Laughter
Issue Date: 22-Oct-2012
Abstract: This work aims to be a study of Lima Barreto s discourse in Os Bruzundangas and O subterrâneo do Morro do Castelo about all items on the so called sciencia at the first republican period here in Brazil. We ll try to understand how the author discussed, throughout the writtings marked by laughter, the consequences of this sciencia and to which faces of this sciencia he pointed on those two literary works. This thesis is divided in four main parts. The first part is the presentation of the moment when Lima Barreto lived and wrote his works. Here is shown the author s point of enunciation and a little about of the brazilian social order on front of the scientific ideals that came from Europe. Furthermore, we ll be making an analisys on both works Os Bruzundangas and O subterrâneo do Morro do Castelo . In these two steps, we will analyze Lima Barreto s discursive constructions that address the corollaries of this so called sciencia in Brazil. On the fourth step, or the conclusive one, we ll do a comparative analysis on these two works trying to critically depict what s behind the author s work with the discursive genres and with laughter in making of these two literary discourses about this sciencia. We ll try to infer what's between the lines of Lima Barreto s discourse and to what scientific ideals they point and which considerations may be made about the author s discourse
URI: https://app.uff.br/riuff/handle/1/19776
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