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  1. Contra la mercantilización pedagógica de los manuales de Lengua y Literatura: el caso de ediciones del Eclipse (1994-2002)

    Bórtoli, Pamela V.
    This presentation is part of an ongoing doctoral thesis titled "Gender and Literature in manuals for Argentine secondary schools (1984-2011)." The main objective of this research is to reconstruct the ways in which discussions about gender, during certain historical turning points, impact language and literature textbooks published for secondary school in Argentina.Specifically, this paper analyzes the characteristics of language and literature manuals published after the enactment of the Federal Law on Education in Argentina, and explains the reasons why there was an unprecedented editorial hyperproduction in those years. This article specifically analyzes the case of a publisher that, due to...

  2. O valor da democracia na literatura infantil

    Balça, Ângela; Azevedo, Fernando; Selfa Sastre, Moisés
    In a Europe that questions itself politically, many have raised their voices on the spectre of the decline of democracies and the emergence of totalitarian temptations. Children’s literature is not ideologically neutral and certainly, through the modelling of realia, contains a series of possible worlds where alternatives are practiced and questioned that collectively construct a politically committed society, containing the values most appreciated by Humanity. In this study, we intend to discuss paradigmatic texts of Portuguese children’s literature, namely by an author actively committed to democracy, freedom and citizenship; António Torrado. In the works of António Torrado, through humour and...

  3. El proyecto común de lectura: explotación didáctica interdisciplinar de Las aventuras de Pinocchio (1882-1883), a partir de la metodología del centro de interés

    Parisi-Moreno, Verónica; Llonch Molina, Nayra; Selfa Sastre, Moisés
    The Proyecto Común de Lectura is an initiative of different educational members related to the reading and use of literary texts. This article presents and critically evaluates the reading activities that the members of this project implemented from a common interest in reading. Those activities included facilitating the solid construction of reading and literary competence in students in early years, Primary Education and Secondary Education. The literary text that was selected for this purpose was The Adventures of Pinocchio (1882-1883), by Carlo Collodi. This approach also shows how interdisciplinary reading contributes, through focused methodology, to its use in several fields...

  4. Los talleres de poesía para niños con cáncer en Nicaragua: Una experiencia terapéutica y de animación a la lectoescritura

    Rodríguez Moya, Daniel
    The poetry workshops that Ernesto Cardenal ran in the community of Solentiname, Nicaragua during the Sandinist Revolution (1979) and even before at the end of the 60s, did not completely disappear with the abolition of the Ministry of Culture in Nicaragua, of which Cardenal was in charge. Nor did it disappear with the later defeat of the Sandinista National Liberation Front in the elections of 1990. Nonetheless, it did end as a global project, though the seeds of the workshops continued, and not just in Nicaragua. Cardenal himself noted in an interview. "What is interesting is that when these workshops...

  5. Los textos en prosa de Ricardo Molina en Cántico. “Uriel”: reflexiones para una poética.

    Prieto Roldán, Juan María
    The purpose of this article is to make explicit the keys of the prose texts of Ricardo Molina in Cántico. Current research about the poets in «Cántico» require setting limits to discover the origins of a possible group poetics and to define their impact in the 20th century up until today. Intimacy, aestheticism and the desire for perfection are key in the poetics that Molina reveals through the short essays from «Uriel», and they highlight the influences and references of the «Cántico» poets, shedding light on possible connection between his poetry and Luis de Góngora.

  6. La lectura que da vida: elogio del artículo

    Benegas, Noni
    I believe in the beginning was the sound. Or pronunciation to be precise. That mumble and repetition of sounds, playing with the ends of the lips or between the teeth with the crispy candy of the word. At school it must have started with the cook took a look at the book or the fat rat sat on the mat, but if I want to remember the harmonies, poets emerge that no one remembers today, whose verses still drum: music just because, vain music, like the vain music of the cricket. My eclogue and simple heart, the cricket woke up...

  7. La comida como ritual sangriento en la dramaturgia de Roberto Cossa

    Padilla, Yolanda Ortiz
    This article looks at how the dramatist Roberto Cossa approaches familiar scenes of families eating together.  The plays included here are Nuestro fin de semana ("Our Weekend") from Cossa’s first period; and La Nona ("Grandma"), No hay que llorar ("No need to cry"), El tío Loco ("The Crazy Uncle") and Años difíciles ("Difficult Years") from his second. Studying Cossa’s use of meals allows us, on one hand, to understand the symbolic value that they acquire in his work over time; and, on the other hand, to examine his esthetic evolution.  In this way, we will examine scenes ranging from the...

  8. Sociología de la lectura en la Península Ibérica (2005-2012): propuesta metodológica

    García-Delgado Giménez, Belén
    After reviewing different sociological studies about reading conducted in Spain and Portugal, this paper proposes a methodology for the study of reading. It will explain how 355 pieces of news about reading were analyzed, published in the Iberian Peninsula between 2005 and 2012. The news items were selected from leading newspapers in each of the two countries. In Portugal these were: Jornal de Noticias, Correio da Manha, Diario de Noticias and Público. This selection corresponds to their reading indexes in 2012: 14% Correio da Manha, 11,7% Jornal de Noticias, 4,2% Diario de Noticias y 5,1% Público (Cardoso, 2013: 65). In...

  9. Promoción de la lectura en espacios virtuales: el caso del Portal de Lectores y Lecturas de la Universidad Veracruzana

    López Acosta, Sergio Antonio; Jarvio Fernández, Olivia
    This article presents a case study: that of the Portal of Readers and Readings (www.uv.mx/lectores) from the Universidad Veracruzana, which is shown to promote non-utilitarian reading through the Internet. This portal, as a blog, contains articles, news and other texts related to the promotion of reading, as well as reviews of some books published in the Colección Biblioteca del Universitario, a collection of literature established by the writer Sergio Pitol. The design of the portal is analyzed to show how the appropriate content is selected and presented in the most striking way. This article will show that the objective of...

  10. El jazz y Cortázar

    Abras Daneri, Araceli
    El corpus literario de Julio Cortázar se explica partiendo del origen de su narrativa en un contexto cuya naturaleza es sincrética y está cimentada en dispares orígenes e influencias culturales que caracterizan al producto cultural americano. Es en la música y la literatura, donde para Cortázar, los distintos lenguajes sirven de cauce por el que se canalizan las distintas influencias. Este carácter sincrético por el que se trasvasan lógicas otras heredadas de tradiciones otras posiciona al intelectual americano en la problemática de la identidad y, consecutivamente para Cortázar, en  el compromiso.

  11. Algunas prácticas discursivas en "El coloquio de los perros": el espacio fronterizo entre el sermón y la murmuración

    Espindola, Vânia Pilar Chacon
    Certain poetic and rhetorical criteria are observed in the written productions of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries in Spain, adequate to the standards of absolutist court such as ingenuity, judgment, prudence, discretion and honest dissimulation, as is the case of the exemplary novel "El coloquio de los perros" of Miguel de Cervantes (1613).This article aims to establish homologies that allow me to find the structures that are repeated in a system of representation, whose theological-political principles authorize a satirical discourse.

  12. As duplicidades do Édipo Rei de Sófocles

    Silva, Rafael Guimarães Tavares
    The main scholars that analyzed Sophocles’ play, Oedipus the King (S. OT), in which Oedipus figures as the supreme ruler of Thebes, suggest that the determining feature of this character would be a kind of fundamental ambivalence or duplicity. In this sense, Oedipus would be actually not only one, but two. Assuming this characterization as typical of the tragic discourse (as Jean-Pierre Vernant suggests), we intend to demonstrate that an aggravation of something of that order undermines the unicity of this mythos, as well as its characters and their speeches, since even its protagonist is split in two different figures (who are in a...

  13. Glória e identidade na Nemeia 10 de Píndaro

    Bustos, María Natalia
    The theme of “identity” in Pindar’s Nemean 10 has been overlooked by scholars who have referred, especially, to the topics of friendship, loyalty and communication between men and god as essential topics of this Ode. This paper underlines the importance of the theme of “identity” in Pindar’s Nemean 10. In this Ode, Pindar emphasizes that the innate traits and tradition that constitute the identity of a person or city are the result, not only of heritage, but also of the personal choices made in relation with other men and the gods. It also highlights the intervention of the gods in...

  14. Busíris, um drama satírico de Eurípides

    Alves Ribeiro Jr., Wilson
    Busiris is one of Euripides incomplete satyr plays and its date is uncertain. This paper contains an overview of myths on Busiris and Heracles, his iconography, a Portuguese translation of testimonia and known fragments, and a conjectural reconstruction of the satyr play, based on scanty available data.

  15. Os Oráculos Caldeus: contexto histórico e filosofia

    Körbes Hauschild, Álvaro
    The Chaldean Oracles are a series of verses in hexametres which flourished in second and third centuries A.D. and are the first evidence of theurgy, doctrine which featured in the development of all the Neoplatonism since Porphyry. The verses were gathered from quotations by Neoplatonists like Proclus, Damascius, Psellus, and Plethon, for whom the doctrine of the Chaldean Oracles was familiar and composed, together with Hermeticism and Gnosticism, the “underworld of late Platonism”. The oracles are known for searching for the salvation of human soul through divine inspiration and traditional rituals; the theurgists made use of a symbolic language and...

  16. As tragédias pessoais de Quintiliano na Institutio oratoria: captatio beneuolentiae, interlúdio ou desabafo público? (Inst. 6, Proêmio)

    Pinton, Beatriz Rezende Lara; Miotti, Charlene Martins
    This paper aims to present a translation of the Proem to the sixth book of Institutio Oratoria by Quintilian, analyzing the rhetorical strategies used by the author to move the audience through his narrative. In the Proem to this book, which concludes the first half of the work, Quintilian exposes the dramas of his personal life and cries out for the premature death of his wife and two sons, in a tragic and involving narrative, strongly marked by the pathetic tone. Based upon the study of the original Latin text, the Aristotelian influences and the previous studies of the researchers...

  17. Os Cavaleiros: a composição política e teatral

    De Carli, Elisana
    Aristophanes presents, in Knights, the political dispute between two opponents to rule the People’s House and reveals cunning meanders to come and stay in power. In this article, it is analyzed the relationship between the historical reference and aesthetic elaboration from i) the characters and Athens’ everyday political; ii) poetic creation and/or portrait of daily life?; iii) the comic action: reality reflected in the mirror of comedy; and pondering Aristophanes’ construction in the correlation of structure and content to potentiate the theatrical play. Thus, it is possible to see the foundational relationship between comedy and subjects that move the city such...

  18. Héracles e a interlocução do Nume

    Torrano, Jaa
    The plot of Heraclestragedy by Euripides is composed of three parts: in the first one, Heracles’ family is under threat of death by the tyrant Lykos and anxiously awaits the return of the hero from his latest mission; in the second part, Heracles returns and kills the tyrant; and in the third one, Heracles – possessed by Lyssa – kills his own family, and when he regains consciousness of his terrible deed, he plans to commit suicide, but he is persuaded by his friend Theseus to accept his misfortune and endure the pain of living under the weight of his fault....

  19. L'inganno sonoro. Brevi considerazioni sulla “ventriloquia” nel periodo tardo latino e medievale

    Bellucci, Nikola
    Starting from the description of the Engastrimythes contained in a passage from the fourth book of “La vie de Gargantua et de Pantagruel” by F. Rabelais (1552) and referring back to recent studies in the Greek context, the article proposes a brief investigation about “ventriloquism” in the Late Latin and Medieval period, showing semantic developments and specializations of the term and then focusing the attention to the critical watershed provided by a chapter of the Caroli Magni Capitulare de imaginibus until reaching the threshold of the Renaissance.

  20. O sonho em Quéreas e Calírroe, de Cáriton de Afrodísias

    Duarte, Adriane da Silva; López, Isabel Passos
    This article proposes the analysis of the dreams that occur in Chariton’s Chaereas and Callirhoe (I AD). The dream is present in Greek literature since the Homeric poems, which attests to its relevance in culture and in the imaginary. The nine dreams reported in the novel will be examined from a narratological perspective, also taking into account the cultural context and the Oneirocritic, of Artemidoro (II AD).

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