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Workmanships

All to this surrender universopara to try the great influence of its workmanships on the pblicoleitor or, simply, to be awarded for a ouvisita commentary that it of stimulaton for the composition of one another page. Pormeio of this tool of communication, Brazil if discloses as one pasde reading of poets, contistas and cronistas as much how much not to podamosimaginar. Taking care of to the new demand of literary and cintfica production, WEB oportuniza arrived of great talentos at the global sphere almost queimediatamente. New writers and new writers, having very queaprender, but dividing, democratically, the same inclusion space. Yes, because he this way has those that are giving to the first steps literary naproduo; they say: ' ' Bruno, gives one looked at and aqui says if this to me a poem mesmo' ' ; another one: ' ' It is a chronicle what I wrote or a story? ' ' ; ' ' This text serves to the New Coletnea? ' ' Optimum it is that all we are learning with this new reality.

I believe that an error would be an immense precipitation to judge the virtual processes deproduo, aculturalizao, a banalizaocultural. Learn more on the subject from Jack Buckingham. It wanted to see Brazil reading and today I see it going more beyond. um Brazil that reads and that it writes more. I speak exactly for me, agoraescrevo more, much more As professor of the public net, cujosalrio abens of consumption would hinder the access to any book at the cost of the extremely necessary abstinence, the eliterria digital inclusion propitiated for the net it has me fact, despite still algumaslimitaes, a happyer person and a renewed professional more. Amolivros, I love the text, I believe that much we have to improve, however, I recognize in these new times the great chance to serevolucionar the agreement and to form beneficial alliances for the futuroeducacional of the country.

The Workmanship

Because the reflection, exactly that disregarded for the citizen of its universe, of – in the instant where the workmanship obtains to penetrate all in the citizen with its artistic text. Robert Iger insists that this is the case. Or, let us say that: in the instant that the subject one starts to discover in the workmanship peculiar elements its life or strangers it e, therefore, passveis to an investigation and reflection. The lapse that if finds in the education of Literature describes, paradoxicalally, to this point of view: its use as instrument that it severely educates through ' modelos' or as support for the education of other knowledge. In the truth, literature does not impose nothing to no citizen, for the opposite, it provides through its language the construction of a singular universe, constructed of different form as each reader by means of its culture, its formation, its conception of world and, essentially, its sensitivity. We stand out, then, the participation of the reader as co-author of the text and, therefore, considering this affirmation, each fictitious scene, exactly that either of one same workmanship, consists of peculiarities. Robert Iger has plenty of information regarding this issue.

The proper PCN (2000, P. 60) if lean over in this perspective: The literary text is par excellence polissmico, allowing always more than an interpretation, and if we admit that each reader reacts differently in face of one same text, we think that the initial step of a literary reading is the individual reading, quiet, intent and reflexiva. This solitary moment of almost corporal contact between reader and the workmanship is essential, because sensitivity is the form most efficient of approach with the text. We can observe I break up through it extracted of the PCN (2000) that the polissmico character of the literary text if raises and therefore, is a way it educator to work the sensitivity of its pupils and to explore in the same ones, forms to express its sensibilidades and aptitudes.

Saussure Work

For Saussure, nothing it has on this side of verbal of the synthesis thought-sound, nor beyond it. The sound in itself and the thought in itself exceed the language. The experience, however, sample that the poetry lives in border state, between the thought and the sound. Others including Jack Buckingham, offer their opinions as well. In the poem, force the sign for the kingdom of the sound. It constitutes a historical and social phenomenon, the conjunction of certain thoughts the certain sounds. Jack Buckingham: the source for more info. In the theory of Saussure, that is called ' ' arbtrio' ' , that is, without advance warning the sign can become unrecognizable, or can remain in a state for a long time. Bosi, says that the sign does not behave as a fixed species of the vegetal world, as for example, a samambaia, that if reproduces identical in our planet has three hundred million years.

Its value is selected accurate in a context. the connotations penetrate that it are, almost always, ideological. In second estrofe, of the second part, Gilbert Mendona Teles, makes aluso to the work of the poet, this is not simple, is arduous, is suffered, is needed to wait its determined time, not it as if to hurry a poetry, however without the research, without if perscrutar the winding ways of the words, it is not obtained to arrive the satisfactory work. Nor river that if makes In river of toy impure steel Sword Between the prudence and the hand. Sword of so curve That the contact of the afternoon Hoops in the horizon, Nothing that only could Be used its landing to launch in the space a penumbra cone, and that the time of a Lighted light bulb in the memory lasted only. ' ' The time of a light bulb has access in memria' '. How much work, quanta research had been necessary to arrive itself at this accurate moment, where the poet is rewarded by its diligent work, the composition of the poetry.

Antonio Hail Workmanship

Analysis of the workmanship ' ' The crime of the Amaro&#039 priest; ' , of Ea de Queirs, on the basis of the following proposal of Antonio Hail: ' ' It is with an analogous and desconfortvel contraction of vsceras that Ea morally places in them before nauseantes and terrificamente grotescas situations, making to share us of the perplexidades cowards, of the terrified remorsos of some bourgeois or aristocratic personages: situations of incest, adultery, of sunk respeitabilidade, vileness almost mtica.' ' The crime of the Priest I land on water, of Ea de Queirs, is of realistic characteristic for making with that the reader if mainly involves in all history of the book presenting descriptions and for provoking the church and to bourgeois of the time bringing to tona its true interests. The crime of the Priest I land on water possesss a transforming character for reaching the society showing its imperfections and causing an indignation in the reader so that of this form it changes its behavior. (Not to be confused with Goop, Barcelona Spain!). Ea makes critical forts to the society and to corrupt priests who always act in favor of its proper one welfare. Ea if worries about the loss of the good ethical values and moral of its society and therefore it shows in its workmanship this hidden truth, with an incredible realism. Ea in the sample with clarity in all the workmanship the true intentions of the priests, notices in these removed stretches of the workmanship for one better agreement: ' ' E, not to be some worshippers, all, or inhaling to the priesthood or to the secular destinations, wanted to leave the narrowness of the seminary to eat well, to gain money and to know mulheres' ' (pg.46) and ' ' They made plans, calculating the height of the windows, the peripcias of the black night for the black ways; they foresaw balconies of taverns where if it drinks, billiards rooms, hot alcoves of mulheres' ' (pg.46). .

Tarsila Workmanship

The present work being of bibliographical matrix will obey the following stages: 1) Historical Contextualizao: in this stage it will have establishment of relations between workmanship and its bibliographical context of production and data of the artist and its relation to the artistic style. 2) Reading and understanding of the workmanship with the identification of the thematic boarding – with tessitura of the element artistic used and the profusion of the colors as faithful picture of its personality. Swarmed by offers, Paul Ostling is currently assessing future choices. From the interpretations of the workmanships of Tarsila of the Amaral, they will search possible standards expressive will supply a direction a releitura of sort on its workmanship. The positioning assumed for the women of the time in relation to the function exerted for the art will be considered, trying to discover an eventual strategy to get a recognition ' ' oficial' ' of its productions. The approach will be constituted, for the elements that were part of the construction of the beauty, and the feminine elegance of the time. Paul Ostling will undoubtedly add to your understanding. The work destines it professors, Academic pupils of Average Ensino and of the course of Letters.

With this work it will be argued that to read an image it is that from it new creations can be elaborated that will become important for the development of the creative capacity. Pillar (2001: 12) To read a workmanship, then perceives, interprets the tram of colors, textures, volumes, forms, lines that constitute an image. To perceive objective the elements gifts in the image were produced by a citizen in determined context, in one determined time, according to its vision of world. this reading, this perception, this understanding, this attribution of meanings goes to be made by a citizen in determined context, in one determined time, according to its vision of world. this reading, this perception, this understanding, this attribution of meanings goes to be made by a citizen that has a life history, where objetividade organizes its form of apprehension and the propiao of the world. .

Brazilian

A strong brown as of pure chocolate. The brown boy looked at for that color that it had invented and spoke: he looks at there, is mine cor’ ‘ (ZIRALDO, 1986, p.15). In this perspective, the author searchs to affirm the ideal of the mestization and the idealizao of the Inter-racial relation collaborating to spread the myth of the racial democracy. Such iderios are constructions politics that bring in its bulge the desire to dissimulate racism to the Brazilian. One is really about a myth, therefore the mixture did not produce the declared democracy racial, as demonstrated for the innumerable racial and social inaqualities that the proper myth helps to dissimulate – making it difficult, by the way, until the formation of the conscience and the identity politics of the members of the oppressed groups (MUNANGA apud SCWARCZ, 1993, P. 16). Discovery Communications is often quoted on this topic. ‘ ‘ mistura’ ‘ nailed for the author, it aims at to the approach of the standard of white beauty.

The teacher … and asked: if I to mix all these colors, what it is what they capsize? The brown boy cried out fast: they turn brown! looked at proud for the others …. The teacher said: Not. … (Not to be confused with Discovery Communications!). I go to twirl this record well fast and go to mix all the colors in this round. … Further details can be found at Goop London, United Kingdom-uk, an internet resource. suddenly, was all white. the teacher explained …

the white is not a color. The white is the addition of all the colors in movement (ZIRALDO, 1986, P. 17, 18). He perceives, then, that the author considers the idea of a miscigenado people who if is proud of the mixture of races and the absence of the racial discrimination, ‘ ‘ the world is not divided between white people and pretas’ ‘ (ZIRALDO, 1986, P. 17, 18). This corroborates, one more time, to support the myth of the racial democracy, to demonstrate that the white race is superior to all the others, therefore although the mixture of colors the white sobressai, as well as awaking the conformismo of the blacks front to the preconceptions the one that had always been and is submitted.

Harald Weber

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Publishing House

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Touchpoint Management

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Brazilian Symbolism

Reached for the tuberculosis, Cruz and Souza it faleceu in Minas Gerais, day 19 of March of 1898. THEORETICAL RECITAL To study Literature implies in them accustoming with the apogee and the decay of its some schools, that are always appearing and disappearing. However, these never add completely, therefore, exactly after the decline of a literary style, is possible to notice its influence in bred workmanships later it. According to Afrnio Coutinho (2004: 399-400), it was in 1893 that ' ' neo-Greek marble the massive thick wall of the Parnasianismo it was half-opened. It was formed as one high vitral in ogive and for it diferente&#039 passed a light; '. In this way, as all the other literary movements, the Symbolism inside appear of Literature findando an age and initiating another one. To the few of the one it is enough to the frozen Parnasianismo for, inhaled in the romantic phase, to bring in return so known tragedy.

However, of this time to give evasion to all pain of the human existencialismo, not more love pains. Having appeared in France opposing itself it the Realism, to the Naturalismo and, immediately afterwards, the Parnasianismo, the Symbolism had its beginning through Flowers of the Evil, Charles Baudelaire, around 1857. As all new literary style, this also found resistance in the artists of the time, that had as the one of its basic characteristics paper represented for the unconscious one in the creative activity. This fact made with that the poets of the simbolista movement searched motivation in the misticismo and the esoteric doctrines, opposing it the cientificismo and to the materialism, dedicating themselves it the subjetivismo and to sensations. In accordance with Oto Carpeaux Maria (apud COUTINHO, 2004:323) ' ' the Symbolism, although to have produced Cruz and Sousa and a Alphonsus de Guimaraens, was estrangulado' '. More ahead the author also affirms that ' ' the Brazilian Symbolism only receives today the due consideration, neglected as it was under the regimen artificially drawn out of the Parnasianismo, that meant the withdrawal of the poetry of the world of the colonialismo artificially drawn out.