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PRESEN A DO MEDIEVALISMO EM GON ALVES DIAS
Gisele Gemmi Chiari
Fólio : Revista de Letras , 2011,
Abstract: Today, as during the Second Empire Brazilian literary criticism has emphasized nationalists or exotic themes of Romanticism. The Indianism of Gon alves Dias has been overvalued at the expense of other aspects of his compositions because the “Poesias Americanas” has being seen as a symbol of literary autonomy in Brazil. This article aims to point out the constant presence of medievalist aesthetic in the poetry of Gon alves Dias, in order to show that the poet's work is not restricted to the thematic of ideal Indian hero. Therefore, we analyzed poems from Primeiros Cantos, Segundos Cantos, Novos Cantos, últimos Cantos and from Sextilhas de Frei Ant o indicating the presence of themes, vocabulary, content and medievalist forms. The medievalism in Dias was affiliated to European Romanticism with which Gon alves Dias dialogued.
Aminoquinolone WR6026 as a feasible substitute for gentian violet in Chagas' disease prophylaxis in preserved blood for transfusional purposes
Moraes-Souza, Helio;Pianetti, Gisele Marilia;Barretto, Orlando César de Oliveira Pereira;Nonoyama, Kimyo;Grolg, M.;Chiari, Egler;
Revista da Sociedade Brasileira de Medicina Tropical , 2002, DOI: 10.1590/S0037-86822002000600003
Abstract: the search for a colorless, nontoxic and efficient drug to prevent transfusion-associated chagas' disease (tacd) has been underway unsuccessfully since 1953 when gentian violet was preconized and to date is still being used as the only in vitro trypanocidal agent. the recent findings of aminoquinolone "wr6026" as a trypanocidal agent, led the authors to study the metabolism of red cells stored with this compound, the main objective of which was to define its applicability in tacd control. ten units of human whole blood collected in cpda-1 were divided into two equal satellite bags. one had "wr6026" (final concentration 62.5μg/ml) added and the other was used as a control, both were stored at 4oc. at baseline, day 7, 14, 21 and 28, samples were taken for the following measurements: adenosine triphosphate (atp), hemoglobin, electrolytes (sodium and potassium), gases (po2 and pco2) and osmotic fragility. the results of tests and control were analyzed through parametric t-student test. the results were similar in both groups throughout the experiment except for the level of atp on day 14, which presented significantly higher values in the tests when compared with the controls (p = 0.012). it was concluded that wr6026 does not interfere in the preservation and probably the viability of the erythrocytes also until day 28 of storage. consequently the authors suggest that wr6026 could emerge as a colorless substitute for gentian violet in the control of tacd in endemic areas.
Isolamento de amostras do Trypanosoma cruzi por xenodiagnóstico e hemocultura de pacientes na fase cr?nica da doen?a de Chagas
Bronfen, Elisabeth;Rocha, Francisco Silvério de Assis;Machado, Gisele Brand?o Nogueira;Perillo, Maria Marcia;Romanha, Alvaro José;Chiari, Egler;
Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz , 1989, DOI: 10.1590/S0074-02761989000200012
Abstract: fifty nine chronic chagasic patients were simultaneously submitted to xenodiagnosis and hemoculture for trypanosoma cruzi sampels isolations. the xenodiagnosis was done with 40 panstrongylus megistus, triatoma infestans and dipetalogaster maximus nymphs, performing 120 triatomines. groups of 10 insects per specie were dissecated and the intestinal content pooled and examine, after previous trituration and homogenization. the microscopically negative material was seed into lit medium and examined after 20 days. twenty nine patients were parasitologically proved, being 15 only by senoxiagnosis, 4 only by hemoculture and 10 by both methods. it was discussed the parasitological comprovation difficulties in chronic chagastic patients, the value of the simultaneous utilization of different triatomine species in xenodiagnosis and the hemoculture, in a favorable positive association to the sensistivity increase in the diagnosis' disease. the 49,2% of posistivity obtained in this group, visualize approaches like clinic-therapeutic assay and or epidemiological (case-control) with the purpose to investigate a possible association with t. cruzi sampels and different clinic forms in chagas' disease.
Chagas disease diagnosis using polymerase chain reaction, hemoculture and serologic methods
Chiari Egler
Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz , 1999,
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Line Cottegnies, Fran ois Laroque et Jean-Marie Maguin (dir.). Théatre élisabéthain
Sophie CHIARI
E-rea : Revue électronique d’études sur le Monde Anglophone , 2010,
Abstract: On conna t — ou l’on croit conna tre — Shakespeare. Mais que sait-on de ses contemporains ? Bien peu de choses, en réalité. Une anthologie consacrée au Théatre élisabéthain vient de para tre, enfin, qui devrait nous inciter à en apprendre davantage. On aimerait […] faire conna tre, peut-être inciter à faire jouer, des pièces majeures et représentatives de ce prodigieux répertoire, encore trop mal connu dans notre pays (1, xvi). On ne peut qu’espérer que ce v u formulé par Line Cottegnies ...
Delphine Lemonnier-Texier (dir). Représentations et identité sexuelles dans le théatre de Shakespeare. Mises en scène du genre, écritures de l’histoire
Sophie CHIARI
E-rea : Revue électronique d’études sur le Monde Anglophone , 2011,
Abstract: Un rapide coup d’ il à la page de couverture de cet ouvrage collectif, qui représente une miniature de la figure de Jeanne d’Arc, tête nue, une épée à la main, suffit pour entrer de plain pied dans le vif du sujet : comment les femmes appréhendent-elles leur féminité ? Comment les hommes dessinent-ils les limites de leur territoire ? Les différences entre femmes et hommes sont le résultat d'une construction sociale, et non le produit d’un déterminisme biologique. Pour autant, cette constructi...
Società Internet, un'associazione per lo sviluppo di Internet in Italia
M. Chiari
Bollettino del CILEA , 2002, DOI: 10.1472/bc.v81ifebbraio.1089
Abstract: Una breve cronistoria di ISOC Internet Society, l'associazione senza fini di lucro che si occupa, ormai da dieci anni, della diffusione della conoscenza relativa ad Internet. In questo articolo una panoramica delle attivita', con particolare riguardo alla sezione italiana, Isoc.it, che dal 25 gennaio scorso ha raggiunto la piena e completa operativita'.
La diversion comme genre : L’écriture et ses labyrinthes à l’époque élisabéthaine Diversion as a Genre : The Writing and its Labyrinths during the Elizabethan Period
Sophie Chiari-Lasserre
Revue LISA / LISA e-journal , 2005, DOI: 10.4000/lisa.634
Abstract: This paper focuses on the notion of “genre(s)” and tries to demonstrate that in the Renaissance England, artists often relied on a labyrinthine genre to improve the subtlety of the writings. The image of the labyrinth was chosen for a variety of reasons: derived from classical sources, sometimes representing chaos, sometimes standing for a complex harmony, this rich, ambivalent figure was at the same time attractive and repulsive. Gradually, the myth pervaded reality: under the Tudors, several kinds of mazes entertained Shakespeare’s compatriots. Indeed, knots and maze gardens proliferated, literally provoking the amazement of people contemplating their twists and turns. The old tradition which consisted in treading the path of a turf-maze still persisted, as Elizabethan literature shows, even though less and less young people wanted to take part in these pagan rituals. In the seventeenth century, poets started lamenting the gradual disappearance of these curves drawn on the grass. Still, the myth of the labyrinth was very pregnant in narrative, dramatic and poetic fictions. With its eccentricities and its extravagances, Renaissance literature gave the symbol a new life. Such translations as Edward Fairfax’s Godfrey of Bulloigne or the Recoverie of Jerusalem (1600) and Robert Dallington’s Hypnerotomachia (1592) allow us to enter a world full of “diversions” – in both senses of the word – and of intricate mazes. And more importantly, the image of the Cretan circumvolutions, when present in the texts, refashioned the style of Renaissance books: this is the reason why the labyrinth itself can be seen as a genre, fully operative during the Elizabethan period. Dramatists in particular used this peculiar genre to stage deviant trajectories and plots of “seduction”, in the etymological sense of the term. More generally, writers re-shaped labyrinthine discourses in order to respect the ideal of copia which had been defended by Erasmus. Finally, this essay explores the multiple meanings of “erring” for the Renaissance artists, given the fact that many of them played on its different facets (going astray or making a wrong choice), in order to produce “amazing”, and sometimes deceiving, literary works.
Catherine Chauche, Langue et Monde. Grammaire géopoétique du paysage contemporain.
Sophie Chiari-Lasserre
Transatlantica : Revue d'études Américaines , 2006,
Abstract: C’est vers 1978, lors d’un voyage au Labrador, que le mot de géopoétique est venu à l’esprit d’un auteur écossais contemporain, Kenneth White. Dans le sillage de Gilles Deleuze, il cherche à se mettre en étroite relation avec le dehors. Loin de la poésie du terroir, il retourne au sens initial du mot cosmos et déploie un monde poétique où le nomadisme intellectuel brise tout carcan idéologique. Nommé à la chaire de poétique du vingtième siècle de l′Université de la Sorbonne, à la fin ...
Liliane Louvel et Catherine Rannoux (éds). La Réticence.
Sophie Chiari-Lasserre
Transatlantica : Revue d'études Américaines , 2006,
Abstract: Les vingt-quatre études réunies et présentées par Liliane Louvel et Catherine Rannoux dans le numéro 68 de La Licorne sont très hétéroclites, et sondent tous les genres et les sous-genres de la littérature et de l’art. Mais toutes aussi variées soient-elles, elles explorent avec une grande rigueur scientifique une figure paradoxale, où se conjuguent non seulement le manque, le silence et l’interruption, mais aussi les tout dire , l’épuisement du sens et la prolifération. C’est donc san...
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