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Revista Polis e Psique

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GURGEL, Veronica Torres  e  KASTRUP, Virginia. Literary writing in group: a collective experience. Rev. Polis Psique [online]. 2021, vol.11, n.2, pp. 136-156. ISSN 2238-152X.

The conception of writing in groups frequently presupposes the individual as a minimum unit of subjective organization. In this article, the term collective is understood as a synonym for social or grouping of individuals - and in opposition to the term individual. However, it is possible to think of writing as an eminently collective process - whether it occurs alone or in groups. The article takes as a reference the concept of collective by Félix Guattari and the studies of the production of subjectivity. The aim is to discuss literary writing experiments with a group of amateur writers and analyze their effects. The research was carried out at the reading and writing club called "Clube de Leitura e Escrita Prosana Roda" and was based on the cartography method. We discuss the use of literary texts to ignite writing, as well as the reverberation of meetings and the importance of regular work. Three analyzers emerged from the participants' reports: the confidence, the kindness and the power of face-to-face meetings - which evidenced the effects of writing on each person.

Palavras-chave : Writing; Group; Collective; Literature; Subjectivity.

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