ENUNCIATIVE COMPLEXITY IN MEMORIAS DA EMILIA: REPRESENTATION FORMS OF THE DISCOURSE OF THE OTHER

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2020-01-01

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Santos, Aline Suelen
Chacon, Lourenco [UNESP]

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Univ Estadual Campinas, Inst Estudos Linguagem

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This paper analyzes a cutout of the enunciative complexity from the narrative Memorias da Emilia (1939 [1969]). This analysis describes in which of this complexity's domains the speaker-narrator's shifts are represented in the analyzed material. To do that, we used, as theoretical-methodological reference, the studies on shown heterogeneity from Authier-Revuz (1998, 2004), and on the indiciary method from Ginzburg (1991). The results have presented an enunciative complexity constitutive of the speech organization, under the form of a complex overlap of enunciations in which the speaker, attributed to the role of narrator, simulates dialogical relations built as enunciated by different interlocutors in these relations. This complexity signals enunciation domains which highlight an array of ways to insert the other in the discourse (thread), which do not enunciate in transparent speech, given the dialogism which constitutes such domains. Therefore, these different forms suggest that narration happens in an overlap of enunciative domains.

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Enunciative complexity, shown heterogeneity, Memorias da Emilia

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Cadernos De Estudos Linguisticos. Campinas: Univ Estadual Campinas, Inst Estudos Linguagem, v. 62, 11 p., 2020.

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