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Tempo reencontrado : ensaios sobre arte e literatura

Author: Alexandre Eulálio; Carlos Augusto Calil
Publisher: São Paulo : Instituto Moreira Salles : Editora 34, 2012.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Portuguese : 1a edView all editions and formats
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Brings together ten essays by Alexandre Eulálio (1932-1988), this unusual performer who, in the words of Antonio Cándido, was able to combine the knowledge stricter History and Aesthetics of the free creative imagination, always in search of "keys to understanding of time." Extremely sensitive to the literary construction, but also the values of the tactile and visual arts, the critic has always remained open to  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Alexandre Eulálio; Carlos Augusto Calil
ISBN: 9788573264937 8573264934
OCLC Number: 809410978
Description: 267 pages, [6] pages of plates : illustrations (some color) ; 23 cm
Other Titles: Ensaios sobre arte e literatura
Responsibility: Alexandre Eulálio ; organização e apresentação, Carlos Augusto Calil.
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Brings together ten essays by Alexandre Eulálio (1932-1988), this unusual performer who, in the words of Antonio Cándido, was able to combine the knowledge stricter History and Aesthetics of the free creative imagination, always in search of "keys to understanding of time." Extremely sensitive to the literary construction, but also the values of the tactile and visual arts, the critic has always remained open to multidisciplinary and stimulus - as evidenced by the ten texts gathered relating to the intersection between literature and the other arts. Examples of continuous intersection between art, history, literature and chronic mundane are the three essays devoted to the reading of Esau and Jacob (1904), Machado de Assis - one of the highlights of the book - in parallel with the analysis of the monumental canvas Aurelio de Figueiredo, The Last dance of the Monarchy, 1905. The interpretive acuity for the graphic art is present even in two magisterial texts, summaries of precious life and work of painter and illustrator Henrique Alvim Correa (1876-1910) and the novelist, painter and engraver Cornélio Penna (1896-1958).

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