\"Intersemiotic processes in a myth of the brazilian amorous culture: \"Iracema\", by José de Alencar\".

by de Oliveira, Leni Lourenço

Abstract (Summary)
Departing of the Roland Barthes\' definition, according to which the myth is a language in complete ideological action, the present Doctorship Thesis pledges to elucidate the shapes of the amorous speech in a brazilian mythical narrative: \"Iracema\", by José de Alencar. Taken like corpus analysis the text \"Iracema\", it was presented and defended under the view of the semiotic, considering specifically the studies about the intersemiotic relations that establish themselves between this speech and the coutesy \"voices\" of Tristão e Isolda there understood.
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Bibliographical Information:

Advisor:Leda Tenorio da Motta

School:Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo

School Location:Brazil

Source Type:Master's Thesis

Keywords:Amorous communication Semiotic of the culture myth vassalage love death


Date of Publication:09/29/2005

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