Sueli Silva Gorricho
Bio: Sueli Silva Gorricho is an academic researcher. The author has contributed to research in topic(s): Brazilian literature. The author has co-authored 2 publication(s).
Topics: Brazilian literature
TL;DR: This research tries to show the role of feminism inside the society at that time, in which woman had a little importance, but her strength and her decision guided her dreams and abnegations.
Abstract: SUMMARY: This work proposes a reflection about three female characters: Iracema, Lucia and Aurelia, from Jose de Alencars literary compositions Iracema (1865), Luciola (1862) and, Senhora (1875), respectively, from Literary Period of Brazilian Romanticism. This research tries to show the role of feminism inside the society at that time, in which woman had a little importance, but her strength and her decision guided her dreams and abnegations. To comprehend this context, we bring in Brazilian Literature, specifically in Literature Period of Romanticism, some readings of recognized authors that can help us to understand the feminine universe. We apply an explicit and objective questionnaire with dissertative questions to some students from Letras Course from FFCL-Ituverava and readers from literary compositions that are been studied.
Abstract: Este texto focaliza a literatura como pratica discursiva, enquanto abordagem metodologica que esta inscrita numa interpretacao historico-cultural e psicologica dos processos humanos