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The Dialogues

May 8, 2018 at 10:26 pmCategory:General

Taking of terrible fury, kills the children to avenge itself of the husband. It is seen as one of more impressive the feminine figures of the universal dramaturgia. Already in the Comedy we have as example ' ' Lisstrata' ' of Aristfanes, on which we will elapse in the development of this work. 2 DEVELOPMENT Little knows on the life of the Aristfanes writer, born in Atenas for return of 450 B.C. It had a sophisticated education, therefore it lived in a period of intense cultural life, known as Century of Pricles. This period also coincided with the ecloso of the War of the Peloponeso, that had its end in 404 a.C, with the complete defeat of the athenians at the hands of the espartanos. These events had marked deeply its workmanship, Lisstrata. In such a way, the War of the Peloponeso is an incessant subject of its artistic production.

Its parts, of deeply sarcastic text, have as white constant the power, either it politician especially the image of the demagogues, harmful figures to the mechanisms that conduct the economy, the warlike sphere and the cultural life of Atenas -, religious or intellectual. Generally the personage who if finds to the edge of the society if discloses superior to the representatives of the power. Thus the author can exert its revanche against that it judges to answer for the decline of its city-state. The obsceno language that used in its workmanships was inheritance of the literary tradition previous Greek, was worried in defending the peace and warning the population, over all agricultural, of the urban abuses. In the dialogues organized in its workmanship, ironic brilliants and, it reproduce all exhaustingly the proposals debated at its time, the relative ones to the War, the educational techniques, the philosophical debates, the feminine responsibility in the social life, among others controversial subjects.

Cheiro, A Hand Readers In The Media On Course For Success

March 14, 2018 at 7:08 pmCategory:General

The headlines did not stop, as Cheiro presented his unbeatable system, the world had it properly located but in the not-too-distant past with his predictions and it not only 08/15 were premonitions, but those that moved the people. Now he was known all over the world and gained world fame through his predictions, which he carried out with his Chiromancy. Many celebrities took his services and were thrilled. A report that was representative of all others, was released on December 7, 1901, in the New York Times. There, it was reported that many years ago the famous Palm readers met the unknown writer Mary Hartwell Catherwood. At this time, namely, 1889, she had just her first Roman the Romance of Dollard”, released.

Cheiro congratulated them on their success, and as it was his manner, he asked if he could read her out of hand. She nodded his desire while he took her a handprint. He took her hand, checking in on this and promised her a promising career in precisely this field. He discovered a particularly well-developed mercury mountain on her hand, with features that you, attested to the strength of their superior written expression. Their capacity will expand further it, to achieve a huge success in the literature then in a few years. She will write a romantic novel that was so significant, that posterity would remember it. After a few years the prophecy of Cheiro in the form of the new release of Lazarretrain was fulfilled”, the 1901 appeared and was celebrated by the experts.

Brazilian Academy

August 18, 2017 at 7:41 pmCategory:General

Access in: 12 of October of 2009). In accordance with other information of the same site, the workmanship Pretty Girl of the Ribbon Bow can more be considered one of the translated awardees and, in diverse countries, of all the bibliography of Ana Maria Axe. According to words of the proper author, the idea of the history of this book appeared from a trick that it, and its two older children (Rodrigo and Peter), and browner, made with its just-been born son (Lusa), that he was branquinha coelhinho white of pelcia had gained one. Thus, they costumavam to play with the youngest child being used coelhinho to make tickles in the teeny one, questioning: Pretty girl of the ribbon bow, which the secret to be so branquinha? ; answering things of the type: it is why I fell in milk; because I ate rice excessively; because I painted myself with chalk etc. To the end of the trick, always they answered, more or less thus: Not, nothing of this, she was an Italian grandmother who gave to meat and bone for it Finally one day, the husband of the writer, whose profession was musician, hearing and observing this moment of descontrao, suggested that it would give Ana to write a music or a history with the trick.

The author if pleased of the opinion of the husband, however, it had the following thought: to write on (…) a pretty and blond girl, (…) White (…), already was expense excessively. nor has nothing to see with the reality of Brazil. I transformed then it into one prehad, and I made the necessary changes: the black ink, jabuticabas, the coffee, (…

Poem With Messages

January 6, 2017 at 6:02 amCategory:General

Analysis Messages? Fernando Person Blazon? Quinas Fifth D. Sebastio, King of Portugal the book messages is divided in three parts: Blazon, Portuguese Sea and the hidden one. This first part receives this name, Blazon, for having its structure written as of the Portuguese Blazon. This blazon is composed for seven castles and five quinas. Thus Fernando person writes this first part of the book.

In ' ' Castelos' ' , Fernando Person tells to history Dos Reis and queens of Portugal, counted in seven poems, as the number of castles in the Blazon. In ' ' Quinas' ' , as in the blazon, Fernando Person he counts in five poems the crucial points of the history of Portugal. The fifth poem, that locks up this part, tells the history of D. Sebastio, the last king of the Avis dynasty. D.

Sebastio leaves Portugal with intention to reconquer Jerusalem to the catolicismo. In this it had material interests, religious envaidecedores and. D. Sebastio wanted largeness? how cites Fernando in the poem? but he did not obtain it. In the fight for this conquest, it had very violent battles, in which two teros I exercise of it Portuguese had died. To the end of ' ' baguna' ' , a simple question: Where he is King D. Sebastio? He will be that died? But where it is the body? Perhaps it had run away or he would have been kidnapped? At last, the body disappeared and never it was found. Thus, Fernando Person writes this poem, that portraies ' ' loucura' ' of D. Sebastio, madness this that makes the man well, as it affirms Fernando Person to the end of the poem when it says that ' ' without madness the man … is a postponed corpse that procria' '. Fernando person locks up the part ' ' Quinas' ' of the book Messages (5 part) telling the history of D. Sebastio for considering 5 the most raised point. This involves a Metaphysical question, therefore when a pyramid is looked at from top to bottom, for example, we visualize four points equal, the four cantos of the pyramid. Looking at of front, we visualize a point superior, the tip of the pyramid, the fifth point, the most raised. Thus he was considered D. Sebastio in Portugal, somebody superior. The main message transmitted in this poem for Fernando Person was the question of the dreams. In the poem, Fernando Person called madness. D. Sebastio dreamed in conquering Jerusalem for the catolicismo, but for many, this dream was seen as madness, however it was only one dream. Thus, if respectively to substitute the words wild and madness in the poem for sonhador and dream, the message will be transmitted of perfect and much more direct form: ' ' Sonhador, yes, sonhador, because Which wanted largeness the luck did not want to give did not fit in me my certainty; Therefore where the areal was my being that had, not what it has My dream, others take that me With what in it went Without the dream that is the man More than the healthy crossbow, a postponed corpse that procreates? ' '

North American Anne Rice

May 24, 2016 at 1:49 pmCategory:General

The small summary concerning Lord Byron, that folloies Fragmentosde a Story, in the coletnea of stories the Vampire before Drcula, defines the byroniano hero as owner of: ' ' a well characteristic personality, idealized cheiade imperfections, that only make to increase its allure. Gotten passionate ecomportamento has an immense talent, and, at the same time, she is a rebel who disdains social asinstituies, the social status and the headings. Arrogant ouexcessivamente confident, marked for frustrated loves, it hides one passadoobscuro or shady. All these traces take to a behavior autodestrutivo' ' (P. 89) This description of the protagonists of histories of LordByron, however, could also perfectly be the description of Lestat deLioncourt, amoral creation of the North American Anne Rice, in Interview with oVampiro.

The romance of Anne Rice is told by the vampire Louis Pointedu Lac, that counts its history for the young reporter, Daniel. Former de Nova Orleans, Louis was vampirizado in ends of century XVIII porLestat. The vampires of Anne Rice bring many differences comrelao to the folclrico vampire and to the vampire that traditionally appears naliteratura, for example, they do not have fear of crucifixos and they are not transformamem animal. However, you the personages if approach to these previous vampires deoutras ways. Feeling itself guilty for the death of its brother, who falls deuma after staircase a violent quarrel with Louis, this he starts to live ' ' comoum man who wanted to die, but did not have courage to make it sozinho' ' (P. 18).

Of this form, we have old the thematic one of the invitation. In Christabelde Coleridge, for example, the mysterious Geraldine arrives desfalecer door of the castle, being necessary that the protagonist who of the name histriaa carregue for inside. However, in Interview with the Vampire, oconvite does not appear as permission to adentrar definitive place, but to paratomar this life.