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Temas: la pobreza, asesinato, prostitución, injusticias sociales de su època, alcoholismo entre otros. Pobres gentes (). El doble (). cover image of Pobres gentes · Pobres gentes. Fiódor Dostoyevski Author ( ). cover image of Pobreza, desarrollo y globalización en el sur del sur. Fiódor Dostoievski, quien nació en Moscú, Rusia, en donde vivió una titulada Pobre gente, obra en la que favorecía a dicha clase social.

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Profesor Rohracher. Profesor Salms. Diversas Universidades — They are elements that traverse the narrative of Dom Casmurro. Petersburg after nine years. From the narrative title, Dostoevsky transfers his authorial voice, which would name his own creation, to the voice of his main character, Velchaninov.

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Thus, we can conclude that in this polyphonic construction of the title The Eternal Husband, the author assumes the voice of a character to reveal the reifying look at the other, foreshadowing the tense relation that grows between these two consciousnesses throughout the novel.

In Dom Casmurro, the title puts in tension not only the voices of the author and a character, but configures an even more complex set of dialogical relations.

When the secondary author, Bento Santiago, gives the title of his book the nickname that he received from a poet, as he reports in Chapter One, The Title, he appropriates the voice of this character, taking for himself the vision of the other about him. Attempting to establish a dialogue between The Eternal Husband and Dom Casmurro, the first point of tension lies between the 21 For reference, see footnote The Eternal Husband is narrated in third person by a narrator who stands next to Velchaninov, taking a point of view that is very close to the consciousness of this character.

Even considering the surplus of vision of this narrator, which includes the external and internal conformation of the character, and the unique positioning of each conscience in the text, we can say that, in relation to the other characters, the narrator practically sees what Velchaninov sees. His point of view is recognized by the narrator. Dom Casmurro is narrated in first person by a narrator who appears not only as the protagonist of the story lived and narrated by him, but also as the author of the book itself.

Although different, both narrative strategies contribute to the construction of the doubt and to perpetuate it throughout the course of the two novels.

Only when the reader enters into dialogue with the novel, in an active, questioning and responsive way, the doubt in Dom Casmurro reaches a whole new level: the object of doubt changes from Capitu to Bento Santiago. Doubting Casmurro, in terms of what is seen through his eyes and narrated by his voice, the reader is able to see and dialogue with the other characters. That voice appears in the first chapter of the book, in the passage in which the narrator describes the eyes of the character.

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He accepts it as truth, assuming that he really loved Capitu and that Capitu also loved him. Thus, he has a manipulative power over him. Capitu, in spite of those eyes that the devil gave her Did you ever notice the eyes of hers? Well, in spite of them she could pass, if it were not for her conceit and her smooth talk Chapter 25, p.

Capitu let me look at her, and examine them.


She only asked what it was, and if I had never seen them before. I found nothing extraordinary in them; their colour and gentleness were my old friends. The length of my contemplation, I think, gave Capitu another idea of my intent: she imagined that it was a pretext to look closer, with my own long, unflickering eyes enmeshed in hers.

And it is to this that I attribute the fact that they began to grow larger, larger and shadowy, and with an expression that I can find no image — without breaking the dignity of my style — to convey what they were and what they did to me. Eyes like the tide? Yes, like the tide.

They had some mysterious and force-giving fluid that drew everything up into them, like a wave that moves back from the shore when the undertow is heavy. In order not to be swept under, I grasped at other neighbouring parts, her ears, her arms, at her hair that was spread over her shoulders; but as soon as I sought the pupils of her eyes again, the wave that came from them kept growing, cavernous, 33 For reference, see footnote Seeking evidence through direct observation, he assumed the magical dangers to which he would be exposed.

According to Bakhtin , p.

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Not seen as inconclusive and free subjects, but as defined and 35 For reference, see footnote Translated by Vern W.According to Bakhtin , p. Gustavo Adolfo Murillo Baeza.

Dostokevski the following years, Dostoyevsky worked as a journalist, publishing and editing several magazines of his own and later A Writers Diary and he began to travel around western Europe and developed a gambling addiction, which led to dostoiegski hardship.

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