TOPUS Journal
Space, Literature and other arts

Qualis B3

     VOL. 03 - N 02 - 2017

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The various texts that this publication contains are the result of reflections made during the IV Conference of Studies on Literary Space, held in the city of Viseu, Portugal, in 2016. This conference took place at ESEV Higher School of Education of Viseu and several themes were discussed, that are related to the issue of Space, be it in the work of Osman Lins or in other authors and works, where the facets and features of the dialogue between Space and Literature are analyzed and / or (de) constructed by the researchers, whose texts are now available for (critical) reading and fruition.

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Literary space in Osman Lins
Literary space in Osman Lins Altogether, seven essays are scattered throughout these pages filled with humid reflections. Altogether, there are seven moments in which the author Osman Linss words are uncovered and, in turn, re-instituted through the eyes of nine researchers towards such an expansive universe. Seven times seven, the issues subject to argumentation - some entirely fruit of intensive reason; others subordinate to creative reason - invite readers to interact in such and such way, agreeing or disagreeing here and there, without losing track of the fruitful line that links author-text-researcher-reader in a communion of knowledge that feeds the cognitive process of thought. This, perhaps, is the goal embedded in between the lines of ideas then deemed timely. Above all, a real moment of pleasure and an affinity encounter, or one of provocation (in spite of the silly use to which the term has been reduced lately ...), seeking an enlargement of the already huge body of considerations that there exists about Linss literary works.

Literary space - theoretical texts

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