By A. Freitas-Magalhães
"Persisto impelido em fazer de cada face um laboratório habitado por famintos pontos de interrogação", revela o Prof. Freitas-Magalhães, um dos mais reputados especialistas mundiais no estudo da expressão facial da emoção, neste seu extraordinário livro sobre a viagem única ao universo das emoções humanas. O Prof. Freitas-Magalhães acaba de ser distinguido pela Encyclopedia of Human habit, da Elsevier, em Oxford.
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"Persisto impelido em fazer de cada face um laboratório habitado por famintos pontos de interrogação", revela o Prof. Freitas-Magalhães, um dos mais reputados especialistas mundiais no estudo da expressão facial da emoção, neste seu extraordinário livro sobre a viagem única ao universo das emoções humanas.
In regards to the writer: Graciliano Ramos used to be broadly one in all crucial Brazilian authors of the twentieth century. He was once a seminal voice within the literary "regionalism" movement.
As a toddler Ramos lived in lots of towns of Northeastern Brazil, suffering from poverty and critical climatic conditions (droughts). After high-school, Graciliano went to Rio de Janeiro the place he labored as a journalist. In 1915 he traveled to Palmeira dos Indios, nation of Alagoas, to reside together with his father and in 1927 he used to be elected mayor.
In 1933 he released his first ebook, Caetés. many years later he used to be jailed by means of the Getúlio Vargas govt, on a cost that used to be by no means made transparent. His reports in prison could develop into a different own deposition, Memórias do Cárcere.
Graciliano died in 1953, on the age of 60. His "dry" kind of writing and the clash among the identity and the area are the numerous marks of his works.
About the ebook (in Portuguese):
“É pace de deixar o próprio Graciliano Ramos revelar suas relações com o cotidiano e as pessoas com as quais mais de perto conviveu — e isto sem a fragmentação de documentos e sem interpretações passionais”, escreve Heloisa Ramos, mulher do escritor, em nota de apresentação desse quantity, em 1982. O leitor conhecerá outra face deste que é um dos maiores autores do país.
In regards to the writer: Clarice Lispector was once a Brazilian author. Acclaimed across the world for her cutting edge novels and brief tales, she used to be additionally a journalist. Born to a Jewish relatives in Podolia in Western Ukraine, she was once delivered to Brazil as an youngster, amidst the mess ups engulfing her place of origin following the 1st global warfare.
Como avaliar as enormes transformacoes pelas quais o Brasil passou ao longo da ultima decada? O pais foi palco de profundas mudancas desde que elegeu o Partido dos Trabalhadores. Compreender e refletir o seu legado tornou-se uma tarefa incontornavel para pensar os rumos da nacao. 10 anos de governos pos-neoliberais no Brasil, coletanea organizada pelo sociologo Emir Sader, contribui para essa dificil empreitada, com reflexoes de alguns dos mais destacados pensadores brasileiros, como Marilena Chaui, Marco Aurelio Garcia, Marcio Pochmann, Luiz Gonzaga Belluzzo, Jose Luis Fiori, Luis Pinguelli Rosa e Paulo Vannuchi.
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By turning the blame back on her, he conceals his own change of heart over her independent behavior. Within the larger framework of the story, the societal insistence on Yoshiko’s chastity is more important in the end than the ideals of ren’ai. Once she admits that she is, as she says, “a fallen student [daraku jogakusei]” (88), indicating that she has in fact had sex with Tanaka, she loses both her status as an independent girl student and as an appropriate recipient of Tokio’s love. Tokio vindictively arranges for Yoshiko’s father to take her back home, while fantasizing about violating her himself: “Such thoughts led him to look on Yoshiko, whom he had formerly worshiped as heavenly, as some sort of prostitute, whose beautiful attitude and expressions, let alone her body, were nothing but contemptible” (87).
With the rise of popular press media in the 1920s and the explosion in the publication of magazines of all kinds, those targeted specifically at teen girls catered specifically to this new school girl culture by using this secret language. Just as the schoolgirl was a symbol of modernization, embodying all the anxieties associated with the cultural shifts of the Meiji period, so too did her language become a symbol of modern femininity. Linguistic anthropologist Miyako Inoue tracks the process by which schoolgirl speech became a normative mode of expression for girls and women in the late Meiji period.
This coda also emphasizes the importance of Christianity in girls’ education; although relatively few girls became devout as a result of their time at a mission school, the imagined connection between ren’ai, Christianity, and spiritual purity would become an important aesthetic component of girls’ culture. At the opposite end of the spectrum from Hamako is Hideko, a model of femininity and virtue in the face of adversity. Although Hideko had attended the same school as Hamako and Namiko, she was forced to quit after the death of her parents in order to support her younger brother.
A Psicologia das Emoções--O Fascínio do Rosto Humano by A. Freitas-Magalhães