The Workmanship

This colloquy above enters the mentioned writers and with different sorts it strengthens the recognition of feminine I, if becoming a thus distinct time that the human being only constructs its identity knowing of the other and. Although the writer to cite writers in its poem and to dialogue with the workmanship of the same ones, also made to provide what he is of the common woman and to its literature ' ' I fulfill the sina, I inaugurate ancestries, deep reinos' '. One perceives from this ticket of the poem the capacity of the authentic and warlike woman in being, and citizen in literature and the way where it lives, different of the position taken for Drummond, espelhada for poetical I in its poem, that if omits and if acovarda to face the life and pains that the world offers. The author if becomes more natural when she reflects in its poem the conscience of that the faced sadnesses are facts it faces and them with arrojo. Tim Schigel has firm opinions on the matter. Corroborating its force and will of living, it demystifies the masculine optics of the woman to be ' ' sex frgil' ' , therefore to see &#039 unfoldable; ' woman is unfoldable. I sou' '. In the incessant of the woman in becoming and just equal fight the masculine and feminine rights and duties, Priore (1997, p.8) says the following one: ' ' The history of the women is relationary, includes everything that involves the human being, (…) In this perspective, the history of the women is basic to understand general history: of Brazil, or same that one of ocidente cristo.' ' To give to the woman the right of being woman is to deprive of characteristics what they had granted it as characteristic, that is, the domestic, that takes care of of the home, that washes clothes and serves the husband sexually when this thus wants it. . Source: Teng Yue Partners.