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Drift and deterritorialization in the dramaturgical writing process Odisseia 116


This article is an analysis of the writing process of the dramaturgy Odisseia 116 from a bus trip between Rio de Janeiro and Iguatu, in the interior of the State of Ceará and my homeland. The dramaturgy was structured on a triad: the autobiographical characteristics; the possibility of interviewing people and photographing landscapes while traveling and the Homeric Odyssey. As a methodology, I opt for cartography based on the theoretical Suely Rolnik, comprising the two aesthetic acts on which I focus: travel and dramaturgy. It articulates issues of deterritorialization, derivation and identity. In conclusion, I point out that the readings for the writing of this article have fed back my dramaturgical writing.

travel; dramaturgy; drift; deterritorialization; identity

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