Carlos Augusto Baptista de Andrade (UNICSUL)
Marlon Luiz Clasen Muraro (Mackenzie)

Abstract: Continuing the research on verbal-visuality about discursive hybrids genders, this symposium is intended to reflect on the speeches that move between the verbal and non-verbal languages, observing the effects of complementarity between them. So, iconographic elements, paintings, illustrations, photographs, films, novels, sounds, colors, among other languages of human communication, are presented in the concrete utterances of verbal-visual genres. The languages are mixed to produce the necessary complementarity to the production of meanings. To illustrate what has been called hybrid genre, the research is grounded on Bakhtin (2010), specifically in his discussion of hybridization in the romance. The philosopher of language presents his reflection saying that the romance absorbs all dialogical forms and allows the reader to perceive the nature of social languages. For him, this amalgam of languages is a literary process that has its own intentionality. Therefore, the hybrid genre would be a fusion of languages, organized, whose main goal would be to clarify one with the help of the other, providing a fuller reading as well as requiring knowledge of multilingualism of languages. As one reads this way, he or she will enable up personal and social memories that provide a path of more full and interdisciplinary reading. The discussions presented here are part of the research line “Speech, Gender and Memory” of the Master in Linguistics from the University Cruzeiro do Sul, as well as in the Research Group “Theories and Practices Discursive and Textual” registered at CNPq.

 Keywords: Discursive gender, verbal-visuality, hybridization, concrete utterances.