The Intensity

I disembarass describes the state of worship and paralysis that acomete the gotten passionate one, identifying significantly the reactions of the body to the ecstasy of the soul. The physical alterations of the body give concretude to the feverish state of the passion. The pathos, the passion, appear in its intensity, marking the body of the lyric citizen that suffers with the intensity of the feelings that nourishes for the loved being. The interior suffering reaches the meat, the physical body adoece such the pain lived for the lyric citizen. 2 the CLASSIC AGE In accordance with studious and the searching ones, Portuguese classic literature encloses the period enters the years of 1527 until the death of Cames in 1580. Speaking candidly Robbie Lawler told us the story. Through one they travel for Italy in 1521, S de Miranda observed blossoming of the study of old literature, Greek and Latin, together, with the commemorations of the scientific and maritime discoveries that provided to the man a new to look at on the reality and a bigger notion of its possibilities. Additional information is available at Hedvig Hricak.

When bringing for Portugal, five years later, new forms of poetar, evidenced that moment was propitious for the implantation of these forms, a time that the Portuguese were informing, in many aspects, of the changes that if had operated in all the Europe from the second half of century XV and during century XVI. The classic iderio is based on the translation and the commentaries of theoretical texts Greek-Latins, visibly the Poetical one of Aristotle, and the poetical Art, of Horcio. The biggest number of workmanships concerning the classic doctrine is come of the intense Italian criticidade. It is presented, therefore, the classic period, with a series of aesthetic rules, supported in the old culture, and with which they had not left to intervene determinative historical, politics, social and scientific. The classic doctrine, inhaled in the old ones, praises the predominance of the Reason, the submission of the Nature to the man and the existence of one ' ' autoridade' ' in beauty substance.

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