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O pensamento modernista ligado às ideias de antropofagia, apropriação e mestiçagem, construíram um mito de um Brasil misturado por índios, negros e europeus. Criou a ideia de que um povo misturado é mais potente do que separado. Assinale a alternativa que contém um dos grandes mentores desse movimento, e sua obra, um poema que une o Brasil de ponta à ponta. Oswaldo de Andrade - Canto de regresso à pátria. Mario de Andrade - Descobrimento. Gonçalves Dias - Canção de Exílio. Guimarães Rosa - Grande Sertão: veredas. Antonio Carlos de Brito - Cacaso. Respondido em 14/09/2021 22:36:20 Explicação: A resposta correta é: Mario de Andrade - Descobrimento. 2a Questão Acerto: 1,0 / 1,0 Sobre a relação literatura, ficção e realidade, analise as afirmativas, indicando "F", caso falso, e "V", se verdadeiro. ( ) A literatura, para interpretar o real, está sempre usando linguagens objetivas e concretas. ( ) Para além de um documento, a literatura é também criação, abordando contexto cultural, social e histórico. ( ) Na interpretação do real, as criações literárias a partir da ficção, possibilitam experimentar realidades alternativas. ( ) Numa interface prismática cultura-literatura, a literatura pode ser considerada como instauradora de mundo. Assinale a alternativa que apresenta a sequência correta obtida, no sentido de cima para baixo. V, F, V, F V, V, V, F V, F, F, V F, V, V, V F, V, F, F Respondido em 14/09/2021 22:54:46 Explicação: A resposta correta é: F, V, V, V 3a Questão Acerto: 1,0 / 1,0 READ THE TEXT BELOW: Therefore, now, heart turns beyond its breast-chamber, my mind's thought with mere-flood, over the whale's home (= ocean), wide in its turning, [line 60] over earth's regions-comes back to me eager and greedy. Yells the lone-flyer, whets on the whale-way (= ocean) spirit quite suddenly over the holm's deep: hotter to me are delights of the Lord than this dead life, [line 65] (Source: https://lightspill.com/poetry/oe/seafarer.html) The highlighted elements in bold in the text exemplify a literary technique used by Old English poets. Those figurative descriptions as exploited in the text above are called: Alliteration Rhyming Assonance Metaphors Kennings Respondido em 14/09/2021 23:11:23 Explicação: A resposta certa é: Kennings 4a Questão Acerto: 1,0 / 1,0 READ THE TEXT BELOW: The oldest of the great long poems written in English may have been composed more than twelve hundred years ago, in the first half of the eighth century, although some scholars would place it as late as the tenth century. As is the case with most Old English poems, its title has been assigned by modern editors, for the manuscripts do not normally give any indication of title or authorship. (Source: GREENBLATT, Stephen.; ABRAMS, M. H. The Norton Anthology of English Literature - Volume I. London: W. W. Norton & Company, 2006, p. 29) Which Old English Epic Poem does the text refer to? The Canterbury Tales The Legend of Beowulf The Wanderer The Dream of the Rood The Seafarer Respondido em 14/09/2021 23:18:38 Explicação: A resposta certa é: The Legend of Beowulf 5a Questão Acerto: 1,0 / 1,0 Why is Gawain's neck hurt in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight? As punishment for beheading the Green Knight. The cut is a punishment for his dishonesty. He challenged Arthur. He left Arthur's court without permission. He failed to wear the green girdle. Respondido em 14/09/2021 23:39:01 Explicação: A respsota correta é: The cut is a punishment for his dishonesty. 6a Questão Acerto: 0,0 / 1,0 Robin Hood and the Monk, even if not being the most influential text, it presents recurring themes of the outlaw myth. Choose the alternative that contains some of these myths: Robin's devotion to Our Lady, the hostility between outlaws and the church, and the dangers of the woods. Robin's devotion to his lady, the hostility between outlaws and the church, and the dangers of the town. Robin's devotion to his lady, the hostility between the band and Robin, and the dangers of isolation. Robin's devotion to his lady, the hostility between outlaws and the sheriff, and the dangers of isolation. Robin's devotion to Our Lady, the hostility between outlaws and the church, and the dangers of the town. Respondido em 14/09/2021 23:45:43 Explicação: A resposta correta é: Robin's devotion to Our Lady, the hostility between outlaws and the church, and the dangers of the town. 7a Questão Acerto: 0,0 / 1,0 In the Canterbury Tales different literary genres are present, as for example The Miller's Tale, that belongs to the genre romance saints' lives legend sermon fabliau Respondido em 15/09/2021 00:22:54 Explicação: A resposta certa é: fabliau 8a Questão Acerto: 0,0 / 1,0 Literary and traditional ballads have some different characteristics. One of these regards to stanzas syllabic rhyme scheme themes communal memory type of narrative Respondido em 19/09/2021 23:04:55 Explicação: A resposta certa é: communal memory 9a Questão Acerto: 1,0 / 1,0 Reread the following lines from The Tempest, uttered from Caliban to Miranda. Then, choose the alternative that better describes it. "you taught me language, and my profit on't Is, I know how to curse" (1.2.363-4). This excerpt is truly innovative for the time, insofar as they underscore Shakespeare¿s decolonial statement. Such passage underscores Caliban¿s eternal gratitude for Miranda, who taught him to speak English. This line evokes Caliban's defiant posture towards Miranda¿s pretension. The structure of such line highlights Caliban's difficulties to construct sentences in English. Once again, the plot evokes Caliban's monstrosity, insofar as he was capable of cursing a damsel and forgetting his first language. Respondido em 22/09/2021 01:39:01 Explicação: A resposta correta é: This line evokes Caliban's defiant posture towards Miranda¿s pretension. 10a Questão Acerto: 0,0 / 1,0 Read one of the most remarkable of Lear's statements and choose the correct alternative. "When we are born, we cry that we are come;To this great stage of fools.a great stage of fools" (4.5.175) The image of a crying baby who has just been born displays Lear's criticism towards his callow daughters. This scene displays Lear's vulnerability; undermined by his mental disorder, he finds himself in the position of a fool in life. In this line, Lear treasures the hard work of Fools in the Elizabethan society. The expression "are come" emphasizes the fact the Jester forced Lear to lose his nobility, turning the king into a Fool. This line proposes a pun with the word "stage", which serves as both a reference to the physical stage of the theatre and as a metaphor for Cornelea¿s life. Respondido em 15/09/2021 09:42:21 Explicação: A respsota correta é: This scene displays Lear's vulnerability; undermined by his mental disorder, he finds himself in the position of a fool in life.