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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||On The Margins: Writing Of Exception In Letters Controlled By The State [À Margem: Escrita De Exceção Em Cartas Controladas Pelo Estado]|
Da Silveira J.
|Abstract:||This study aimed at presenting how language materialize, as a ritual that fails, in the context text-letter produced by people in a segregating situation. Michel Pêcheux's, Eni Orlandi's and other authors' theoretical concepts lead the reflection on this writing directed by legislation that impedes, but that also authorizes the State to set its panoptic look on these subjects, who, being prisoners, have the 'right' to keep their social bond to the society outside. The evidence of a transparent language and literal sense vanish facing the completeness illusion that the State produces on the way that this subject can and must write their letters, respecting the legislation surrounding them. However, failures permeate this writing ritual and the desire of 'escaping' produce other meanings at a place that attempts to control the moves of these violence agents that materialize in the desire of transposing the gates and meet their dreams of freedom, by mail.|
|Appears in Collections:||Unicamp - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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