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Poesias Eróticas, Burlescas e Satíricas

Poesias Er ticas Burlescas e Sat ricas Vida e obra de Bocage s o feitas de violenta contradi o na transi o entre dois universos um ainda ligado ao pensamento gosto e sensibilidade neocl ssicos e outro anunciador da era rom ntica contrad

  • Title: Poesias Eróticas, Burlescas e Satíricas
  • Author: Manuel Maria Barbosa du Bocage
  • ISBN: 9789898508195
  • Page: 328
  • Format: Paperback
  • Vida e obra de Bocage s o feitas de violenta contradi o na transi o entre dois universos, um ainda ligado ao pensamento, gosto e sensibilidade neocl ssicos e outro anunciador da era rom ntica, contradi o que um agudo sentimento da personalidade acentua Pressente se na sua obra um mpeto rom ntico que o tempo que lhe coube viver n o permitiu ainda concretizar ple Vida e obra de Bocage s o feitas de violenta contradi o na transi o entre dois universos, um ainda ligado ao pensamento, gosto e sensibilidade neocl ssicos e outro anunciador da era rom ntica, contradi o que um agudo sentimento da personalidade acentua Pressente se na sua obra um mpeto rom ntico que o tempo que lhe coube viver n o permitiu ainda concretizar plenamente A sua poesia de s tira social, j atravessada por forte realismo cr tico, tem dupla vertente s ria e burlesca ditada pela filosofia racionalista de setecentista esclarecido, livre pensador inconformado com a intoler ncia e o fanatismo, por um lado, e pela sensibilidade pr rom ntica, de sujeito singular em conflito com o mundo, por outro Tamb m o amor pressentido na sua poesia como fatalidade, mau destino e vivido em termos dicot micos de amor puro, ascensional e amor vicioso, degradante, conduzindo ao conflito entre dever e desjo, em que frequentemente o s rdido prazer sai vencedor Isabel Pires de Lima

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    1. Manuel Maria Barbosa du Bocage

      Bocage was born in the Portuguese city of Set bal, in 1765, to Jos Lu s Soares de Barbosa and Mariana Joaquina Xavier l Hedois Lustoff du Bocage, of French family.Bocage began to make verses in infancy, and being somewhat of a prodigy grew up to be flattered, self conscious and unstable At the age of fourteen, he suddenly left school and joined the 7th Infantry Regiment but tiring of garrison life at Setubal after two years, he decided to enter the Navy He proceeded to the Royal Marine Academy in Lisbon but instead of studying he pursued love adventures, and for the next five years burnt incense on many altars, while his retentive memory and extraordinary talent for improvisation gained him a host of admirers and turned his head.The Brazilian modinhas, little rhymed poems sung to a guitar at family parties, were very popular at the time, and Bocage added to his fame by writing a number of these, by his skill in extemporizing verses on a given theme, and by allegorical idyllic pieces, the subjects of which are similar to those of Watteau s and Boucher s pictures In 1786 he was appointed guarda marinha in the Indian navy, and he reached Goa by way of Brazil in October There he came into an ignorant society full of petty intrigue, where his particular talents found no scope to display themselves the glamour of the East left him unmoved and the climate brought on a serious illness In these circumstances he compared the heroic traditions of Portugal in Asia, which had induced him to leave home, with the reality, and wrote his satirical sonnets on The Decadence of the Portuguese Empire in Asia, and those addressed to Affonso de Albuquerque and D Jo o de Castro The irritation caused by these satires, together with rivalries in love affairs, made it advisable for him to leave Goa, and early in 1789 he obtained the post of lieutenant of the infantry company at Dam o, India but he promptly deserted and made his way to Macau, where he arrived in July August According to a modern tradition much of the Lusiads had been written there, and Bocage probably travelled to China under the influence of another classic Portuguese poet, Lu s de Cam es, to whose life and misfortunes he loved to compare his own Though he escaped the penalty of his desertion, he had no resources and lived on friends, whose help enabled him to return to Lisbon in the middle of the following year.Once back in Portugal he found his old popularity, and resumed his vagabond existence The age was one of reaction against the Marquis of Pombal s reforms, and the famous intendant of police, Pina Manique, in his determination to keep out French revolutionary and atheistic propaganda, forbade the importation of foreign classics and the discussion of all liberal ideas Hence the only vehicle of expression left was satire, which Bocage employed with an unsparing hand His poverty compelled him to eat and sleep with friends like the turbulent friar Jos Agostinho de Macedo, and he soon fell under suspicion with Manique He became a member of the New Arcadia, a literary society founded in 1790, under the name of Elmano Sadino, but left it three years later Though including in its ranks most of the poets of the time, the New Arcadia produced little of real merit, and before long its adherents became enemies and descended to an angry warfare of words But Bocage s reputation among the general public and with foreign travellers grew year by year Beckford, the author of Vathek , for instance, describes him as a pale, limber, odd looking young man, the queerest but perhaps the most original of God s poetical creatures This strange and versatile character may be said to possess the true wand of enchantment which at the will of its master either animates or petrifies.

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    1. Soneto da dama cagandoCagando estava a dama mais formosa,E nunca se viu cu de tanta alvura;Porem o ver cagar a formosuraMette nojo à vontade mais gulosa!Ella a massa expulsou fedentinosaCom algum custo, porque estava dura;Uma charta d'amor de alimpaduraServiu àquella parte malcheirosa:Ora mandem à moça mais bonitaUm escripto d'amor que lisonjeiroAffectos move, corações incita:Para o ir ver servir de reposteiroÀ porta, onde o fedor, e a trampa habita,Do sombrio palacio do alcatreiro!


    2. HIS LIFE AROUND THE WORLDAround the year of 1781, Bocage becomes soldier in the regiment of Setúbal and two years after, he entered the Royal Navy corpse and then depart to Lisbon. In the Lusitanian capital the youth gentleman engaged with the intellectual life and bohemian of the place. During this time, he shows a poet attracted by the Greeks and Portuguese classics, as Camões, for example, that for Bocage was a model. The verses of the author during this phase tended to hold the literary va [...]


    3. O problema de ler um livro de poesia antigo, principalmente um que lida com os aspetos mais crus da vida, como o erótico, o burlesco e o satírico, é que a probabilidade de ficar datado é maior. Ser ou não de Bocage não o faz exceção. Poesias eróticas? Um dia talvez tenham sido. Burlescas? Sem dúvida, algumas ainda conservam o poder de fazer rir, ou, nem que seja, de promover um satisfeito sorriso pelo humor do poeta. Satíricas? Bem, a sátira ainda lá está, mas à distância do temp [...]


    4. Poesia SatíricaVós, ó Franças, Semedos, Quintanilhas,Macedos e outras pestes condenadas;Vós, de cujas buzinas penduradasTremem de Jove as melindrosas filhas;Vós, néscios, que mamais das vis quadrilhasDo baixo vulgo insossas gargalhadas,Por versos maus, por trovas aleijadas,De que engenhais as vossas maravilhas,Deixai Elmano, que, inocente e honrado,Nunca de vós se lembra, meditandoEm coisas sérias, de mais alto estado.E se quereis, os olhos alongando,Ei-lo! Vede-o no Pindo recostado,De [...]


    5. Bocage, poeta português, um dos maiores representantes do Arcadismo Português,era dono de um estilo desbocado. Neste volume, podemos nos deleitar com o 'Soneto Napoleônico', o 'Soneto de todas as Putas', o 'Soneto do Prazer Maior', entre outros.No entanto, sua obra não se resume apenas aos poemas satíricos.


    6. Ribeirada e A Manteigui é exatamente o que eu esperava do Bocage. Talvez incluísse A Empresa Nortuna, não sei. Aos demais, é um pouco fora da minha expectativa.


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