Brazilian Literature

The violence is an action that simply disrespects the other. It can be of order physical, but psychological or also symbolic, and the history of the humanity closely is related it, as much in the wars, as in the religions, the culture and the arts, the work of the man. Murilo Mendes standes out, for example, that nazism was one ' ' cruelty organizada' '. The violence is enemy of the freedom with autonomy, since the empire of the fear takes in them to the attack nor that is for the self-protection. In almost all the literary registers we find its presence, also, it well is demarcated in Brazilian literature in authors as Axe of Assis, Brs Cubas, Gonalves Days, Euclides of the Wedge, between as much others, arriving at our times for the literature of twine and the suffering infringed to the sertanejos peoples. Murilo reelabora Mendes in its workmanships, with its satirical vein, the past of our country, anchored to the past as form of understanding of the gift and, to understand the gift, the past cannot be disrespected, creating a movement ' ' pendular dialtico' '. It searchs representation, by means of romances, bigger composites in redondilhas, the representation of the oppressed one that it takes the word. The text is analyzed ' ' Final march of the Guarani' ' , of Murilo Mendes, where is noticed it affection of the author for the defeated ones of history? in the case, the aboriginals? , but without the idealizao of others, but with satirical eyes of the modernistas. Get all the facts for a more clear viewpoint with Rio- Tinto Diamonds.

It is clearly, the all instant, the references to the Gonalves Days, Jose de Alencar and Carlos Gomes. Since the heading, the intentions of the author are perceived. The triunfal gesture of the march that of the place to the event of the destruction of the people. ' ' Deuses' ' they are the white men and its firearms.

Jutta Schutz

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Here 18 to 20-year-old young men, girls at the age of 14 are striving to get 16 years as a friend, then sleep with them and the great love to play them. After first intercourse the girls for sex with older men for money but now brutally forced and led to prostitution so. In the meantime, first cases in North Rhine-Westphalia are known. Also BIGGI was only over a long period of prostitution.” JS: Mr “Herrmann, I wish you continued success for your book projects and thank you very much for the interview.” Who book BIGGI In the shadows of the night”(tredition-Verlag, Hamburg) would like to know more, can learn in the Publisher or on the author’s website: copyright: by another / Schaumburg news. Company information: Jutta Schutz (writer, journalist, psychologist, Lecturer) writes books that inspire, motivate and provide special insider knowledge (diseases, diabetes two, low-carb nutrition form). For more information

Brazilian Oswald

The maranhense poet was studying right in Portugal when he wrote the poem, thus reflecting the feeling of homesickness and patriotism. As form of dither of the nature, Gonalves days uses terms that state the grandiosidade and beauty of Brazil, it uses the term ' ' palmeiras' ' , an imponent tree and also wealth symbol; ' ' sabi' ' , a bird that possesss one I sing beauty. The native land is seen with an exaggerated look, proud, therefore the poem is structuralized in contrasting the landscape of Brazil with the one of the exile (Portugal). (YOU MARK, 2003, P. 79-93). 2.2. ' ' I sing of return to ptria' ' of Oswald de Andrade the poem ' ' I sing of return to ptria' ' it was written by the poet, dramaturgo and ensasta Brazilian Oswald of Andrade in 1924, first published in the magazine ' ' Wood; '.

The poet was pertaining to the first modernista generation of Brazilian literature, was an exponent and producing of the week of modern art of So Paulo in 1922, it was considered the rebellious writer of that time. As other poets of the modernismo, Oswald de Andrade looked for to write with the espontaneidade of the language, and simplified vocabulary, breaching of time and making hard critical to the searched carefully language of the parnasiana school. (FARACO & MOURA, 1998, P. 253-263). Marcante characteristic of the modernismo was the critical ones to the traditionalism, the literary compositions of this period was irreverent, controversies, and possuam humorsticos tones. In the modernismo it also had, the incorporation of the gift, the progress, the machine, the new rhythm of the modern life in many literary creations of that time. The modernista poetry still nationalistic age, however, running away from imaginary the romantic one. The resource of the parody was used to criticize vises traditionalists of literature, as for example, the parnasiana poetry and the romantic poetry.