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The deadly perception of the witness : focalization in Markus Zusak's The book thief

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The deadly perception of the witness : focalization in Markus Zusak's The book thief

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Título The deadly perception of the witness : focalization in Markus Zusak's The book thief
Autor Oliveira, Débora Almeida de
Maggio, Sandra Sirangelo
Abstract For a better understanding of a given narrative it is essential to be aware of the one who perceives (the focalizer). he focalizer’s beliefs and comprehension determine which characters and circumstances are to be ignored or closely examined through the use of sight, hearing, feeling, taste or smell. herefore, the issue concerning focalization is relevant to be taken into consideration when a literary work is analyzed. In the present article the work by the Australian author Markus Zuzak, he Book hief, is discussed under the assumptions from the narratological ield, especially guided by Gérard Genette, Mieke Bal, and Rimmon-Kenan. It is argued that focalization in he Book hief is one of the main literary techniques which help creating the atmosphere and meaning of the text.
Contido em Ilha do desterro : a journal of language and literature. Florianópolis, SC. Vol. 70, n. 1 (jan./abr. 2017), p. [135]-142
Assunto Literatura australiana
Percepção
Zusak, Markus. The book thief
[en] Embedded focalization
[en] Focalization
[en] Narratology
[en] Perceptual focalization
Origem Nacional
Tipo Artigo de periódico
URI http://hdl.handle.net/10183/159243
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