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Marginal Literatures

Code 12331
Year 1
Semester S2
ECTS Credits 6
Workload OT(15H)/TP(45H)
Scientific area Literaturas
Entry requirements 1. Reflect on the concept of Literature, literary institution, literary canon and margin texts. 2. Distinguish literary text from other potential receiving texts reader. 3. Identify marginal texts. 4. Recognize different forms of culture in the above texts. 5. Distinguish and establish relationships between oral tradition texts and literature for children and young. 6. Recognize the potential of teaching and ethics of marginal literature or texts on the path of literary institutional recognition.; 7. Develop a work on the subject of oral and written margined literature or texts on the path of literary institutional recognition.
Mode of delivery - Lessons of practical-theoretical nature. - Sessions of tutorial guidance.
Work placements It doesn't apply.
Learning outcomes 1. Reflect on the concept of Literature, literary institution, literary canon and margin texts.
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. Distinguish and establish relationships between oral tradition texts and literature for children and young.
6. Recognize the potential of teaching and ethics of marginal literature or texts on the path of literary institutional recognition.;
7. Develop a work on the subject of oral and written margined literature or texts on the path of literary institutional recognition.
Syllabus 1. Literary canon and peripheries: texts and intertexts.
2. Forms of oral literature. 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. Juvenil novel.
4.2. Literary crime fiction.
4.3. Literary chronical.
4.4. Science fiction.
4.5. Erotic literature.

Main Bibliography Main bibliography:
ANDRESEN, Sophia de Mello Breyner, A Fada Oriana, ilustrações de Armando Alves, Porto, Figueirinhas, s/d.
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.
BLOOM, Harold, O Cânone Ocidental, Lisboa, Temas e Debates, 2011.
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, Ed. Iluminuras, 4ª ed., 2002.
JOLLES, André, Formes Simples, Paris, Seuil, 1996.
PROPP, Vladimir, Morfologia do Conto, Lisboa, Vega, 3ª ed., 1992.
SARAIVA, Arnaldo, Literatura Marginal izada, Porto, ed. de autor, 1975.
ZUMTHOR, Paul, Introduction à la Poesie Orale, Paris, Seuil, 1995.

All the other references will be recommended during the semmester.
Language Portuguese. Tutorial support is available in English.
Last updated on: 2020-06-17

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