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Oral and Marginal Literatures

Code 10976
Year 3
Semester S1
ECTS Credits 6
Workload OT(15H)/TP(45H)
Scientific area Literaturas
Entry requirements Do not exist.
Mode of delivery Theoric-practical classes.
Work placements It does not apply.
Learning outcomes 1. Reflect on the concept of Culture.
2. Distinguish literary text from other potential receiving texts reader
3. Identify margin texts and peripheries
4. Recognize different forms of culture in the above texts
5. Establish relationships between oral tradition texts and literature for children and young
Syllabus 1. Literary canon and peripheries: texts and intertexts
2. Some milestones in the appreciation of traditional oral literature.
3. Simple and complex forms of oral literature: typological distinction, function and most common structures
4. Marginal literature genres with written record, distinction and typological characterization. Highlighting some genres the way the canon
4.1. The folk tale and children's short story
4.2. Literary crime fiction
4.3. Science fiction
5. Paracosmos
Main Bibliography ARAÚJO, Manuel António Teixeira, A Emancipação da Literatura Infantil, Porto, Campo das Letras, 2008.
BETTELHEIM, Bruno, Psicanálise dos Contos de Fadas, Venda Nova, Bertrand, 9ª ed., 2002.
COTARDIÈRE, Philippe de la et alii, Júlio Verne. Da Ciência ao Imaginário, Lisboa, Círculo de Leitores, 2005.
ESCARPIT, Robert, Sociologia da Literatura, Lisboa, Arcádia, 1969.
GARRETT, Almeida, Romanceiro, org. de Tarracha Ferreira, Lisboa, Ulisseia, 1997.
GRIMM, Irmãos (org. de), Contos de Fadas, São Paulo, Iluminuras, 4ª ed., 2002.
JOLLES, André, Formes Simples, Paris, Seuil, 1996.
PROPP, Vladimir, Morfologia do Conto, Lisboa, Vega, 3ª ed., 1992.
REUTER, Yves, Le Roman Policier, Paris, Armand Colin, 2007.
SARAIVA, Arnaldo, Literatura Marginal izada, Porto, ed. de autor, 1975.
STOCKWELL, Peter, The Poetics of Science Fiction, Harlow, Pearson Education, 2000.
ZUMTHOR, Paul, Introduction à la Poesie Orale, Paris, Seuil, 1995.

Further reading will be recommended along the semester.
Teaching Methodologies and Assessment Criteria The methodology involves collection by students of cultural artefacts, which will be the subject of discussion and analysis. A required reading of four works, at least, will be discussed at a later selection.
A final work, encompassing both the collection of texts, and required reading, oral presentation, will be the core ofsummative assessment.
Language Portuguese. Tutorial support is available in English.
Last updated on: 2020-01-17

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