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by Roberto Reis

Category: History and Criticism
Subcategory: Fiction
Author: Roberto Reis
ISBN: 0813011051
ISBN13: 978-0813011059
Language: English
Publisher: Ctrleor Latin Amer Stds; First Edition edition (February 1, 1992)
Pages: 178
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toward an archaeology of Brazilian transition discourse. Published 1992 by University Press of Florida, Center for Latin American Studies in Gainesville.

The Pearl Necklace: Toward an Archaeology of Brazilian Transition Discourse. by Roberto Reis, Aparecida de Godoy Johnson (pp. 484-485). Aparecida de Godoy Johnson.

In his first book-length publication in English, Roberto Reis reevaluates the Brazilian literary canon, stressing the authoritarian undercurrent in much of that country's cultural discussion and rejecting the idea that literature has been a force for positive social change. Reis analyzes eight works of fiction written during what he calls the "transition period," the years between 1850 and 1950, when Brazil advanced from an agrarian society into an urban society

Geographic Area Code: s-bl -. Library of Congress Call Number: PQ9603. Dewey Decimal Classification Number: 86. 20. Personal Name: Reis, Roberto. Publication, Distribution, et. Gainesville.

Geographic Area Code: s-bl -. University Press of Florida, Center for Latin American Studies, (c)1992. Physical Description: xiii, 178 p. ;, 24 cm. Bibliography, etc.

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Roberto Esser dos Reis, Brazilian . c. and ichthyologist, Professor and Curator of Fishes at the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul. Among other duties, doctor Reis has been working at the University of São Paulo, Brazil, the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, and the University of Central Florida, Orlando, Florida, United States.

His book will not only encourage the revision of received wisdom in the history of ideas and of science, but also inspire the . We learn to hear and see our contemporary scenes by learning the archaeology of hearing and seeing

His book will not only encourage the revision of received wisdom in the history of ideas and of science, but also inspire the geniuses of the future. Zbig Rybczynski, Filmmaker (Endorsement). We know that to understand the world, we have to understand the media. We learn to hear and see our contemporary scenes by learning the archaeology of hearing and seeing.

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Towards an archaeology and anthropology of rock art "Vers une archéologie et une anthropologie de l'art rupestre" Bruno David and Ian J. McNiven. Vers une archéologie et une anthropologie de l'art rupestre" Les curiosités anamnesiques et souvenirs de petites filles, citées et référencées "Contempory artist Maud Bonnet explores this idea of what it meaans to (re)collect the past in the present, sometimes a past that stretches back a considerable time, sometimes one that is still close to now, bbutt one that is always.

In his first book-length publication in English, Roberto Reis reevaluates the Brazilian literary canon, stressing the authoritarian undercurrent in much of that country's cultural discussion and rejecting the idea that literature has been a force for positive social change.Reis analyzes eight works of fiction written during what he calls the "transition period," the years between 1850 and 1950, when Brazil advanced from an agrarian society into an urban society. His map of the country's modernization reveals the role of intellectuals - often co-opted in construction of a strong, central state - and the aversion toward history that he says characterizes much of Brazilian social formation. Even Brazil's leftist literature parallels the history written by the dominant groups, he argues, and it perpetuates the unjust, closed, and elitist structure of the State. He sums up the concerns of the book by asserting "History must be taken as a problem."Organized around the metaphor of a pearl necklace, each chapter (or bead on the strand) addresses a specific feature of the authoritarian question. The writers discussed - those ignored by contemporary Brazilian criticism as well as those canonized - include Jose de Alencar, Humberto de Campos, Jose Lins do Rego, Graciliano Ramos, Galeao Coutinho, and Carlos Drummond de Andrade. Machado de Assis and Erico Verissimo are the two discussed here "whose literary practice fractures the monolithic solidity of discursive certainty," linking them to "writers such as Oswald de Andrade, Joao Guimaraes Rosa, and Clarice Lispector" (Randal Johnson in the foreword).
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