THE BODY IN THE POEM, AND THE POEM AND ITS BODY IN THE LITERATURE OF FEMALE AUTHORSHIP. AN EXAMPLE IN CECILIA MEIRELES

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2019-01-01

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Univ Federal Paraiba

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The poetry of Cecilia Meireles was considered by traditional critics a poetry without body, ethereal and alienated from social and political relations, that is, without the presence of the self, being alien to the present. However, the analysis of some works and poems by Meireles, in search of both her authorial body and the feminine body, reveals a poetry woven with gestures and sounds transfigured in nature. At the same time, the so-called Carioca poet's ethereal characteristic hides a fluid body, which sometimes needs to be denied to be make present and existing, while its poetic texture will be a form of resistance to the patriarchy that monopolized the written and spoken word, leaving to the woman the silence as a dwelling. In this article, the texture of the body in the fabric of the text will be shown in the poetry of Cecilia Meireles as a form of resistance and significant existence of what it is to be a woman and a poet.

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Revista Artemis. Joao Pessoa: Univ Federal Paraiba, v. 27, n. 1, p. 406-422, 2019.

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