Myth and Ideology in Contemporary Brazilian Fiction

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Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press, 1983 - 260 páginas
Analyzing the thematic and formal characteristics of six contemporary Brazilian novels, this study explores the use of myth and its ideological implications. The writers examined are Maria Alice Barroso, Clarice Lispector, Jorge Amado, Carlos Heitor Cony, Adonias Filho, and Autran Dourado.
 

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Text Context Metacontext
19
Myth and Ideology
27
Mythic Structures and Subterfuges
41
Maria Alice Barroso From Myth To History
43
Clarice Lispector Myth and Mystification
76
Jorge Amado Morals and Marvels
111
Three Prefigurative Novels
141
Carlos Heitor Cony Moses as Everyman
143
Adonias Filho The Myth of Malevolence
167
Autran Dourado The Sacrifice of the Innocent
191
Conclusions
220
Notes
222
Works Cited
239
Index
251
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