Archive for January, 2013

01.31
13

Ruling Oppressor

by yudaica2013 ·

The reason for which if it understands the culture as produced and spread for the ruling classes is the lack of register of the oppressed social classes: history is always counted from the point of view of the oppressor who with its look, creates an exculpatory ideological device. Inside of this aspect if it does not want to say that the popular layers do not possess culture, for the opposite. It differentiates what them is the register form: social memory, orality. The intention of the present work is to detach that the sprouting and the social construction if make through oppressed oppressing dialectic x. In all relation of oppression a movement of castration of the oppressed being and in one same ratio of the oppressor appears. If in data moment who oppresses if it rebels, it creates mechanism of against attack in the oppressor, who if frees and in an adequacy movement the new established order, it creates, it invents, recria, having as source the proper oppressed oppressing relation/that it creates a new order/system for establishment of the relations.

' ' Only the oppressed ones becoming free itself, can free the oppressors. These, while classroom that oppress, nor frees nor if libertam' '. Freire (2002 P. 46). According to it the oppressed classrooms have advantages in relation to the oppressors, therefore they raise the humanity, promoting civilizatrios advances. So that such advances happen have the necessity of a distanciamento between oppressor and oppressed. Freire detaches that oppressing also it is oppressed: to exert control, oppressor must open hand of itself exactly and with this he is so oppressed how much the proper one oppressed. With these reflections do not consider social revolution, but that if it thinks about the perspective of the oppressed one, in the case of the literature, that it is for the oppressed one. The oppressor while such not if enxerga as he is.

01.30
13

Leonardo Pataca

by yudaica2013 ·

In the workmanship of Almeida, also the hero, after castigadopelo father, finds shelter in the house of a barber. (MONTELLO 2004.p.352). Mario de Andrade (1976 p.312, 313) considers that ' ' the Memriasde a sergeant of military services is not a picaresco romance, but yes umdesses books that of time in when they appear, so to speak, to the edge daliteratura' '. Verssimo (1978: 297), in turn, analyze Memories deum sergeant of military services, approaching it of the Realism: The workmanship of Almeida is realistic because in the account enos real facts it says of things ' ' res' ' , true, with truths, it is naturalistic, because in the representation of these things cinge narrowly to natural, the semexageros ones or to deturpar, for process of style or singularity of conception, flattens reality of the things. The hero of the workmanship characterizes for its relevantestravessuras and diabruras, son of Leonardo Pataca, a Portuguese bailiff and velho' ' mal-apessoado e, over all he was magano' ' (ALMEIDA, 1997p. 14), would eMaria of the Hortalias, ' ' She was quitandeira of the squares of Lisbon, saloiarechonchuda and bonitona' ' (they idem, they ibidem, p.14). The parents of our hero were explicit irregular, immoral detemperamento and irrequieto, then, its offspring could not be different, oque trais obtains the idea of the Naturalismo: the man is fruit of the way.

Soon parVerssimo: ' ' Almeida was yes, naturalistic realist or, even though muitoantes of the advent in the Europe of the literary doctrines that had received taldenominao' ' (VERSIMO, apud MONTELLO, 2004 p.350). Mario de Andrade not comunga of the same opinion, according to it: ' ' It swims exists, in this book, of Realismo and Naturalismo of school, such comoeles if they present in the century dezenove' ' (ANDRADE, 1978 p.322) Opinioseguida for Candido: ' ' … Therefore Mario de Andrade was certain to aodizer in the Memories does not have realism in modern direction; what in it if it finds algo vaster and intemporal, proper of the comicidade popularesca' '.

01.16
13

Ana Olmpia

by yudaica2013 ·

The proper name in them indicates the amplitude of its content, therefore nation is not afeita the territorial limits, but yes the collective feeling; Creole sends in them to the mestization. Mestizo is one another citizen that if constitutes from two distinct citizens, keeping in itself elements of each one, but that he consists in one third distinct voice of formed that it. Fradique Mendes, in contrast of what they had made its ancestral colonizadores, was dislocated for is of the center, ‘ ‘ calibanizou-se’ ‘. It is in this condition, of hybrid, intermediate citizen the center enters from where the edge comes and which gradual if integrates, on board a slave ship called Creole Nation, that Fradique folloies the former-slave Ana Olmpia in escape for Brazil. ‘ ‘ I disembarked yesterday in Luanda to the coasts of two cabindanos sailors. Shot for the beach, wet and humiliated, then it assaulted me the inquietante feeling there of that it had left stops backwards proper mundo’ ‘ (AGUALUSA, 2001, P.

11). Unhappyly Portugal is spread, does not colonize. We are thus while nation, one form of life more rudimentary than the Bacillus of Koch. Worse a stranger perversion makes with that the Portuguese where she wants that they arrive and we have sufficiently far fond, not only forget its mission civilizadora, that is colonizadora, but fast if they leave proper to civilize, that is to descivilizar. (AGUALUSA, 2001, P. 134) In the past, the trip is for it an exercise of elegant cosmopolitismo, but now it changeds itself into errncia.

The opposite of the house/native patriarcal is the displacement, loss of the fixidez of the place the end of the house. On board the Creole Nation, Fradique and Ana Olmpia erram for the Atlantic., the Creole Nation can be a beautiful metaphor of this Fradique in version after-colonial invented for Agualusa, of this species of calibanizado Prospero where the personage if goes transforming. What it takes in them to think about the particular identitrio game that Portugal established with its colonies In the three presented romances we perceive a characteristic in common that it is to assume of personages and/or historical events under the order of the problematizao of the conceived facts as ‘ ‘ verdadeiros’ ‘. That is, they are presented as romances historical and make the auto-reflection caused for the questioning of ‘ ‘ truths histricas’ ‘.