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A TIPOLOGIA DO VIAJANTE OSWALD DE ANDRADE EM 1912

Benilton CRUZ
Revista de Letras
Vol. 52, No. 2 (Julho/Dezembro 2012), pp. 47-57
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/24434340
Page Count: 11
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Abstract

O texto a seguir pretende construit uma tipologia do viajante Oswald de Andrade na sua primeira viagem à Europa, em 1912. Verificaremos, no então jornalista, o perfil de alguém compreendendo as transformações econômicas e estéticas percebidas em trânsito entre o Novo e o Velho Mundo. Queremos tirar proveito de uma experiência significativa do jovem Oswald e o que isso acarretou, mais tarde, em sua poesia e nos romances, o Serafim Ponte Grande e o Memórias Sentimentais de João Miramar. O que ficou daquela viagem feita a bordo do navio "Martha Washington"? Questionaremos, ao final, as viagens transoceânicas como importante contribuição ao diálogo entre culturas de países distantes, como o Brasil, a França e a Alemanha – diálogo entre as literaturas, através de viagens mais atraentes, confortáveis e seguras. Para os estudos literários e culturais, estas viagens servirão como ponto de discussão acerca do Modernismo como uma real travessia e busca pelo novo. The following text is intended to construct a typology of the traveler Oswald de Andrade in his first trip to Europe in 1912. We will verify the profile of someone understanding the perceived aesthetic and economic transformations in transit between Brazil and the Old World. We want to take advantage of a significant experience of young Oswald and what that entailed, later, in his poetry and novels, Serafim Ponte Grande and Memórias Sentimentais de João Miramar. What came out of the trip aboard the ship "Martha Washington"? Ultimately we will emphasize the importance of the transoceanic voyages as an important contribution to the dialogue between cultures in distant countries, such as Brazil, France and Germany – a dialogue between their literatures, through more attractive, comfortable and safer journeys. For literary and cultural studies, these journeys will serve as a point of discussion on Modernism as a real crossing and search for the new.

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