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MULHERES QUE HABITAVAM COMALA PERSONAGENS FEMININAS EM PEDRO PÁRAMO

by Bezerra, Mara Gonzalez , MS

Abstract (Summary)
This dissertation analyzes the female characters in the romance novel “Pedro Paramo”, written by Juan Rulfo in 1955. The novel investigates the construction of the representation of women and how they fictionally constitute the relations between men and women in the society of the Mexican Revolutionary era. To understand how Rulfo creates these personages, I select some of them, and through documentary and fictional bibliographic research, I develop a reading on the construction of these female roles. The aesthetic and fictional development of the psychological profiles of this romance novel attempts to show a decadent rural society where everyday life and relationships are governed by disenchantment and the hope(lessness) of a different story.
Bibliographical Information:

Advisor:Rfael Camorlinga

School:Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina

School Location:Brazil

Source Type:Master's Thesis

Keywords:Rulfo. Mexican literature. Pedro Páramo. Woman.

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Date of Publication:07/15/2011

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