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  • The Global ETD Search service is a free service for researchers to find electronic theses and dissertations. This service is provided by the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations.
    Our metadata is collected from universities around the world. If you manage a university/consortium/country archive and want to be added, details can be found on the NDLTD website.
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Uma hist?ria que narro; uma experi?ncia que n?o conhe?o : a representa??o de personagens trans* na literatura brasileira contempor?nea

Rocha, Virg?nea Novack Santos da 25 January 2018 (has links)
Submitted by PPG Letras (letraspg@pucrs.br) on 2018-10-05T18:36:50Z No. of bitstreams: 1 Disserta??o Virg?nea Novack Santos Da Rocha.pdf: 1003268 bytes, checksum: 7e32abb92d4b5d25d94162e18905f488 (MD5) / Approved for entry into archive by Sheila Dias (sheila.dias@pucrs.br) on 2018-10-08T13:11:51Z (GMT) No. of bitstreams: 1 Disserta??o Virg?nea Novack Santos Da Rocha.pdf: 1003268 bytes, checksum: 7e32abb92d4b5d25d94162e18905f488 (MD5) / Made available in DSpace on 2018-10-08T13:23:49Z (GMT). No. of bitstreams: 1 Disserta??o Virg?nea Novack Santos Da Rocha.pdf: 1003268 bytes, checksum: 7e32abb92d4b5d25d94162e18905f488 (MD5) Previous issue date: 2018-01-25 / Coordena??o de Aperfei?oamento de Pessoal de N?vel Superior - CAPES / Based on the contemporary reflections on gender, especially on transsexuality, the purpose of this reflection is to try to establish some relations between these themes and contemporary Brazilian literature. For this, it is performed a critical and a comparative analysis of the narratives. Do fundo do po?o se v? a lua, by Joca Reiners Terron (2010); S?rgio Y vai ? Am?rica, by Alexandre Vidal Porto (2014), and Carlos Henrique Schroeder's As fantasias eletivas (2016), since they all feature a trans * character (respectively Cleo, Sandra and Copi). Thus, it is observed that all narratives presents the same logic of life organization, that is, a cycle of life directly related to the gender identity of the characters. Namely: a family structure that silences and/or excludes the child, a need for geographical displacement and premature death. In this sense, in order to engage in such reflection, we start with Butler's (2016) concept of performativity and Preciado?s (2014) concept of plasticity of the genre, in order to understand the mechanisms of discursive reiteration of the genre as well as the possibility of counterproduction by half of the break with the limits on the "truth" of bodies. In addition, important contributions are also those of Jesus (2013 and 2014a) and Vergueiro (2016), situating the gender issues in the context of transfeminism, the researchers theorize about the power structure that subjects the trans* identity in our society: the cisnormativity. Thus, it was possible to conclude that in the three narratives there are allusions to the identities of the characters as falsehood, artificiality and copy. Cleo is a trans* woman who tries to build herself up as a usurpation of female stereotypical identities by the cinema; Sandra is a self-conscious woman besides having an excellent financial condition, but ends up having the same fate as the other characters, which, however, is treated under the sign of chance. Finally, Copi is a great representative of the reality of many Brazilian transvestites, since she is relegated to abandonment and solitude. However, their identities are also tied to acting, lies and falsehood. / A partir das reflex?es contempor?neas sobre g?nero, em especial, sobre a transexualidade, o objetivo dessa reflex?o foi o de tentar estabelecer algumas rela??es entre estas tem?ticas e a literatura brasileira contempor?nea. Para isso, efetuou-se uma an?lise cr?tica e comparatista das narrativas Do fundo do po?o se v? a lua, Joca Reiners Terron (2010); S?rgio Y vai ? Am?rica, Alexandre Vidal Porto (2014) e As fantasias eletivas, de Carlos Henrique Schroeder (2016), uma vez que todas elas apresenta uma personagem trans* (respectivamente Cleo, Sandra e Copi). Assim, observou-se que todas as narrativas apresentam uma mesma l?gica de organiza??o da vida, isto ?, um ciclo da vida diretamente relacionados a identidade de g?nero das personagens. A saber: uma estrutura familiar que silencia e/ou exclui a crian?a, uma necessidade de deslocamento geogr?fico e a morte prematura. Nesse sentido, para empenhar tal reflex?o, partimos dos conceitos de performatividade de Butler (2016) e plasticidade do g?nero Preciado (2014) para compreender os mecanismos de reitera??o discursivas do g?nero bem como a possibilidade de contraproduzi-los por meio do rompimento com os limites sobre a ?verdade? dos corpos. Al?m disso, importantes contribui??es foram tamb?m as de Jesus (2013 e 2014a) e Vergueirro (2016), ao situar as quest?es de g?nero no ?mbito do transfemino, as pesquisadoras teorizam sobre a estrutura de poder que sujeita as identidade trans* em nossa sociedade: a cisnormatividade. Dessa forma, foi poss?vel concluir nas tr?s narrativas existem alus?es as identidades das personagens enquanto falsidade, artificialidade e c?pia. Cleo ? uma mulher trans* que busca construir enquanto usurpa??o de identidades femininas estereotipas pelo cinema; Sandra ? uma mulher trans* consciente de si al?m de ter uma excelente condi??o financeira, mas que acaba tendo o mesmo destino das outras personagens, o que, por?m, ? tratado sob o signo do casualidade. Por fim, Copi ? uma grande representante da realidade de muitas travestis brasileiras, uma vez que ? relegada ao abandono e a solid?o. No entanto, sua identidade tamb?m ? atrelada a atua??o, mentira e falsidade

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