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ItemDrummond e Valéry: enigmas eventuais(2016-12) Oliveira, Gustavo Ponciano Cunha de; Souza, Jamesson Buarque deThis paper presents a reading of Claro enigma, by Drummond, adverse to the opposition between this book and A rosa do povo. The key for the reading is the epigraph in Claro enigma, “Les événements m’ennuient”, by Valéry. The study amplifies Arrigucci Junior’s opinion about the relationship between exterior and interior in Drummond’s poetry: there are poems of sensitive interiority in A rosa do povo, and the historical thought permeates Claro enigma. As paratext, the valerian epigraph is approached according to Genette’s theory. Thus the epigraph is not read literally, but according to their possible sources: “Propos me concernant” and a letter to André Gide published in Histoire-Politique. The study proposes the poem “O enigma”, included in Novos poemas, as a bridge between A rosa do povo and Claro enigma, essential to perceive the exterior and interior expressiveness as the poetic unit in Drummond writings. ItemEnsino da escrita de poesia como construção de autoria(2013) Souza, Jamesson Buarque deThe teaching of poetry is closed in reading. To rethink it, we discuss it in the Elementary and High School by practice of writing poems. With this aim, we think in to educate the “scribe student”, but not the poet. The proposal is based on the principle that poetry is art, therefore, can and should be teached to the student for produces real effect by literary fruition, analysis, interpretation and explanation. Teaching the practice of art takes the student, as one who writes and reads, develop yours authoring as ability to assume an axiological orientation in aesthetic activity about the life, according Bakhtin , our theoretical base to research. We note that for educate the “scribe student” can teach about literary schools, the literary structure text , the interrelationship of literature with empirical context , and the choice of canonical authors and works without those lines from standard teaching by Literature seem a blatant mistake. We conclude that the effectiveness of teaching poetry just makes the protagonist if it is put into practice, such as the teaching of other arts in school. ItemO escudo de Aquiles(2015) Souza, Jamesson Buarque de; Oliveira, Gustavo Ponciano Cunha deThe present study starts from the representation of the poetry that precedes the Homeric poems as an attempt to locate the origen of lyric poetry. The sources are fragments of Homeric poems and some historiographical records from History of Literature, which also rely on data provided by Archaeology and Anthropology. Conforming to these sources, this “original poetry” is linked to the ritual, the magical and the religious spheres. According to Hauser, there would be professionals of magic word, whose origin is the prehistoric magus-artist. In the Homeric text, the divine aoidos enigmatically emerges surrounded by dancers. In the Iliad, Achilles’ shield, forged by Hephaestus, is described over 136 verses in which there are excerpts with dances being conducted by songs not performed by expert aoidos, such as Phemius and Demodocus. Dance is also connected to poetry in the arts group that dispenses tékhne presented by Plato in the Ion. As stated in Vernant, the forms of expression that lead to Greek religion unite the myth (key event for the establishment of literature, according to Lesky), the rite (linked to the dance), and the figurative representation. Finally, the evidence points out to the existence of another poetry, other than the Homeric epic, and of conceptions of poet that diverge from that of the expert aoidos. ItemHibridismo intergêneros em “suíte do couro ou louvação do couro” de Gerardo Mello Mourão(Universidade Federal de Goiás, 2011-11-08) Silva, Caroline Tavares da; Souza, Jamesson Buarque deThis paper studies the hybridism inter-genre in the poem Suite do courooulouvacao do couro (The leather’s suite or the leather’s laudation), by Gerardo Mello Mourao. The study shows that this poem presents the epic and the lyric genres’s consubstantiation. In this point we showed that the hybridism isn’t considered as the genres’s juxtaposition or agglutination, but as the presence of “one-in-the-other-in-the-one”, which creates something new. ItemHibridismo intergêneros em “Suíte do couro ou louvação do couro” de Gerardo Mello Mourão(Heloísa Augusta Brito de Mello, 2011-06-30) Silva, Caroline Tavares da; Souza, Jamesson Buarque deThis paper studies the hybridism inter-genre in the poem Suite do couro ou louvação do couro (The leather’s suite or the leather’s laudation), by Gerardo Mello Mourao. The study shows that this poem presents the epic and the lyric genres’s consubstantiation. In this point we showed that the hybridism isn’t considered as the genres’s juxtaposition or agglutination, but as the presence of “one-in-the-other-in-the-one”, which creates something new. ItemIlíada para crianças: a adaptação como configuração do épico na modernidade(2011-06) Oliveira, Meirilayne Ribeiro de; Souza, Jamesson Buarque deTo carry through the reading of an epic Greek in its original form is a challenge for readers even specialized. In this context, the adaptations had gained space in the publishing market - as much for adults, how much for children - and had suffered many critical ones, accused with, on behalf of the intelligible, to diminish the literary value of the classics. However, if to change the focus of analysis, will be that this would not be a new configuration of the epic sort in modernity? To answer to this question, we analyze the workmanship Ruth Rocha counts the Iliad, an adaptation of the classic of Homero for children. ItemPoesia e escola: compassos e descompassos(2015-12) Nogueira, Poliane Vieira; Souza, Jamesson Buarque deIn the context of readers formation in Brazil, the school is responsible for presenting the poetic language to students. However, in an attempt to guarantee a place of value for the poem in class, we realize that school makes its way otherwise, conducting students to understand poetry as sublime, difficult, unnecessary and bearing a feminine character. This study aims to discuss such widespread ideas in teaching by analyzing the teaching materials (usually of Hegelian nature) used by the school nowadays, and to suggest a new opportunity to work with the genre, through creative writing. ItemRepresentações do homoerotismo masculino em três tons: Junqueira Freire, Carlos Drummond de Andrade e Horácio Costa(2019-06) Silva, Michael; Souza, Jamesson Buarque deConsidering the collection Poesia gay brasileira: antologia, from 2017, we study how male homoeroticism is represented in poems written between the 19th and 21st centuries, and if such poems, from this representation, can be analyzed as gay ones. For that, we take into account the notions of homoeroticism and gay literature circumscribed by José Carlos Barcellos (2006). In the work we present, three poems were analyzed and described in more detail: “A um moçoilo” by Junqueira Freire, “Rapto” by Carlos Drummond de Andrade, and “Julieu e Romito” by Horácio Costa, written respectively in the 19th, 20th and 21st centuries. As a result of this comparative research, it was concluded that the poems of the anthology researched present gay nuances only from the second half of the 20th century on in Brazil. ItemSobre a relação entre filosofia e literatura(2019) Souza, Jamesson Buarque deIn this discussion, as if we were doing an experiment, we started with an inquiry about why there should be Philosophy and Literature. We do this by going back in time, more properly to the so-called Greek Archaic period, assimilating the consensus that Philosophy and Literature, as we know them, derives from this people, at least in the West. To do so, we recover the old divergence between Philosophy and Literature formed from the archaic Greek period, considering the school of Miletos, born of Philosophy. We discuss the truth that both knowledge, Philosophy and Literature, produce, presenting that it initially dealt with the truth as if in opposition to Literature. Our discussion shows that, for Literature, initially, in its beginnings, truth appears as a communion of distinct compartments of truth, whereas for Philosophy, also initially, in its beginnings, truth appears from the questioning of given truth. Therefore, a series of voices from Philosophy and Literature are summoned to show how everything from that primordial moment to the next changes, causing Philosophy to speak of Literature and to become, in its way, a kind of another way at least in many cases. So, both Philosophy and Literature, they tell the world, explaining it, discussing it and interpreting it. ItemSoneto como variação fixa formal(2015) Souza, Jamesson Buarque deThis article argues about the sonnet as a fixed form because it is variable. This corresponds to the variety in the fixity as “equal in amount” (aequalitas numerosa). To prove this, it is considered the sonnet from its origins, by Giacomo da Lentini, to the poetry of Brazilian modernists (Manuel Bandeira, Carlos Drummond de Andrade and Vinicius de Moraes), passing by the Parnassian poet Olavo Bilac. The analysis investigates the “equal in amount” considering template, versification, stanzas, rhyme, rhythm and tonality. To this end, lectures up on the formation of the subject and its intervention in the western poetry of the thirteenth century to the twentieth, distinguishing centered subject (prior to the mid-eighteenth century) and self-centered subject (later). It infers that the sonnet has a formal minimum around fourteen verses in a logical-discursive textual progression serving: proposition, development and closing. It is observed that this minimum exists only in abstract, because the sonnet varies so much that it's undone, from its origins to the mid-twentieth century. ItemSonhos do avô, do pai e do filho ou sobre polifonias psicoculturais contemporâneas em Me chame pelo seu nome/ Call me by your name, de André Aciman(2018) Santana, Jorge Alves; Souza, Jamesson Buarque de; Mota, Alice Amorim de Santana