FROM INCEST TO TRAGEDY - PSYCHOANALYTIC READING OF THE TALE, ANGEL LOST, FROM THE BRAZILIAN WRITER ARRIETE VILELA

Yvisson Gomes dos Santos

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This brief essay is intended to describe the subject of incest and tragedy, associated with femininity. In order to do that, the tale of the Brazilian and Alagoan woman writer, Arriete Vilela, Lost Angel, was used to make a concatenation between the literary field, together with the psychoanalytic field. Who is the writer and poet Arriete Vilela? She was born in Alagoas, Brazil, in the city of Marechal Deodoro. Through her work, published in books and journals, she has been acclaimed as a writer who talks about her persona with finesse and simplicity. We owe her much as she inserted the literature from Alagoas to her Caeté children. Of small body and smooth talk, Arriete Vilela surprises us with her strong Northeastern accented language, though she escaped from a minimal territoriality for larges spaces of literary representativity that enchants everyone in any of Brazil's corners. The text of this article involves a perspicacity of the researcher to see by the kaleidoscope of psychoanalysis and of literature what margins the tale Angel Lost.

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