A representação do espaço e a cidade na poesia de Cora Coralina e José Décio Filho

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Universidade Federal de Goiás


This research intends to show two visions on the space of the city in the poetry produced in Goiás. For such, will be boarded Poems of the alleys of Goiás and hystory more (1965), of Cora Coralina and Poems and chose (1953), of José Décio Filho. A survey of the poetical images and the used linguistic resources in poems will be made, with the objective to evidence the look that each poet launches on the similar space that involves them - the city. They are about looks that if they sharpen with the aesthetic modernist and that they are thematically convergent for sending to the city. In this direction, it will be looked to point out the constituent relation of the poets with the cities sung in its poetry. The city as symbol and place of meeting of the poets, not only exerts a species of allure in the goiana poetry, but also in Brazilian literature e, for this status, it appears as determinative agent of the signification of poetical literature. Thus, the priority of this work is in improving the analysis of the poetical texts considered from the poetical one of the space, Gaston Bachelard. Beyond taking loaned concepts of geography by means of studious as the geography Milton Santos and Yi-Fu Tuan. Amongst others some speeches on the critical space, texts Other spaces (2001), of the French theoretician Michel Foucault, Spaces and its expansions (2007) of the literary critic Brazilian Luis Alberto Brandão and Introduction to topoanálise, of Ozíris Borges Filho (2007) will also be used as authorized of this study.



Cidade, Poesia moderna, Cora Coralina, Espaço, City, Space, Modern poetry, Cora Coralina, Jose Décio Filho


ESMERALDO, Moema de Souza. A representação do espaço e a cidade na poesia de Cora Coralina e José Décio Filho. 2014. 111 f. Dissertação (Mestrado em Estudos da Linguagem) - Universidade Federal de Goiás, Catalão, 2014.