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Difel, o texto foi escrito em Em O Romantismo , vol. Perspectiva, o texto foi escrito em The comparison between Nitheroy and the Atheneaum shows how, from the moment it rose, Brazilian Romanticism was not and could not be a pri- marily aesthetic and literary phenomenon as it had been in Germany. It was, instead, part of a larger political movement and in constant negotiation with several other areas. This is not to say that German and French Romanticism were apolitical; rather, as Friedrich Schlegel makes clear in fragment of the Atheneaum, even if the aesthetic, epistemological, and political revolutions of the late eighteenth century were but one, the emphasis for him should still be on the spirit and not on realpolitik or the material development of his country, as was usually the case in Latin America.
That is, for Schle- gel the quiet revolution of the spirit and of the subject was the privileged locus of the Romantic experience.
It is important to note that all four topics have some relation to the rising nationalism of the period and to the necessity of creating a sense of national unity, which the Brazilian elites took as their political mission as they aimed for the consolidation of the Brazilian nation-state Schwarz But what are these non-literary texts that make up the bulk of essays pub- lished in Nitheroy?
I, 35 Torres Homem sees in the colonizers, and in their choice of slavery as the prin- cipal means of production for the colony, one of the burdens that Brazil, now an Marcelo Lotufo independent country, must fight and overcome. Though Brazil would continue to depend on slavery for its work force after independence and would only end it officially in , Torres Homem explicitly blames the Portu- guese and avoids connecting the issue to the local elites that also profited from slavery. Now independent, he goes on, Brazil should speedily modernize itself towards its intrinsic and natural greatness.
This stance is emblematic of the period, and not particular to Nitheroy. Together with the disdain for the colonizer and the criticism of the colonial administration, Nitheroy expresses a desire to find new commercial and cultural allies for Brazil. Thus, it would take going to France for these young intellectuals to discover a more radical or Romantic voice and aesthetics that might give political meaning to their French affinities. Their relation to and interest in the French Revolution would, as previously mentioned, remain cir- cumstantial and unresistant to the cooptation of their movement by the Imperial Brazilian government.
This meant, for nineteenth-century Brazil, following a European teleological notion of progress. To modernize the country and improve its deficient infra- structure was a way of catching up with Western European nations. For Nitheroy and its contributors, Bra- zil was inefficient and wasteful, and because of the vices it had carried from the colonial period, it was not competitive enough in the global market.
The fourth nationalistic theme present throughout Nitheroy is the neces- sity to think about the newly independent Brazil within its own specificities. For these young intellectuals, Brazil should not merely copy Europe, but rather invest in its own original qualities. Nonetheless, the division and specialization that was already present, for instance, in certain currents of German Romanticism, was not feasible in Brazil, where aesthetic, literature, philosophy, and politics were all being thought and written about by the same intellectuals who were ellipsis 13 working towards the political goals of constructing an independent and united national state.
Several critics have already sketched the relation between Brazilian Romanticism and politics, but the dimensions of these connections and their comparative possibilities need to be better explored. Antonio Candido, for instance, has pointed out that early Brazilian Romanticism was influenced by nationalism and had politics in mind as much as aesthetics.
Looking at Nitheroy in its totality leaves no doubt regarding this point, and as one continues to follow the development of Brazilian Romanticism, the politi- cal aspect of this literary movement seems to remain at its center for most of the nineteenth century.
Reintroducing the centrality of politics into our analysis of Brazilian Romanticism can also help us relate Brazilian Romanticism to nineteenth-cen- tury literary movements elsewhere in Latin America, which have been stud- ied as primarily political Amante; Myers; Sommer.
Early nineteenth-century literature in Latin America has consistently been connected to the building of each particular nation state. Although the Brazilian choice of monarchism over republicanism, along with the different relationship each government established with its cultural elites, certainly pulled the Brazilian and Argen- tine movements in different directions, the necessity to consolidate their inde- pendence and to propose an enlightened national project out of colonialism remains an important point of contact that can allow for comparisons between the two countries.
During the next year, he wrote lyrics to chamber music pieces by Claudio Santoro. He met pianist Tom Jobim , who was commissioned to write music for the play. In , he was transferred to the Brazilian embassy in Montevideo , returning to Brazil in transit. With the release of this record, Moraes's career in music had begun. The songs of Jobim and Moraes were recorded by numerous Brazilian singers and performers of that time.
Renditions of many Jobim-Moraes numbers on Gilberto's first, second, and third albums established the sound and repertory of the bossa nova and influenced a generation of singers and songwriters, especially in Rio de Janeiro.
Moraes wasn't a natural singer.
He had a flat, nasal baritone voice, but he used background vocalists to sweeten the sound. The film was a co-production among France, Italy, and Brazil, and included " A felicidade " "Happiness" , a song by Jobim and Moraes, which became an international hit.
Later life[ edit ] During the s and s, Moraes collaborated with Baden Powell on a series of songs known as the Afro sambas.
During a purge at the Ministry of Foreign Relations, he was forcibly retired in at the age of Although taken aback by his forced retirement, he laughed at the case against him. When it was made known that the ministry purge was directed against "homosexuals and drunks", he jokingly retorted that his alcoholism was public knowledge.