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09435 - Theory of Literature

According to Bezerra , it was removed from the third volume of the Collected Works because the Russian editors deemed it a more general text on the theory of literature that aimed to oppose Russian formalism. Grillo informs that it was published in the first volume of the Collected Works along with the texts Art and Answerability, 2 Toward a Philosophy of the Act , 3 and Author and Hero in Aesthetic Activity. However, the title of the second essay, which is also the subtitle of the book, may seem unfamiliar to the reader: The Novel as a Literary Genre. This unfamiliarity, nonetheless, is easily dissipated by the understanding of its meaning, leaving readers and scholars who study the novel from a Bakhtinian perspective to adapt to new terms and titles as they know these new terms and titles are a result of studies and research done by scholars who are specialists in the works of the Circle. For Queijo , p. In Teoria do romance I [ Theory of the Novel I ], Bezerra writes the foreword and provides readers with a glossary of some key concepts.


Mikhail Bakhtin

His writings, on a variety of subjects, inspired scholars working in a number of different traditions Marxism, semiotics, structuralism, religious criticism and in disciplines as diverse as literary criticism, history, philosophy, sociology, anthropology and psychology. Although Bakhtin was active in the debates on aesthetics and literature that took place in the Soviet Union in the s, his distinctive position did not become well known until he was rediscovered by Russian scholars in the s. The Bakhtin Circle, centered on the work of Bakhtin, addressed philosophically the social and cultural issues posed by the Russian Revolution and its degeneration into the Stalin dictatorship. Their work focused on the centrality of questions of significance in social life in general and artistic creation in particular, examining the way in which language registered the conflicts between social groups. The key views of the circle are that linguistic production is essentially dialogic , formed in the process of social interaction, and that this leads to the interaction of different social values being registered in terms of reaccentuation of the speech of others. While the ruling stratum tries to posit a single discourse as exemplary, the subordinate classes are inclined to subvert this monologic closure. In the sphere of literature, poetry and epics represent the centripetal forces within the cultural arena whereas the novel is the structurally elaborated expression of popular ideologiekritik , the radical criticism of society.



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