KLÉVISSON VIANA E A POESIA DE CORDEL DO SÉCULO XXI: MASS MEDIA E FOLKCOMUNICAÇÃO

Lívia Petry Jahn

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This essay carries out a reading, based on the principles of contemporaneity, of twenty-first century Cordel Literature (“String Literature”), taking as corpus the works of Klévisson Viana, who has been an exponent of Northeastern Cordel Literature in recent decades. To handle aspects such as folkcomunication and dialogue between canonical literature and popular literature, a theoretical basis supplied by the works of Antoine Compagnon (2010), José Marques de Melo (2008), Márcia Abreu (1999), and Magdalena Jorge Dine (1998) has been used. And to address issues such as performance and the connection between orality and writing, theories arising from the studies of Paul Zumthor (2007), Idelette Muzart Fonseca dos Santos (1995), Ana Maria Galvão (2001) and Luís da Câmara Cascudo (2005) have provided appropriate support. The work thus seeks to build a comprehensive interpretation of the themes, characters and expressions that Cordel (String Literature) language has maintained, but also the ones that it has renewed, in the sense that certain ideologies and traditional characters have remained in Northeastern identity by utilizing new languages and new poetics.


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Cordel (String) Literature – Folkcomunication –Performance.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22456/2236-6385.26074



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