This project is linked to 'GIELITE "(Group Interdisciplianar of Literary Studies), registered at CNPq, coordinated by Dr. Irene Zanette guiding teacher of Castaneda, whose master's theses and doctoral been developed in view of semiotic theory in the literature. This means that the counselor is able to offer guidance to children's literature with the foundations of semiotics. The primary objective of this project is to verify the creation of Alice in "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" by Lewis Carroll as the subject through its modalizations. Other objectives will be pursued to elucidate how changes in size are related to the constitution of the subject and the tension that is created in the text. It's book was chosen to be part of the global literary canon as well be a classic of children's literature, adapted for film several times and required reading in many schools. It is important to note that, within this book, the constitution of the subject is through veridictória modality that will determine the subject's relation with its various Alice valuables. (Barros, "Theory of Semiotics text, " p. 45). It is worth mentioning that the category veridcitória also checks whether the opinion and not opinion-about the size of Alice infers about being and nonbeing of immanence (BARROS, "semiotic theory of text", p.46). This work is important because the literary genre that is present early in children's lives. Mastering it is an excellent academic exercise for the student to develop a research, expanding into other areas of knowledge and expertise. Importantly, the student is already familiar with that genre.
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