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(Miscege)nación en O Corti o
Brian?L. Price
Trans : Revue de Littérature Générale et Comparée , 2008,
Abstract: écrit un an après la proclamantion d’indépendance du Brésil, O Corti o de Aluísio Azevedo dépeint la composition démographique du pays avec un sens du détail naturaliste et examine les dangers potentiels de la miscégénation pour la nouvelle république. Influencé par les théories racistes européennes, Azevedo et ses contemporains craignaient que le mélange des races ne fin t par diluer les ascendances européennes qui devaient servir de base à la nouvelle société. Dans le roman, le corti o - une sorte de bourgade prolétarienne qui proliférait à la fin du XIX siècle- fonctionne comme un laboratoire où les différents éléments raciaux de la société convergent, s’entretissent et se détruisent. Le présent essai examine le contexte historique dans lequel ce roman a été rédigé et centre son regard critique sur les deux principales liaisons amoureuses. Dans les deux cas, un homme européen s’unit avec une femme de race inférieur et il paye un prix moral élevé ; dans les deux cas, l’homme perd la pureté que l’auteur attend de la nation nouvelle. En fin de comptes, et contrairement à ce qu’Azevedo espérait, le Brésil métis triomphe sur la colonie européenne et se transforme en corti o. Written a year after the proclamation of Brazilian independence, O Corti o by Aluisio Azevedo depicts the demographic composition of the country with a naturalistic sense of detail and examines the possible dangers of miscegenation in the new republic. Influenced by racist European theories, Azevedo and his contemporaries feared that the mixing of races would eventually result in diluting the European ancestries which had to be the base of the new society. In the novel, the corti o - a kind of small proletarian town which abounded in the 19th century - works as a laboratory where the different racial elements converge, entangle and destroy each other. The present essay examines the historical context during which that novel was written and its critical eye focuses on the two main love affairs. In both, a European man marries (has a love relationship with) a woman of inferior race and pays a high moral price for that. In both, the man loses the purity which the author expects from the new nation. Eventually contrary to what Azevedo expected, mixed-race Brazil triumphs over the European colony and turns into a corti o . Escrito el a o después de realizarse la independencia brasile a, O Corti o de Aluísio Azevedo retrata con detalle naturalista la composición demográfica del país y examina los potenciales maleficios de la miscegenación para la nueva república. Bajo las influencias de teor
O. Boersma, Vluchtig voorbeeld. De Nederlandse, Franse en Italiaanse vluchtelingenkerken in Londen, 1568-1585
J.L. Price
BMGN : Low Countries Historical Review , 1995,
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The dangers of unscientific history. Schama and the Dutch seventeenth-century
J.L. Price
BMGN : Low Countries Historical Review , 1989,
Abstract: S. Schama, The embarrassment of riches. An interpretation of Dutch culture in the Golden Age
D.P. Blok, W. Prevenier, D.J. Roorda, Algemene Geschiedenis der Nederlanden, VIII, Nieuwe tijd. Sociaal economische geschiedenis 1650-1800; Politieke geschiedenis 1648-1700; Religiegeschiedenis tweede helft 17de eeuw
J.L. Price
BMGN : Low Countries Historical Review , 1981,
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D. Regin, Traders, artists, burghers. A cultural history of Amsterdam in the 17th century
J.L. Price
BMGN : Low Countries Historical Review , 1978,
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W.Th.M. Frijhoff, Wegen van Evert Willemsz. Een Hollands weeskind op zoek naar zichzelf 1607-1647
J.L. Price
BMGN : Low Countries Historical Review , 1997,
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Translational Regulation of the Drosophila Post-Translational Circadian Mechanism
Jeffrey L. Price
PLOS Genetics , 2014, DOI: doi/10.1371/journal.pgen.1004628
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An Alternative Construction to the Transitive Closure of a Directed Graph
Kenneth L. Price
Mathematics , 2011,
Abstract: One must add arrows which are forced by transitivity to form the transitive closure of a directed graph. We introduce a construction of a transitive directed graph which is formed by adding vertices instead of arrows and which preserves the transitive relationships formed by distinct vertices in the original directed graph. Our construction does not apply to all directed graphs.
Good Gradings of Generalized Incidence Rings
Kenneth L. Price
Mathematics , 2011,
Abstract: This inquiry is based on both the construction of generalized incidence rings due to Gene Abrams and the construction of good group gradings of incidence algebras due to Molli Jones. We provide conditions for a generalized incidence ring to be graded isomorphic to a subring of an incidence ring over a preorder. We also extend Jones's construction to good group gradings for incidence algebras over preorders with crosscuts of length one or two.
Homological properties of color Lie superalgebras
Kenneth L. Price
Mathematics , 2005,
Abstract: Let $\mathcal{L}=\mathcal{L}_{+}\oplus \mathcal{L}_{-}$ be a finite dimensional color Lie superalgebra over a field of characteristic 0 with universal enveloping algebra $U(\mathcal{L})$. We show that $\limfunc{gldim}(U(\mathcal{L}_{+}))= \limfunc{lFPD}(U(\mathcal{L}))= \limfunc{rFPD}(U(\mathcal{L}))= \limfunc{injdim}_{U(\mathcal{L})}(U(\mathcal{L}))= \dim (\mathcal{L}_{+})$. We also prove that $U(\mathcal{L})$ is Auslander-Gorenstein and Cohen-Macaulay and thus that it has a QF classical quotient ring.
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