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Revista Polis e Psique

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LIBERMAN, Flavia; JUNQUEIRA, Virginia  and  MILEK, Glenda. The girl and the woman: literature and life narratives. Rev. Polis Psique [online]. 2017, vol.7, n.1, pp. 181-201. ISSN 2238-152X.

This work was written in an attempt to illustrate a life story of a woman who lives in a house along the riverbanks and palafittes in the city of Santos. This very woman faces complexities and possibilities which have been raised up in the meetings that have happened. The storylines this woman has experienced have gained (even more) life due to the moments when she gave voice to occurrences, when she got in contact with her own memories and questionings, with her current life, with her own words that emerged and gained tones, (multiple) voices, spaces, listening. In order to compose her daily life, literary passages were used to awake meetings: with herself, with new feelings of affection, with other worlds. The moments experienced during the process were subsidized by the Cartography method. Therefore, this work does not unfold in findings, statements and certainties, but instead in sensations, doubts and questions released in wordings that pervade (our) everyday lives.

Keywords : UrNarratives; Literature; Meeting; Occupational Therapy; Health Practices.

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