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Milton, Minas & Geraes: uma cultura de resistência
Alberto Carlos de Souza
OPSIS : Revista do Departamento de História e Ciências Sociais , 2010,
Abstract: A study that discusses the places of memory in the works phonograph “Minas” and “Geraes”, Milton Nascimento, launched in 1975 and 1976, respectively, seen by critics of the season as the most representative of the “movement” Clube da Esquina. Such works have engendered an environment in which Brazil was experiencing a time of severe political repression, a situation in which Milton and his partners realize the opportunity in “Minas” sing in, in their roots in the countryside, and “Geraes”, sing out, by incorporating elements of its musicality of Latin America. “Minas” and “Geraes” has the meaning of being “places without gaps” - where there is no “desbunde”, on the contrary, an exposition of resistance within the body, passion, feelings, faith and memory - are unable be touched by a system whose premise was the total lack of sensitivity to the human and universal.
Milton Nascimento: una calle llamada mundo
Alberto Carlos De Souza
Barbarói , 2011,
Abstract: El punto de partida de este estudio consistirá en la exploración de la musicalidad de Milton Nascimento y de sus compa eros del “movimiento” “Clube da Esquina”, destacándose la relevancia del conjunto de esa obra para la cultura brasilera. El referido “movimiento” floreció en Minas Gerais en el auge de uno de los períodos más críticos de la historia contemporánea brasilera: la dictadura militar. En tanto, el “Clube da Esquina” – dado a la diversidad de los temas tratados en sus letras y su singularidad poética -, luego se difundió por todo el espacio cultural brasilero. Hablar del “Clube da Esquina” no es tarea fácil porque hay una dolorosa ausencia o pálida presencia de este movimiento en estudios que se ocupan de nuestra música popular. El “Clube da Esquina” fue un círculo de amigos que se reunieron en un peque o pub en la esquina de la Calle Divinópolis y Calle Paraisópolis, en un bucólico barrio de Belo Horizonte (Minas Gerais - Brasil), llamado Santa Teresa. Era parte de esa hermandad, interesada en música, cine y poesía, Milton Nascimento, Wagner Tiso, Fernando Brant, Toninho Horta, Beto Guedes, Moura Tavinho, los hermanos L y Marcio Borges, Robertinho Silva, Nivaldo Ornelas, Ronaldo Bastos, Murilo Antunes Nelson Angelo y Novelli, entre otros. En estas reuniones, regadas con mucha cerveza, Milton Nascimento y sus compa eros. Milton fue y sigue siendo la mayor referencia del movimiento “Clube da Esquina”. Abstract The starting point of this study will explore the music of Milton Nascimento and his fellow "movement" "Clube da Esquina", highlighting the relevance of all this work to the Brazilian culture. The aforementioned "movement" flourished in Minas Gerais at the height of one of the most critical periods in Brazilian contemporary history: the military dictatorship. Meanwhile, the "Clube da Esquina" - given the diversity of topics in his lyrics and his unique poetic - and then spread throughout the Brazilian cultural space. Speaking of "Clube da Esquina" is not an easy task because there is a painful absence or presence of this movement pale in studies dealing with popular music. The "Clube da Esquina" was a circle of friends who met in a small pub on the corner of Calle y Calle Divinópolis Paraisópolis, in a bucolic suburb of Belo Horizonte (Minas Gerais - Brazil), called Santa Teresa. It was part of that fellowship, interested in music, film and poetry, Milton Nascimento, Wagner Tiso, Fernando Brant, Toninho Horta, Beto Guedes, Moura Tavinho, brothers and Marcio Borges L , Robertinho Silva, Nivaldo Ornelas, Ronaldo Bastos, Murilo Antunes Nels
A Conversation with Milton Hatoum
Marília Librandi-Rocha
Ellipsis , 2011,
Abstract: Acclaimed author Milton Hatoum is originally from a part of the world that has become the center of debates concerning our planetary survival: the Amazon. In this interview—the first extensive interview published in English—he describes how he transforms his experiences of living, traveling, and reading into the written word, and presents a beautiful and specific definition of the reader as a “stationary traveler.” Based on questions sent in by e-mail by scholars from all over Brazil and other parts of the world, Hatoum speaks about several of his novels and describes the differences between documentary-based and experimental literary production. He also talks about some of his favorite authors in contemporary fiction, the theme of Latin American patriarchalism as portrayed through some of his characters, and the presence and importance of artists in his books. He recommends some books from the Amazon, and points out the “numbered days” of the Amazon rainforest and the terrible social neglect in the city of Manaus.The interview was organized by Marília Librandi-Rocha (Stanford University) and Lucia Ricotta (Universidade Estadual do Sudoeste da Bahia), and questions were posed by Stefania Chiarelli (Universidade Federal Fluminense), Luiz Costa Lima (PUC-Rio), John Gledson (University of Liverpool), Marília Librandi-Rocha (Stanford University), Mirella Marcia Longo (Universidade Federal da Bahia), and Susana Scramin (Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina).
The Tuscan Artist - Images of Galileo in Milton’s works
Toscano Fabio
JCOM : Journal of Science Communication , 2004,
Abstract: In The Areopagitica, his most important work of prose, John Milton mentions Galileo as the illustrious martyr who fought for the freedom of thought. The name of the great scientist is repeated several times in the English poet’s epic masterpiece: Paradise Lost. In three different passages of the poem, Milton in fact celebrates the “Tuscan Artist” and his crucial achievements in astronomy. Nevertheless, in a subsequent passage, the poet addresses the Copernican issue without openly defending the heliocentric theory confirmed by Galileo’s discoveries. In fact, he neither embraces the Copernican system nor the Ptolemaic one, but instead compares them, following a dialectic method where one cannot fail to notice an echo of Galileo’s Dialogue Concerning the two Chief World Systems. Milton’s literary work presents images of astronomy at that time, thus offering a valuable historical example of scientific communication through art.
Nomes secretos e riqueza visível: nomina o no noroeste amaz nico
Hugh-Jones Stephen
Mana , 2002,
Abstract: A importancia dos sistemas de nomina o para a compreens o das sociedades e culturas ameríndias é hoje amplamente reconhecida, mas as informa es sobre esse tópico concernentes aos povos Tukano do Noroeste Amaz nico permanecem esparsas e dispersas. Tomando os Barasana e seus vizinhos como referência, este artigo apresenta alguns dados básicos quanto à onomástica tukano e discute similaridades entre as patrilinhagens tukano e os grupos de perfil "matrilinear" entre os Jê e os Bororo. Em ambos os casos, nomes e ornamentos est o ligados enquanto aspectos da riqueza e do espírito dos grupos. Por meio de um exame da transmiss o onomástica como um dos componentes dos rituais que envolvem o nascimento, o artigo explora também a rela o entre nomes, sangue, ossos e sopro como aspectos da pessoa. Finalmente, situa a onomástica tukano em um contexto comparativo mais amplo, argumentando que sua combina o de exonímia e endonímia, assim como a ausência de transmiss o intervivos, a distingue das formas mais "puras" de endonímia encontradas entre os Bororo e os Kayapó.
Diário Trabalhista e democracia racial negra dos anos 1940
Guimar?es, Antonio Sérgio Alfredo;Macedo, Márcio;
Dados , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0011-52582008000100005
Abstract: in order to refute the interpretation that racial democracy in brazil has simply been an illusion or ruse of white supremacy, the authors analyze the participation of black leaders in the elaboration of the brazilian national imaginary in the 1940s. they argue that during that period, racial democracy was a powerful instrument for mobilizing blacks as well, whether as nationalists or anti-racists. the authors explore one of the most important sources through which this ideology was forged by a key figure of the black intelligentsia, abdias do nascimento, with his column in the diário trabalhista [laborite daily] entitled "problems and aspirations of black brazilians". in this column, nascimento published dozens of interviews with black leaders and common people that demonstrate the foundations, principles, and interests involved in the construction of a racial democracy.
Horizontes de diálogo em Educa??o Ambiental: contribui??es de Milton Santos, Jean-Jacques Rousseau e Paulo Freire
Pitano, Sandro de Castro;Noal, Rosa Elena;
Educa??o em Revista , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-46982009000300014
Abstract: through interdisciplinary dialogue with theoretical references of geography, education and philosophy, we aim at contributing to debates about "environmental education", proposing new perspectives of analysis supported by the political thoughts and teachings of milton santos, jean-jacques rousseau and paulo freire. we believe that, if the determinant factor for the extinction of the vital elements of the geographic means and the sustainable conditions of life on planet earth is the result of relations established between human beings, in culturally heterogeneous social systems, a change of point of view is necessary in the face of environmental problems in the field of education. this way, the focus goes from the dynamic of human being x nature, or, still, society x nature, to society x geographic means, what suggests a "socioenvironmental" education.
Referencia??o metadiscursiva no gênero carta pessoal no interior do romance: um estudo de caso
Rezende, Renato Cabral;
Linguagem em (Dis)curso , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S1518-76322012000300008
Abstract: this work aims at analyzing metadiscursive reference as an inherent linguistic phenomenon in the personal letter when this genre is represented within another discourse genre, the novel. one of the main features of the personal letter is that it is not achieved in one textual artifact. on the contrary, this genre allows itself a long term duration by means of more than one textual artifact due to the exchange of letters between subjects. within the epistolary novel, it is letter exchange that acts upon the plot. this work aims at analyzing samples of metadiscursive reference employed by the narrator to keep her interlocutor (the narrator's own brother) abreast of the lebanese family that adopted them. one concludes that the personal letter as a discourse genre, when represented within a novel, "demands " metadiscursive reference so that both plot and an atmosphere of reminiscence in the novel may be created.
Amélia Luisa Damiani
Revista do Departamento de Geografia , 1997, DOI: 10.7154/rdg.v0i11.189
Satan et la révolution dans Paradise Lost de Milton traduit par Chateaubriand : Commentaire traductologique du discours de Satan (chant I : vers 622-663)
Aurélie Renault
Intercambio , 2010,
Abstract: When Chateaubriand translated Paradise Lost by Milton, he revolutionized the universe of translation by offering a perfect imitation of Milton‘s work. Indeed, he used to call this device “traduire à la vitre”, which means providing a transparent translation. This way, he remained faithful to the strangeness of the English language and refused any adaptation. However, the translation of a work which to some values related to the English revolution by an author who left for London during the French revolution raises several questions: could the “Enchanteur” get rid of his stylistic prints? Didn’t he leave his imprint on Milton’s style? Was the positive side of Satan, assimilated to Freedom, completely depicted in the translation of a counter-revolutionary author? The analysis of Chateaubriand’s translation of Satan’s speech to his troops when the paradise is lost gives an answer to all these questions.
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