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ItemImagens que falam: considerações sobre o livro-ilustrado e a formação do leitor(2017-12) Silva, Soraia Maria da; Souza, Edilson Alves de; Camargo, Flávio PereiraThis article aims to present some considerations about one of the new forms of literary expression in the young and children's literature field: the Illustrated Book, highlighting it as a product which contributes to the introduction of a new concept of reading and for the constitution of a type of literature, semantically, more autonomous. This study demonstrates that the Illustrated Book requires from who reads new hermeneutical demands and that it can be used to develop skills and competences in the process of a new reader formation. ItemA mimesis do processo e a mimesis do produto em O problema do Clóvis, de Eva Furnari, e Um homem no sótão, de Ricardo Azevedo(2015-12) Franca, Vanessa Gomes; Souza, Edilson Alves de; Camargo, Flávio PereiraIn the scenario of "creativity outbreak" and of "boom", postmodernity evoked an (un) molding of the oriented literary productions to the children and young audiences. In this sense, Brazilian literature for children and youth presents works that challenge the conventions about the structure of the texts and call the reader's attention to its status as literary artefact, i.e., metafictional works. According to Linda Hutcheon (1984), metafictional narratives are those constituted by mimesis mimesis of product and of process. At first, it is highlighted the product of mimetic activity contained in the narrative. In the second, it is revealed to the reader, in the literary work, the process of creation of the literary text, exposing its incompleteness, its fictional status and requiring the reader to participate in this process as co-author. In this study, we intend to evidence the mimesis of product and of mimesis of the process in O problema do Clóvis, de Eva Furnari, and Um homem no sótão, de Ricardo Azevedo. ItemOs pecados na tradição bestiária medieval: o exemplo da inveja e o onagro(2014-12) Souza, Edilson Alves de; Fonseca, Pedro Carlos LouzadaThis work aims to demonstrate how the representation of the deadly sin of envy occurs within the medieval bestiary tradition. We selected the chapter about onagro, present in the work The book of beasts: being a translation from a latin bestiary of the twelfth century, translated and edited by Terence Hanbury White.