Ostranênie: para devolver a sensação de vida

Autores

  • Alexandra Berlina Universidade de Erfurt

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.11606/issn.2317-4765.rus.2020.168820

Palavras-chave:

Ostraniênie, de Chklóvski, Literatura comparada, Estudos cognitivos

Resumo

O presente artigo aborda a ideia de renovação cognitiva e emocional do habitual – ostraniênie –, de Viktor Chklóvski, juntamente com conceitos semelhantes advindos da Psicologia e dos Estudos Cognitivos. O artigo redefine ostraniênie não como um procedimento (como normalmente aceito nos estudos literários), mas como um efeito cognitivo/psicológico; também sugere a criação da expressão “ostraniênie extratextual” para se referir ao sentimento que se tem quando o usual se torna aparentemente estranho – e, ao mesmo tempo, mais ao invés de menos relevante emocionalmente. Quanto ao estranhamento (ostraniênie) literário, mesmo quando ele é produzido por meio de personagens que se sentem alienados ou despersonalizados, a experiência do leitor é exatamente o oposto da do personagem – o leitor vive uma reconexão emocional com o mundo.

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Biografia do Autor

  • Alexandra Berlina, Universidade de Erfurt
    Postdoc in comparative and Slavic studies, University of Erfurt. PhD in American Studies - University of Duisburg-Essen. Translator & interpreter, Düsseldorf, Germany.

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Ostranênie: para devolver a sensação de vida. (2020). RUS (São Paulo), 11(16), 43-66. https://doi.org/10.11606/issn.2317-4765.rus.2020.168820