Terceira Margem - nº 6. p. 1 / Embed or link this publication. Popular Pages. p . 1. revista terceira margem 1 terceira margem revista literária da unesp ibilce. Terceira Margem - nº 5. p. 1 / Embed or link this publication. Popular Pages. p . 1. revista terceira margem 1 terceira margem revista literária da unesp ibilce. PDF | This paper aims to reflect upon the short story "The third bank of the river," Um mergulho discursivo sobre A terceira margem do rio, de Guimarães Rosa.
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Although six of the nine articles were originally published over a significant span of over twenty years in American journals such as Hispanic Review, Hispania, Luso-Brazilian Review , and Modern Language Studies , the book's introduction and the last two chapters are notable additions that serve to tie the book together as a whole. Romano has said that the most basic antithesis in the story is between the transcendence of spiritual life, as represented by the father, and the nontranscendence of spiritual death that is suggested by the son. ISBN Learn more about citation styles Citation styles Encyclopedia. Project MUSE Mission Project MUSE promotes the creation and dissemination of essential humanities and social science resources through collaboration with libraries, publishers, and scholars worldwide. UFMG P, Iser's concept of "wandering viewpoint" works convincingly here, and Valente shows that while both texts resolve many events, they refuse to fill in all the gaps, leaving a margin of ambiguity.
The river is a traditional metaphor for time that continuously moves yet simultaneously remains timeless and for change that is also permanence. The father's action thus symbolizes the human need to transcend time by remaining in one place as the river flows by.
Human beings at their most heroic—some would say at their most insane—are never willing to accept the fact that life is contained, as is water within the two banks of a flowing river.
They insist on transcending such limitations and, instead of allowing the river to sweep them on until they die, in seeking a timeless third bank Although this is the basic responsibility that every father passes on to every son, such an effort means casting oneself off alone, and only a few are willing to attempt it.
In a fable such as this, characters do not act because of realistic or psychological motivation but because the underlying theme and structure demand that they do so. Unless readers recognize the fabulistic nature of the story and the spiritual nature of its theme, they may be tempted to dismiss the father's act as madness.
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Modern Language Association http: By comparing the narrator's plight in reconstructing his past to that of the reader, we see how the reader becomes involved in the painful process of creating meaning in an often seemingly contradictory narration.
Iser's concept of "wandering viewpoint" works convincingly here, and Valente shows that while both texts resolve many events, they refuse to fill in all the gaps, leaving a margin of ambiguity.
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