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Title: O romance do horto : ou de como D. Tadeu Laras Menestrel ajudou D. Alberto Raposo Monge a encontrar o autor do Orto do esposo, bem como seu manuscrito original perdido e a identidade da irmã que lho encomendara
Other Titles: The romance of the garden: or as D. Thaddeus D. Laras helped Minstrel Alberto Raposo Monk to find the author of Ortho spouse as well as his original manuscript and identity lost sister who ordered him
Keywords: Ficção portuguesa;  Teoria da literatura;  Literatura comparada;  Idade Média na literatura;  Portuguese fiction;  Theory of Literature;  compared Literature;  Middle Ages in literature
Issue Date: 29-Feb-2012
Abstract: O Romance do Horto is a fictionalization of the Orto do Esposo, a portuguese christian doctrinal book of the fourteenth century, in which exemplar narrative are present narrative-investigative elements about their own motivation for producing the book: who wrote it, why wrote it and to whom wrote it (see Pimentel, 2009). These elements, that in the fourteenth century already seemed to want to synthesize in a non systematic manner a theoretical concern about the literary production, became possible to think a rewrite of the Orto in historiographic metafictional genre chosen for its creation because it is this work a theoretical question about the place and role of narrative and the author of postmodern fiction in contemporary literature. Furthermore, we find in the metaficcional fantasy literature a theoretical re-reading about the author's function and about the question of the medieval mirabilia respectively. Thus, we hope that O Romance do Horto is a story where a theory and contemporary literary thought have been able to recreate a work genetically medieval, unfolding itself beyond the historical novel of literary reconstruction of the "real"
URI: https://app.uff.br/riuff/handle/1/19779
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