Collections in Atonement, Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit, Bring up the bodies, and Cloud Atlas: A Prelude

  • Luiz Fernando Ferreira Sá Professor Associado FALE/UFMGPesquisador 2 CNPq

Resumo

Lerei o fascínio por colecionadores e coleções em Atonement de Ian McEwan (2001), Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit de Jeanette Winterson (1985), Bring up the Bodies de Hilary Mantel (2012) e Cloud Atlas de David Mitchell (2004) em relação a pelo menos duas questões teóricas. As coisas e objetos coletados podem ajudar na imaginação de identidades e papéis sociais mais satisfatórios? A coleta de vestígios materiais pode levar a uma descrição precisa ou verdadeira do passado-presente-futuro na escrita de uma vida? Esses romances representam um dos exemplos mais populares e aclamados pela crítica do interesse generalizado pela coleção aparente na ficção britânica contemporânea.

Biografia do Autor

Luiz Fernando Ferreira Sá, Professor Associado FALE/UFMGPesquisador 2 CNPq

Professor Associado FALE/UFMG

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Publicado
18-12-2020
Como Citar
Sá, L. F. F. (2020). Collections in Atonement, Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit, Bring up the bodies, and Cloud Atlas: A Prelude. Scripta, 24(52), 502-527. https://doi.org/10.5752/P.2358-3428.2020v24n52p502-527