Ribbon Bow

Posted by John Sommers on 17th November 2016 in General

The reading of Pretty Girl of the Ribbon Bow and the braids of Bintou, of the authors Ana Maria Machado and Sylviane. the Diouf, seduced in them for its histories and what they say in them. The black girls and its peripcias had been the motivation to write, but with one another look not so innocent as of the readers for which they are directed. Observing aspects that seem innocent. To launch hand of literature to work with subjects or to foment debates through it already has been practical in the academy.

For the lines that follow choose to dialogue with two authors of infantile literature, one already sufficiently known and Brazilian: Ana Maria Axe, and to that if she nominates as mixture of senegals father and French mother not so known ours: Sylviane. the Diouf. The selected workmanships had been respectively: Pretty girl of the ribbon bow and braids of Bintou. In both the workmanships curiously the main personage is a girl, black. is through these personages and of histories that they count in them and are part that we will go to argue the concept of identity and racism being left of the signals, tracks that the narratives supply in them. For in such a way, if she makes necessary the presentation of the workmanships and its manufacturers, or better, its craftsmen of texts that do not bring a ready vision, but are an invitation to leave of the reading to read the world, paraphrasing Marisa Lajolo (1996). Let us initiate the presentations with the Brazilian Ana Maria Axe, published book author innumerable, Ana Maria Axe (Rio De Janeiro, 24 of December of 1941) is a journalist, teacher, painter and Brazilian writer.

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