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Regionalismos léxicos y paremiológicos en la narrativa de Jorge Amado: aspectos sociolingüístico y antropológico
Linguistic analysis of lexical and paremiological regionalisms in Jorge Amado fiction. Socio-linguistic and anthropological aspects

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Souza, Maria Gessy Nunes de (2016) Regionalismos léxicos y paremiológicos en la narrativa de Jorge Amado: aspectos sociolingüístico y antropológico. [Thesis]

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The work of Jorge Amado collects and processes relevant aspects of Brazilian miscegenation and allows discussion on various issues relating to the cultural productions of the country. If on the one hand the racial mixture can be seen as the result of an harmonious process, as is traditional Brazilian thought that comes from XVIII century, on the other hand it portrays the customs of Bahian society at different times, mixing the humorous tone to the optimistic view of the world. As for the miscegenation, reality of the Bahian people, as of all Brazil, can also be analyzed in their heterogeneity, for whom observes that, in the end, the crossing of economic, social and cultural boundaries have been, in many cases, quite problematic. The aim of this work is to make a journey into reality, past and present in Brazil, to understand the lexical regionalisms present in each work; it is important to understand the history of slavery, indigenous groups and the relation that the white man had with this world. All that enormous database of spoken language (a true linguistic laboratory) served and is serving to describe the Portuguese in Brazil in its regional, ethnic and social varieties. (Bagno, 2011: 104-105) I analyze here two works by Jorge Amado, Gabriela, Clove and Cinnamon: Chronicle of an Inner City and Tieta of Agreste, which constitute the corpus of this work, which will consist in detecting an extensive glossary and the collection thereof as well as paremiological regionalisms; phrases or expressions corresponding to a region and time of Brazil...


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Tesis inédita de la Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Facultad de Filología, Departamento de Filología Románica, Filología Eslava y Lingüística General, leída el 03/02/2016

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Fraticelli, Barbara
Uncontrolled Keywords:Jorge Amado, Literatura brasileña, Lenguaje popular
Palabras clave (otros idiomas):Jorge Amado, Brazilian literature, Popular language
Subjects:Humanities > Philology > Authors
Humanities > Philology > Linguistics
Humanities > Philology > Romance philology
ID Code:40117
Deposited On:16 Nov 2016 12:21
Last Modified:09 Apr 2019 10:31

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