Jul 07 2018

The Memorial

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MC, p 49. It is born to break of this dialogue a history of love without guilt or collections, Blimunda if allows to be with Baltasar without questions, without reasons. Its pureness is delivers it, for love, of the gotten passionate form simplest and, without commitment, guilt. Its capacity on the inside to see, leaves it certain of that, with that man, it will divide a life. In the relationship told for the author between Blimunda and Baltasar, it is possible sees the complicity and allegiance between them, what it makes with that confesses it: ' ' I can on the inside look at of the people ' '. MC, 69.

It who only has such powers will be in jejum, therefore she eats before opening the eyes. Blimunda, in a loving and protective attitude saves Baltasar and same it when it promises that it will see never it on the inside. It is intelligent and it knows the differences between it and the mother in regards to the vises that both possess. It did not import the preset concepts, the dogmas, the received teachings. She questioned the saints, did not obtain to conceive sanctity in common people. It was surprise when, in jejum, she did not obtain to see God in hstia.

CONCLUSION the personages worked for the author represent the pertaining women to a repressive society and hypocritical, each one lived in its world, even so both has something in common, the sensuality and the desire for the accomplishment to live freely. The Memorial romance of the Convent makes in them to analyze how much to the capacity to truily see the things that are distant of us, because in the truth, we only see what we desire. The Blimunda personage was special, therefore she could see what the common people could not: the essence, the truth of the things. this consists of also seeing what it is ackward, what he is dirty, sad, what all we prefer not to see. D.Maria Ana, represented the woman model submissa, without belief in its values, lived in a superficial world, representing only what the people wanted to see, the hypocrisy. The personages are constructed simultaneously with the plot. The details are important in this composition, the gestures, the interaction established with the personages, to symbolic associations used by the narrator. They are who assume attitudes that defy the norms of the adjusted behavior, threaten the social rules and reformulate the REFERENCES SARAMAGO, Jose. Memorial of the Convent. So Paulo: Publishing Way. Lisbon, 1982. Available Access in 06 of June of 2011. Available Access in 13 of June of 2011.

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