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Title: O decurso do sensorialismo na narrativa de Roberto Drummond
Other Titles: The course of the narrative sensorialism Roberto Drummond
Keywords: Drummond, Roberto;  crítica e interpretação;  Literatura popular;  Percepção sensorial;  Memória;  Drummond, Roberto;  criticism and interpretation;  popular literature;  sensory perception;  Memory
Issue Date: 16-Mar-2012
Abstract: The present paper is on the analyses of the use of language focused on sensory, the sensationalism, in novels like Sangue de Coca-Cola , Hilda Furacão and O cheiro de Deus , all of them written by the novelist Roberto Drummond. This sensationalism gives varied connotations to the kinesthetic, making feelings of excitement, pleasure or disgust that the stimulus of the body tries to reach the psychological of the reader as detected in the writing of these novels. It has been in the first chapter the assessment of texts produced at different times and by different authors of Brazilian Literature that have sensory characteristics and functioned that works a kind of comparison to the Drummond s sensationalism. This paper also presents the author's literary journey that began in the 1970s, strongly motivated by the Pop Art and the period of dictatorship in Brazil when the use of language focused on sensory functions was used as a firework in the novel Sangue de Coca- Cola , a Pop Literature symbol. The third chapter is based on the romance of Hilda Furacão and the construction of memories through the journalistic experience of the author also showing the sensuality of the characters, especially the protagonists, Hilda and Malthus. The author's latest novel, O cheiro de Deus , ends this study focused on sensory language, where it is present the sublimation of the senses up against blindness which evokes the quest for divine smell
URI: https://app.uff.br/riuff/handle/1/19790
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