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Antonio Gonzaga

January 14, 2018 in News Tags:

This research has for objective to make an analysis of four poetries, being of the author, Gregorio de Matos of the Baroque literary school and four liras of Toms author Antonio Gonzaga, of the Arcadismo. Detaching of this form, the external and internal structures. But before making one it analyzes, is necessary to understand a little on the historical context that are inserted such authors. The first one to be emphasized is the Baroque one, which was an attempt of conciliation between the teocentrismo and the antropocentrismo, that since the Average Age, a Christian thought was established in the belief in one alone God, gentleman of all universe, therefore believed that, the more he helped the church, but its place was guaranteed in the sky, of this form from century XIV, the teocentrismo was substituted by a new vision of world, the antropocentrismo, that is, the man as the center of the investigations and concerns. Thus influenced for the religious questions and the attempt of a return to the teocentrismo, the Baroque one, in the attempt to conciliate these religious values to the ideas of the antropocentrismo, it finished characterizing itself for the contrast as, sky/land, human being/the holy ghost,/clearly dark, was as to live come back toward the land, the body, the passions of this world, but also to live come back toward the sky, to the search of the salvation of the soul and the necessity of God. Influenced for these conflicts, the writers produced literary texts with sufficiently clear characteristics, as the use of contrasts, where the text goes to show ' ' choque' ' between the life and death, love and God, another one are the pessimism, that points the conflict between I and the world, that is, the life in the land is sad while in the sky is luminous, the intensity is another characteristic, where the man goes to feel the desire to express the pain that is feeling, and still in the Baroque o frequent use of language figures and thought as, the paradox, antithesis, hiprbole, metaphor, prosopopias amongst others.

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