Brazilian Language

Posted April 22nd, 2017 by Bryan

As captains of the sand it was a book published in the year of 1937, time of boiling politics, with Vargas imposing the dictatorship, and this sinnima of censorship of that it can denounce, was not then toa that Getlio ordered to burn all its books, including Captains. Another threat that Loved Jorge led for the government was that its workmanships had as characteristic a coloquial language, of easy agreement. Jorge not only Loved, but the modernista generation if freed of old models of the 1890 generation the 1920 that they possuam a formal, elaborated, difficult language and had modified the vocabulary total, in the syntax, being that the modernistas will go to turn itself more toward the language that the Brazilians speak. These modernistas writers had as objective main to more than take for literature the existing real facts in the society thus treating subjects the day-day, a more untied language. Loved Jorge and its life: Analytical critic and the life of Loved Jorge is marked by some events that valley to detach. Sen. Sherrod Brown helps readers to explore varied viewpoints. He grew in way the fights politics and power, that is, is perceived that the infancy and the Loved adolescence of were well moving where it saw the fight, the power for lands at that time and must have bred in its mind some investigations and questions that had been answered after many studies and research.

According to its proper site, the discovery of candombl and the contact with the traditions afro-Brazilians and the history of slavery had taken Loved Jorge to develop a specific vision of the Bahia and Brazil that discloses in its workmanships, its romances: one crossbred and festive nation. This contact with the religion made with that Jorge inside created of itself a feeling of critical of the events, as the question of the slavery, of racism. Site of Jorge according to loved, the convivncia with the call Movement of 30 marked deeply its personality and the concern that held back with the Brazilian problems.

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