A curiosidade das coisas, objetos e sujeitos no romance do incidente de Mark Haddon

Autores

  • Luiz Fernando Ferreira Sá Faculdade de Letras (FALE), Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais (UFMG), Belo Horizonte, Brasil.

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.21814/diacritica.639

Palavras-chave:

Haddon, Listas, Teoria das Coisas

Resumo

Começo com um momento de The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time (2003), de Mark Haddon, descrevendo um encontro com as coisas, na forma de uma enumeração e um tipo de colecção, onde vida corporal, sensorial, mental e imaginativa se fundem. Ao sondar as fronteiras porosas, afinidades e fricções entre sujeitos e objetos contemporâneos, com corpos, mentes especiais e coisas, este ensaio desenvolve novas abordagens para noções de materialidade, o mundo do objeto e a experiência corporificada enquanto também questiona desenvolvimentos na área da cultura material, estudos do objeto, fenomenologia cultural e teoria das coisas. Haddon e Boone (o narrador/protagonista) insistiram na base material de todos os aspectos da existência humana e finalmente concluíram que o sujeito pode ser transformado materialmente por meio da interação com objetos.

 

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08-06-2022

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Sá, L. F. F. (2022). A curiosidade das coisas, objetos e sujeitos no romance do incidente de Mark Haddon. Diacrítica, 35(3), 250–260. https://doi.org/10.21814/diacritica.639