• Posted on July 20, 2018 at 5:41 am

Beyond these personages it also has others that they enroll in this conception dialectic between personage and space-object, Pombinha incarnates this relation of different form, for example: exactly liveing in the tenement house she was seen as the flower-do-tenement house, without badnesses, fragile and pure. … The busy hands with the book of prayers, the handkerchief and the parasol … is same a flower (…) calculating per the eighteen years, did not have pay the nature cruento the tribute of the puberty. … (p 76) However, the personage Leone, the prostitute, makes with that Pombinha if rebels its desires inserts and it in this world.

These the personages, however are not rebelled with the sexual impulsiveneness imposed by the inhabitants of the tenement house; Pombinha and Leone are described as not the vulgarization of the sexual impulses, contrariadamente the description of the other personages of the tenement house, seen as enslaved personages of the sexual impulses. Those, portray plus an ironic form of commercial sex. That is, they deform the way where they live, depriving of characteristics it. However, what it describes the imposition of the way on the Pombinha personage, it is the form as Leone seduces Pombinha describing, thus, the relation dialectic between the personages and the space, generating a conflict of values, therefore after all, the author also describes the homossexualidade as one of the attributes decurrent of this space. The relation dialectic between personage and space in ' ' The Cortio' ' of Aluzio de Azevedo – Peter of the S. Branches Grandson 4 This description of the reality, defines a normalization aspect that, in century XIX, was described with much objetividade, of minute form, with particularismos, kept out of society personages and spaces and the biological vision of the man. Procedures these that if insert under forms that if adaptam the concepts that, in the social scope, mainly in what about the Brazilian culture, if define with dualismos5 dialticos6, described in the assay of Robert Of the Matta7.

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