|Title||Políticas de Riobaldo: a justiça jagunça e suas máquinas de guerra|
|Authors||Nery Porto, R.|
The objective of this research is to interrogate how the João Guimarães Rosa’s novel, Grande Sertão: Veredas, allows us to think politics and justice from a set of relationships of conflicting and unstable forces. Analyzing the experiences of the character Riobaldo with the judgment of Zé Bebelo, the diabolic pact and the conflicts between groups of jagunços, we seek to perceive the processes of subjective transformation and differentiation of reality of the experience. Rosean writing can express these movements in its immanence without enclosing them in closed forms, but keeping its transit between undecidable oppositions. With this we intend to extract from the reading of Rosa's text some political implications for problematizing the violence of the authority that imposes its orders and the singular forms that complicate this system of order and make escape new lines of composition of life. It is then possible to liberate justice from the axioms of good and evil that condition a transcendent and idealistic way of thinking ethics to a conception of justice as a demand that maintains a constant movement of updating and transforming the community.
|Keywords||Justice. Literature. War. Memory. Virtual.|
|Published||24 Sep 2021|
|Place of publication||Brazil|
|Web address (URL)||https://www.cepe.com.br/lojacepe/politicas-de-riobaldo|