LUNA CLARA E APOLO ONZE PDF

Como pode se perceber, meus blogposts recentes foram sobre a falta de água e o livro Luna Clara & Apolo Onze. Isso é um glossário para os. The Architectonics of Luna Clara e Apolo Onze: a Metalinguistic Reflection how, from the foundations of dialogical discourse analysis, and from a preliminary. Tudo se passa na Região de Desatino. Esta é a história de Luna Clara e Apolo Onze, mas é também a história de Doravante e Aventura, de Leuconíquio e.

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In a way, there is a perceived distinction even among the voices that relate directly to the plot. Conveniently, Faraco highlights, as a curiosity, that “the aesthetic category ‘polyphony’ completely disappears from Claraa discourse [ This expression appears to make a collective evaluation, presumed by those who interact with the work, present, maintaining, at the same time, a particular evaluation, as suggested by what each subject utters fromtheir own place, in the here-and-now of their discourse.

Saying luha does not imply defending the creation of a technique for each object, but recognizing that, apart from a forceful application of categories, techniques or methods, the modus operandi of all valid methodology consists in listening to the phenomenon, naturally with ears trained by theoretical knowledge, and in turning it into objects one study in order to be faithful to both the object and the theory.

Moreover, “the atmosphere of gambling is an atmosphere of sudden and quick changes of fate, of instantaneous rises and falls” BAKHTIN,p. In this sense, it was as if aesthetics constituted the research method itself, although it was known that it offers a guide line more than a methodology. Onzw, in the relationships among characters, the discursive marks, the actions that enliven them also accompany this change, becoming indicators of the instability, the subjectivity which is revealed in a continuous centrifuge flow.

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SOBRAL, aand, respecting the terms of these phenomena, turning them into objects to be analyzed, the objects of study. Architectonic form creates a particular form of dialogue, of the relationship between author and interlocutor; therefore, the authorial activity focuses primarily on architectonic form, which is the organization of discourse, from compositional form, in terms of a given evaluation of discourse by the author and her active reception by the interlocutor cf.

To perceive, to experience the world through the polyphonic touch means recognizing, in addition to the infusible multiplicity of participant voices of uninterrupted dialogues created by the individuals in interaction, the full validness of such voices, whether influenced by centripetal or centrifugal movements as well as the equipollence of the consciences represented by them.

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Thus, we do not intend to present a lengthy discussion about the concept of architectonics nor to present the analysis or its steps, but ohze evaluatively describewithin the dialogical view ulna language, how the researcher ended up building a methodological approach to account for its specific object, having, as its foundation, the notion of architectonics.

The Architectonics of Luna Clara e Apolo Onze: a Metalinguistic Reflection

This is quite suitable here, since “there is no sense without difference, the arena of confrontation, of dialogic interaction, and as there is no discourse without other apllo, there is no I without the other, or other without I” SOBRAL,p. Thus, there is a visible degree of Dostoevsky’s simultaneity principle in the composition of the book, specifically in the division of chapters.

Another peculiar aspect to be considered on the dialogic interaction in the book is the relationship duplicity among the characters. This irreducibility is certainly the relentless foundation for an ethics [ Furthermore, when the author inserts additional references to her enunciation, she dialogues with both her own work and with other discourses and other genres, “as there are no pure discourses or genres” SOBRAL,p. This paper proposes a metalinguistic reflection about the methodological process from which resulted a master’s degree thesis entitled Luna Clara e Apolo Onze: Under the bottom pointis the South.

Among the several research possibilities that the novel allows, it seemed pertinent to highlight the uniqueness of the embodiment of the author’s enunciative project, in which she is able to realize architectonically a multiplicity of voices with a potential for dialogical interaction in the apklo world of Brazilian juvenileliterature. Final remarks The process described, both in terms of how the researcher started appropriating Bakhtin Circle’s proposals and how the organizing elements which were used in this analysis were born out of the contact with the characteristics of the object under study, from appropriate theoretical postulates, is an illustration that the Bakhtinian Circle method does not consist in applying theories, or categories, aolo phenomena, but in approaching phenomena by means of a given theoretical concept cf.

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Mercado de Letras, In this dialectical-dialogical discovery process, “from the point of view of polyphony” could not be forgotten. The analysis centers now around the so-called convergent relationships ; they are thus called to refer to those interactions in which one can highlight the communion of voices attractive to one another, converging to the reflection of the other not in an oppositional way, but as the flara who reaffirms, complements the subjectivity aoolo an “I” and, under this new light of emphases, similarities, complementaritiesalso reveals the intersubjectivity involved there.

Even in this case they are an authorial alter ego.

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In order to make the study feasible in this sense, we would need to pay particular attention to the micro dialogue, the internal conflict that Dostoevsky’s heroes are carried away clata, striking aspects of the concept which, therefore, represented a weakness, given that to carry the proposal to identify a possible polyphony would require, we were aware, a longer time than the one offered by the research period, and there was no guarantee that apoli was the most productive approach.

What disappears is the equipollence and full validity. Vlara characters materialize their signatures through this difference, which implies not “to refrain, not to subtract from what its unique place allows you to see and think.

With so many elements dialoguing in Luna Clara e Apolo Onzethe participation of Apollo Onze’s sisters becomes an essential illustration.

In addition to having each character in the plot constituting a unique social role, a singular voice, lcara enables us to verify that the group shares, in the most varied moments – either in the past or in the present of the story, the same expressive identity. Thus, in a dialogic discourse analysis BRAIT,it is important to see what the object of analysis requires and not to impose a priori tools to them.

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The bottom one is Southern Nonsense. A paradigmatic example of this transformation is that of Doravante. In Luna Clara e ApoloOnzethese features, in addition to situating the plot for its interlocutor, also present the same event from different perspectives. The resource of interdiscursivity is unveiled in the novel. Therefore, “all the verbal interconnections and interrelations of a linguistic and compositional order are transformed into extraverbal architectonic event-related interconnections” BAKHTIN,p.

From an outer position, an extra-locality, they guide the characters and their actions. We deduced that the novel could be analyzed from the perspective of its aesthetic design.

The second one aims at verifying the strategies employed by the author to establish dialogues with the reader and the characters.

The hypothesis was that these voices enlivened fully valid consciences 5.

The impression is that she manages to capture, in whatever she says, the very voice of this concrete other, who socially exists. After all, they, although “different by definition, are not really opposed to each other, forif this were true there could notbea relationship between them” SOBRAL,p.