Além De Estar – Helena Parente Cunha – Analysis of the book “Além de estar”, by Helene Parente Cunha, nominated for the UNEB entrance exam, including a booklet with ten questions about the work. The purpose of the lesson is to place the poems within the author’s literary career, as well as to analyze the structure and thematic elements that may appear in the exam.
Deco Duarte has been a teacher of Portuguese, literature and art for almost 20 years, working on ENEM preparatory courses and university entrance exams. He currently teaches at Grupo Bernoulli de Ensino, Colégio Oficina (Salvador), Curso G8 (Aracaju) and Colégio e Curso Gregor Mendel (Salvador).
Além De Estar – Helena Parente Cunha
Graduated in Law from the Federal University of Bahia (UFBA), after which he later took a course in Literature, an interdisciplinary BA in Humanities and a specialization in Literature, all at the Federal University of Bahia. Since 2002, he has worked in secondary schools and university entrance exams as a professor of Brazilian literature, Portuguese and analysis of literary and film works, and from 2006 to 2011 he published books on UFBA entrance exams. Since 2014, he belongs to the core of criticism and contemporary culture at UFBA, focusing on contemporary biographical fiction. She also has a master’s degree in literature and culture from the Federal University of Bahia, with a research project on biographical fiction. She was born in Salvador (BA), 1930. Poet, writer, translator, university professor, scholar, essayist and literary critic. critic. In 1954, with a CAPES scholarship, he specialized in Italian language, literature and culture in Perugia (Italy). His first texts were published, among others, in the literary section of the newspaper Estado de São Paulo, in the magazine Tempo Brasileiro, in the Revista Brasileira da Língua e Literatura. In 1956, she began working as a translator of works in Italian. From 1968 he worked at the Faculty of Literature of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro.
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She made her debut in 1960 with the book of poetry Corpo do gozo, which was awarded in the poetry competition of the Minister of Education and Culture of Guanabara in 1965. Other books of poetry by the writer: Corpo no cerco, published by Tempo Brasileiro, 1978. with arrangement by Cassiano Ricardo; Maramar, publisher of Tempo Brasileiro, 1980; The Other Side of the Day, Tempo Brasileiro Publisher, 1995; and Além de estar, imago forlag, 2000 (comprising his previous books of poetry, as well as bringing unpublished material). The poetry of Helena Parente Cunha has the advantage of starting a movement against concretism in the country — an experience that would translate into the neo-baroque movement, mainly with the poem “Além de estar”.
Where is the wind blowing now that carried what I said? where were the names so many were lost? where are the things called my voice and how could my voice be taken? I taste like stone in saliva on my tongue words wall me where my mouth was PORTRAIT from now a thousand hours ago my portrait will still be here who appears where do I look? hit the corridor in the picture behind the frame that surrounds me disappear who appears in the face? I pose again (I feel ready every thousand hours) between now and the thousand hours my portrait dies
RAMALHO, Kristin. Two Essays on Poetry: The Phoenix and the Harpy: Mythical Faces of Ivan Junqueira’s Poetry and Poetry; Desire for Tulips: The Expanding Self in the Poetry of Helena Parente Cunha. Santa Cruz do Sul, RS: EDUNISC, 2007. 136 p. ISBN 978-85-7578-180-7 The first essay was previously published by the Brazilian Academy of Letters. the military unit. before noon
“(…) to talk about the poetry of Helena Parente Cunha means to discover a very distinctive voice, which focuses on the discovery of the being and the world through the encounter with the word-verse, in its formal and symbolic dimension, sometimes translated. discrete intimacy or thoughtful otherness, both inspired by the lyrical conciseness and restraint and experimentation that define the writer’s poetic work.
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From Helena’s poetry emerges a progressive motif, albeit a paradoxical result of the tension between regression and transgression, which seems to guide a being imprisoned in a body in which the desired being does not fit. Hence the urge to move – sometimes retroactively, when memory constructs meaning, sometimes the other way around, when emanations from the outside encourage description that the limitations of the body seem to prevent – and the search for a navigation device that allows the silence of existence to contain fragments and flower: the poetic word.
(…) Thus, in the poetry of Helena Parente Cunha, the signs of displacement and immobility appear, in an opposing tension that was gradually broken in the very development of her poetic creation, freed from the prohibitions against being/unity and creation, gradually reaching the ability to develop , loses the plastic flesh (body in front of the wall) to gain the musical sway (songs spread over multiple angles) of the creature. Hence the gradual amplitude of the space through which the poetic self flows (the room and the wall which
The environment, the sea that expands the horizon, the other side that reveals the unknown, songs that confirm the defeated voice) and the constant tension between words and silence, in a dialectical play in a Hegelian way, which arises from a Being that knows and can therefore know the world and others and therefore to see oneself in a mirror relationship with the other and the world.” CHRISTINA RAMALHO
CUNHA, Helena Parente. Songs from when and on. Poetry. Conversations with poems by Fernando Pessoa. Rio de Janeiro, RJ: Edições Tempo Brasileiro, 2007. Cover by Vera Parente. 191 p. 14×21 cm. ISBN 978-85-282-0142-0 Example. The Bible. part. Salomão Sousa
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“This is a book full of feelings and emotions, in which the poet Helena Parente Cunha wastes love and passion, like a spendthrift and a great spendthrift, on its pages.” MURILO MELO FILHO
POSITION 1 What to write in this brief moment that dictates what I don’t have? How can we tell what is said in the hollow pulp of this page, in the paleness of parchment or wax or the smooth clarity of screen and keys, in the already living that which has not been lived? The heathen are waiting for a miracle. me? Yes, I am also waiting for miracles and the opening of borders at this time when you have no time to think or wait. All the minutes on the cliff under my feet and on the highest part of the environment after that. The oldest side of the shelter begins where the rainbow is or was, but new colors splash into the stream of light and break through the shadows thinned by light. He who drew the lines on my map and my hand, determined my conjunctions and districts. My resolve is to fulfill what is entrusted to me, I cannot fail. Messenger of an unknown king. I am not afraid to carry out informative instructions from the outside. Medals shine on my chest. Scroll rules develop messages already. Papyrus scrolls and coated paper, video screens, what happened my king? I lost touch. I don’t read the charts you show me, the hieroglyphs are drawn obscurely. If I cannot read, sir, how can I follow your orders? The sphinxes engrave my gaze even in stone. Open the door to enter the pyramid, give me the password to decipher, give me the secret key to the underworld. I will know what you want and I will fulfill your requirements. No, don’t speak to me in the language of the gods, I’m just a mortal in search of immortality. This puzzle affects me and spoils the colors on my banner. Why not know why the wound?
CUNHA, Helena Parente. Corpse under siege. Rio de Janeiro, RJ: Tempo Brasileiro Publications; Brazil, DF: National Archives, Ministry of Education and Culture, 1978. 123 p. 13.5×18.5 cm. eg the bible. part. Salomão Sousa
“The novelty of the beginning and awareness of the problems of contemporary fiction – this is what Helena Parente Cunha combines in this already seductive book.” (…) Helena’s poetry, consciously experimental, should be appreciated under this curious element. ” EDUARDO PORTELA
Pdf) “mulheres à Deriva”: Relações De Gênero Nos Contos “o Pai”, De Helena Parente Cunha, E “a Casa Dos Mastros”, De Orlanda Amarílis
CUNHA, Helena Parente. Maramar. Rio de Janeiro: editions of Tempo Brasileiro; Brazil, DF: National Library, Ministry of Education and Culture, 1980. 120 p. (Collection of Temposia, no. 22) 14×21 cm. Presenter: Joshua Montello. eg the bible. part. Salomon Sousa.
“The experience of previous poems increased in Helena the intimacy of the words that mature into poetry.” JOSUÉ MONTELLO
I remember the steps I have not yet taken, I forget the future path that will follow the waves from which I came
In the silence of my deep flesh you draw a trace where I drift out, a line that closes me to the edge of a scratched body
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You cut the arch that surrounds me and dig up from the deep groove the word where I exist
CUNHA, Helena Parente. On the other side of the day (Songs from a trip to Japan). Rio de Janeiro: Tempo Brasileiro, 1995. 100 p. 13×21 cm. ISBN 85-282-0072-8 Cover: Elizabeth Lafayette. Introductory texts: Muniz Sodré, Pedro Lyra. eg the bible. part. Salomon Sousa.
“(…) the opposite of typical law
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