Poetical Symbolism

INTRODUCTION the Symbolism Appeared in France, the end of century XIX, and had as main representatives Mallam, Verlaine and Baudelaire. These poets abandon the principles of the realistic and parnasiana school and dedicate &#039 to it; ' cult of the etreo, the subjective one, the obscure one, the vacant, sugestivo' ' ; they reject the myth of the descriptive precision; for them, the poetical word must before suggest that to dominate. In 1857, in France, Charles Baudelaire (1821-1867) published the Flowers of the Evil and in 1866 it left the first number the anthology Le Parnasse Contemporain. In this, parnasianas productions had been displayed as many compositions simbolistas how much. This literary movement that preceded the World War I (1913-1918) appears as reaction to materialistic and cientificistas chains of the industrial society of the beginning of century XX. The word symbolism is originary of the Greek, and means to place together. The simbolistas, denying the parnasianos, had abolished the cult to the form of its compositions. The symbolism divided with that style the space cultural European enters the end of century XIX and the beginning of century XX.

BRAZILIAN SYMBOLISM INFLUENCES AND CHARACTERISTICS the Symbolism, in Brazil, represents one of the times most important of our literary and cultural history. This movement penetrated in our country, for intermediary of Medeiros and Albuquerque, that, since 1891, received books from the French decadentistas. In 1893, Cruz and Sousa publish Missal and Broquis, workmanships that define the history of the Brazilian Symbolism. It enters the last decades of century XIX and principles of century XX, the simbolistas had coexisted in a period where Brazil looked for to conquer its mental maturity and its autonomy. Exactly after the 1822 independence, the Metropolis still continued to exert its colonialista action. The commerce, the banking transactions, the press was under the influx of the Metropolis.

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