Ivan Camargo opens Paulo Setúbal Week with a new humor book

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Editor of Progress of Tatui Since 1995, Ivan Camargo has launched his sixth literary book this Monday, August 1st, on the “Paulo Setubal” Historical Museum, beginning at 7 p.m.

Publishing is a part of one in every of them Newspaper centenary actions – based on July 30, 1922 – and opens the normal municipal week devoted to literature and the reminiscence of Setubal, the “immortal” Tetouan author who occupied the thirty first chair of the Brazilian Academy of Letters.

The Cultural Equipment of the Secretary of Sports, Culture, Tourism and Leisure, of the City Hall of Tatuí, the “PS” Museum, with out the necessity for an invite, will obtain the general public basically for the presentation of the book.

Released as a results of the Aldir Blanc Law (Culture Notice 02/2021), the worth of all copies bought on the autograph night time will return to the Peace Patrol program, which offers help to ladies victims of home violence in Tatui.

“Botao do Panico” consists of a assortment of humorous tales, the principle one, which provides the publication its title, reveals a clearly expressive enhance in circumstances of aggression in opposition to ladies noticed through the interval of the Covid-19 pandemic.

To curb this sort of crime, even earlier than the onset of the illness, town already had the operate of the Peace Patrol, a safety service that got here from the so-called Restorative Justice initiative of the judiciary, carried out in conjunction with it. Municipal Civil Guard..

In this program, the principle help assured to victims is the so-called “panic button”, by way of which ladies victims can shortly name the assistance of GCM when they’re in a harmful scenario.

“In this fashion, in addition to being one other initiative within the literary subject of the land of Paulo Setubal, this publication is a part of a social motion to contribute to this vital municipal service”, observes the writer.

“Furthermore, the publication goals to function one other ‘printed’ condemnation in opposition to this sort of crime, which is probably the most dramatic in as we speak’s time, so negatively affected by the epidemic, which is violence in opposition to ladies”.

The journalist says that he believes that Covid-19 might be overcome within the subsequent few years, “however its ‘sequels’, which aren’t solely associated to well being, will proceed to afflict the inhabitants in lots of different elements, inflicting not solely bodily harm. , however deep emotional trauma.”

“In this actuality, the violence in opposition to ladies recognized by the rising quantity of police reviews in 2020 and 2021 – which we publish by way of the newspaper O Progresso – is classed as probably the most critical and everlasting sequel of the epidemic, and it shouldn’t be. Forget over time”, argues Camargo.

“Therefore, reporting this dramatic actuality sooner or later by way of publication – even when fictional – continues to be ‘wholesome’, a form of ‘vaccine’, akin to in opposition to machismo and violence, since literature can be a device of condemnation and historic document” , strengthens the reporter.

“In specific, this subject touches me a lot and, due to this, having the chance to write down about it’s greater than a privilege: it’s a duty!”, he provides.

The fundamental textual content of the publication, subsequently, begins with true reviews of abuse to fictionalize the scenario of home aggression, nonetheless, “need to reliably painting this very dramatic actuality fueled by social isolation”, reinforces Ivan Camargo.

Subsequently, the connection between the {couples} – particularly the love, or lack thereof – permeates all the opposite tales, sustaining a widespread facet all through the sequence of tales within the publication.

Nevertheless, Camargo highlights the truth that he was invited to open the Paulo Setubal Week with a new book, probably the most conventional cultural phenomenon of Seeded Tenderness and which originated exactly on the pages of the newspaper O Progresso de Tatui, which had the concept of ​​creation. of the occasion and was charged for it till its completion in 1943.

“Without a doubt, it’s the biggest pleasure and privilege that the tradition sector of Tatui has devoted to me thus far, for which I’m very grateful, particularly to the supervisor of the ‘Paulo Setubal’ Museum, Rogerio Vianano. , who has additionally achieved successive achievements in favor of the appreciation of Tatu’s literature”, declares Camargo.

the writer

Ivan Camargo is a journalist, with a postgraduate diploma in social communication. Between 1992 and 1994, he edited “Stopim”, a humor tabloid impressed by the legendary carioca “O Pasquim”. In 1995, he took over the course of O Progresso de Tatui.

In 2008, he launched his first book, the novel “Onde Morum os Tatus”, which obtained two nationwide awards from the Brazilian Union of Writers (UBE) and one award from the state, together with a choice by ProAc.

In the identical yr, he received two distinctions within the II UBE/Scortecci Literature Prize. Besides the honorable point out of “Onde Morum os Tatus”, he was the winner of this contest with the play “O Kateviro”. In 2009, he launched his second novel, “Esombraces Capyrus”, additionally by way of Proac.

At UBE do RJ, in 2011, he received first place within the theater class of the International Literary Competition with the play “Até que a Morte nos Enlace”. In 2013, for a similar occasion, he reached third place with the play “Santa Casa da Luz Vermelha”.

In 2017, he revealed his first book of quick tales, “Golpe Baixo”, a assortment of humorous texts “virtually apolitical and in no way acceptable”, which then satirized the extremism already emboldened within the nation.

Between staging scripts and dramaturgical texts and “within the drawer”, he additionally wrote a number of quick movies, together with a characteristic for cinema as a postgraduate thesis (an adaptation of the novel “Clara dos Anjos” by Lima Barreto) and an adaptation for theater by Giraldo of “Priscilla, a Renha da Caatinga” and “Vovo Delicia”.


Book abstract

How to create humor amidst a lot tragedy, even through the Covid-19 pandemic? Or, higher: why humor within the face of ache? Answer: Because humor is critical enterprise!

Rather than reinforcing the previous adage that “it is higher to chuckle than to cry,” humor provokes and provokes questioning; Like caricatures, it identifies and emphatically exposes the crooked options of public life and its most outlandish figures, exposing them to ridicule and, thus, laughter.

Not coincidentally, “Power” by no means finds the humor within the humor, as a result of it at all times fails to take itself critically when uncovered by comedy. Precisely because of this, one other basic adage (not like chloroquine in opposition to SARS-CoV-2), laughter continues to be the very best drugs!

“Panic Button”, following this recipe with hostile unwanted side effects just for these contaminated with the extremist unhealthy temper virus, presents a sequence of “love tales with and with out ache” divided between “earlier than” and “post-pandemic”. “

A group of quick tales has been revealed, impressed by actual circumstances, which have seen a rise in violence in opposition to ladies in periods of confinement imposed by the pandemic.

In addition, there are tales of kidnapping, extortion, fraud, suppression and adaptation of “Romeo and Juliet” within the present instances of extremism. All within the midst of a lot hate – and love!

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