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HANSON, 1992) in texts Jewish-Christians, in the delay-old period, constitutes one of the forms most radical of construction of the ficcional narration. In the measure where it tells Unusual, between the crisis and the newness, the text of Apocalypse becomes one metaphor (Cf. RICOEUR, 1986; VILLAVERDE, 2004:101 – 109 and 119-128; KAELIN apud HAHN, 1999:161 – 190) of chaos and the indizvel time , operacionalizado in the language of the cosmos that if (auto) ficcionaliza for the narration of impossible. A world (text) that is born (symbol) and if undoes models, and that, with effect, they remake the reality that they interpret (KAELIN apud HAHN, 1999:173). This communication, therefore, enrolls in the narrative scene contemporary of the suspension and catastrophic (the Cf. OLINTO, 2002), in the context of the new chances of the imaginary miditico offered by the crisis of the religious extremism in way to the new sensibilidades archaic it, it myth and it time (Cf. ZIZEK, 2003). The magnifying of ficcionalidade in literature contemporary, a trip between language-codes (Cf.

VANNI, 1997:31 – 60) of old contexts (CF. Perrin, 1974:1 – 15) make possible the one construction reader-author of the disaster and the interruption, for metaforizao . (Cf. LPEZ apud BOSSETTI, 2005:443 – 458), the author insists on> effect, since the fundamentalist fury to the revolutionary utopias (Cf. DOS SANTOS, 2004:133 – 156; DOBRORUKA, 2004). The fabric apocalyptic is image and states an action that recria krnos : Or bien encore le temps est-il rgnerable pair joins catastrophe (grifo is ours) periodique et joins nouvelle cration.

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