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Trauma em Solar storms : o mundo sombrio e perigoso de Hannah Wing

By João Felipe Brum and Marta Ramos Oliveira

Abstract

Em Solar Storms (publicado em 1995), a autora Linda Hogan explora o universo de pessoas de origem indígena que passaram por experiências profundamente traumáticas. Este artigo analisa a construção de uma das personagens da obra, Hannah Wing, mãe de Angela, a protagonista da narrativa. Para tanto, são levadas em consideração a linguagem e as histórias – dois aspectos muito importantes para os povos nativo-americanos – utilizadas por Hogan para desenvolver a personagem de Hannah, que apresenta traumas de origem transgeracional.In Solar Storms (1995), writer Linda Hogan explores the universe of indigenous people who experienced profound traumatic experiences. This article focuses on the character of Hannah Wing, the mother of the book’s protagonist, Angela. This analysis takes into account how Hogan uses language and stories – two very important aspects for Native Americans –in order to develop Hannah’s character, which is deeply damaged by intergenerational trauma

Topics: Solar storms, Hogan, Linda Solar storms, Trauma, Native american literature, Language, Stories
Year: 2015
OAI identifier: oai:agregador.ibict.br.PC_UFRGS:oai:www.lume.ufrgs.br:10183/110722
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