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The central though absent character in B. Handbook of Latin American Studies, Vol. Camilo — Corpo Santo He began working in cinema in Rio, which was at the forefront of Brazilian experimental and national cinema. Douglas Robinson, in Who Translates?
That principle, thus, directly affects translation: The whole history of writing is borrowing from the previous generation. In that same interview, she further elaborates on the process of finding her own voice: Because of all the things that have been said, so now how are you going to continue?
Her explicit and very conscious use of traditionally classic structures represents both a move towards pertaining to and rooting itself in Irish theatre tradition as well as breaking away from them.
To a large extent, B. Both plays deal with outsiders versus dominant society, moving them from their peripheral position in society to a central position on stage. This displacement of a peripheral character to a central position, however, has been done before ; successful plays result from ghosting. The metatheatricality in those plays lies in the fact that they are commentaries on their very nature and on the nature of theatre itself: The central though absent character in B.
She is the reason why we, as spectators, sit before the theatre stage, she is the thing that we so eagerly expect to see — that Hester we expects to see and longs for. How does that haunt the translation process?
The play not only does twist Irish drama thematically but also in terms of its form and structure. There is an emphasis on a sense of placeness, of how the characters, in particular Hester, relate to the Bog.
This narrative device becomes particularly intriguing if we take into consideration what a bog is: The bog, thus, could also serve as metaphor of the interplay of the ghost and the host, the familiar and the foreign in theatre translation.
My dramaturgical translation of B. When translating B.
At the crossroads between that haunting memory of B. Before Rodrigues, however, Oswald de Andrade, one of the precursors of Brazilian Modernism, attempted to write plays in a paulista accent, although, due to the censorship of the nineteenthirties, Andrade never had the chance to have his works staged during his lifetime.
In addition to Rodrigues, and enjoying even more popularity and prestige during his lifetime, contemporary playwright Ariano Suassuna has consolidated the use of a form of North-eastern Brazilian dialect on the Brazilian stage writing in a playful style that takes his audience back to the medieval autos in a contemporary light combining Catholic imagery, Brazilian folklore, circus and comedy.
Even though dialect has been used on the Brazilian stage, dialect is very much neglected on the Brazilian stage and by society in general , which reveals the prejudice towards class and region and an ethereal conservatism of standard Brazilian Portuguese. The use of dialect, however, is often loaded and has in itself an implicit meaning and most certainly has an effect different from that of a work of art written or performed in standard language.
What does it mean, however, to deliberately make a move from the on-stage use of standard language and opt for dialectical variants? In this specific case, it could also be seen as a dialogue with, a ghouling for the theatre tradition inaugurated in Brazil in the nineteen-forties which was a major break-through at that time?
If seen from this perspective, at the same that this translation brings the novelty of the foreign, it blends in with the domestic in an inter-textual dialogue that was practically inexistent before. All in all, in spite of the voices, or thankfully to all voices that haunt the translation process and for which the translator ghouls, theatre translation, at its best, is that thing that we all expect to see when sitting before the theatre stage.
The thing is nothing but an apparition, an illusion of the present, after all.
Similarly to Hester Swane, in the tragic act that leads to her unavoidable suicide, theatre and translation draw us back because of the spell they have cast upon us:. She walks towards the Ghost Fancier. Take me away, take me away from here. May the bog that is the theatre stage, that place of nothingness and yet absolute completeness, haunt us with is purling wind, soft breath and rustle May its ghosts always come back. For more information on the aforementioned rehearsed reading, see Fernandes and For more plays, see: Andrade, Oswald de.
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