Bunge Foundation - Online Edition 19 • November 2013 - Jornal Cidadania
Jornal Cidadania

Jornal Cidadania • Online Edition 19 • November 2013



The Paths of Literary Criticism

At a literary café sponsored by the Bunge Foundation, the House of Roses and FAPESP, Leyla Perrone-Moisés talks about what makes good literature – and good criticism – last.

The Paths of Literary Criticism

At a literary café sponsored by the Bunge Foundation, the House of Roses and FAPESP, Leyla Perrone-Moisés talks about what makes good literature – and good criticism – last.

“People die, but books never die”

José Mindlin assembled the largest private collection of books and manuscripts on Brazil during his life, now available for free consultation at USP’s Brasiliana library.

Leyla Perrone-Moisés: The Builder of Bridges

Leyla Perrone-Moisés has built her career bringing the national literary environment closer to foreign theorists, authors of her readers, criticism of their own limitations.

Alexandre Nodari: “Criticism Only Has Meaning When Questioning Itself”

Alexandre Nodari sees in Criticism the tool that can release Art from the prison that separates it from the “real world” – but for that, Criticism first has to free itself.



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The Jornal Cidadania is a Bunge Foundation publication, it was released in 2001, it's objective is to spread knowledge and ideas and estimulate actions and sustentable practices.

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