Écfrase arquitetônica: um modelo interpretativo

Miriam de Paiva Vieira

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Resumo: A écfrase é um dos possíveis procedimentos midiáticos que trata do cruzar de fronteiras entre a literatura e a arquitetura. O objetivo deste ensaio é apresentar um modelo interpretativo para a tipologia écfrase arquitetônica. Tal modelo será ilustrado pelas biografias romanceadas inspiradas na vida e obra da poeta Elizabeth Bishop e da arquiteta autodidata Lota Macedo Soares, intituladas Flores raras e banalíssimas: a história de Lota de Macedo Soares e Elizabeth Bishop (1995), de Carmen Oliveira, e A arte de perder (2011), de Michael Sledge.

Palavras-chave: écfrase arquitetônica; literatura; arquitetura; Carmen Oliveira; Michael Sledge; Elizabeth Bishop; Lota Macedo Soares.

Abstract: Architectural ekphrasis is one of the possible medial procedures in the crossing of borders from architecture to literature. The aim of this essay is to present an interpretative model developed to the study of architectural ekphrasis. The proposed model will be illustrated by the Künstlerromane Flores raras e banalíssimas: a história de Lota de Macedo Soares e Elizabeth Bishop (1995), by Brazilian Carmen Oliveira, and The More I Owe You (2010), by American Michael Sledge.

Keywords: architectural ekphrasis; literature; architecture; Carmen Oliveira; Michael Sledge; Elizabeth Bishop; Lota Macedo Soares.


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architectural ekphrasis; literature; architecture; Carmen Oliveira; Michael Sledge; Elizabeth Bishop; Lota Macedo Soares.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17851/2317-2096.27.2.241-260

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