Representations of Women in Nineteenth-Century Brazilian Literature

João Roberto Gomes de Faria

Resumo


This essay discusses the representation of women in nineteenth-century
Brazilian literature. Portraits of rich women, wives, lovers, widows and “old
maids” can be seen in the literature produced in that period, but every one of them is drawn by men.


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Representation; Women; Brazilian Literature; Nineteenth-Century;

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Alencar, José de. Obra completa, Rio de Janeiro, Aguilar, 1959, vol.2.

____. Obra completa, Rio de Janeiro, Aguilar, 1960, vol.4, p. 374.

Azevedo, Aluísio. O homem, São Paulo, Martins, 1970, p. 36.

Pujol, Alfredo. Machado de Assis, São Paulo, Tip. Levi, 1917, p. 240.

Ribeiro, Júlio. A carne, 11 ed., Rio de Janeiro, Ediouro, 1996, p. 30.

The New Oxford Annotated Bible, New Revised Standard Version, Eph.5, pp. 22-24.




DOI: https://doi.org/10.37389/abei.v8i0.3723

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