Donne sulla scena eschilea: per una caratterizzazione linguistica

Jordi Redondo

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Este trabalho examina os dispositivos linguísticos por meio dos quais Ésquilo conseguiu apresentar as personagens femininas da Oresteia. A análise é feita após um levantamento das seções recitativas de três tragédias; características fonéticas, morfológicas e sintáticas foram estudadas e comparadas com a linguagem dos personagens masculinos. Os resultados desta pesquisa se ajustam a outras tentativas precedentes de mostrar como a sociolinguística pode explicar o retrato formal dos personagens trágicos e cômicos.

 

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Ésquilo; Oresteia; personagens; sociolinguística; gênero

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.25187/codex.v9i1.40560

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