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Writing Workshop

Code 12333
Year 1
Semester S2
ECTS Credits 6
Workload OT(15H)/TP(45H)
Scientific area Literaturas
Entry requirements Do not exist.
Mode of delivery Lessons of practical-theoretical nature.
Work placements not applicable
Learning outcomes — Question the intuitive and rational components of the art of writing;
— Identify and produce texts taking into account the three literary modes;
— Create appropriate texts to the communication;
— Understand semiotic relations of literature;
— Know the ideological dimension of the text.
— Try the pleasure of writing as a form of creative expression;
— Write with accuracy and creativity;
— Develop research skills and scientific writing.
Syllabus 1. Definition and limits of the literary text.
2. The literary modes.
3. Adequacy of the text to the communicative situation.
4. Relationship of writing with the arts.
5. Relationship between writing and music. The Symbolist primacy of music in writing.
6. The ideological dimension in creative writing.
7. The spiritual dimension in writing: an authorial choice.
8. Technics of the scientific writing.
Main Bibliography ANDRESEN, Sophia de Mello Breyner, “Arte poética IV”, in Dual, Edição definitiva, Lisboa, Caminho, p. 76-79.
ARISTÓTELES, Poética, ed. de Eudoro de Sousa,Lisboa, IN-CM, 1998.
BRETON, André, Manifestos do Surrealismo, pref. de Jorge de Sena, Lisboa, Moraes Editores, 3ª ed., 1979.
HORÁCIO, Arte Poética, ed. de R. M. Rosado Fernandes, Lisboa, Inquérito, 1992.
LAUSBERG, Heinrich, Elementos de Retórica Literária, Lisboa, Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, 1996.
PLATÃO, A República, ed. de M. H. Rocha Pereira, Lisboa, Fund. Calouste Gulbenkian, 8ª ed., 1996.
POE, Edgar Allan, «A Filosofia da Composição», in O Corvo e Outros Poemas (1846), trad. de Fernando Pessoa, Lisboa, Ulmeiro, 1999, p. 37-57.
SARTRE, Jean-Paul, Qu’est-ce que la Littérature?, Paris, Gallimard, 1985.
SILVA, Vítor Manuel de Aguiar e, Teoria da Literatura, Coimbra, Almedina, 8ª ed., 4ª reimp., 1991.
VIEIRA, Cristina da Costa, A Construção da Personagem Romanesca. Processos Definidores, Lisboa, Colibri, 2008.
Teaching Methodologies and Assessment Criteria The methodologies used in the classroom include exposure classes and content application, using New Technologies, whenever deemed pertinent, through discussion and reflection on texts and individual works.
Language Portuguese. Tutorial support is available in English.
Last updated on: 2021-12-24

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