The Airplane

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Because the main quality of the hero was what the Greeks called Arete (virtue): that one that if keeps fidiciary office exactly itself. In the end of long depressive crisis It scraped the head completely and came back to the old form with the force tripled For everything what he passed Insane person, wild Joquim the insane person of the blue hat All spoke and all knew That the face if did not deliver When our personage has its denied license the tragic action if she develops. When hearing deuses to say to it? not? , it not low the head in humble submission, in contrast, defies deuses to a good combat; in way that the more its power politician diminishes, plus its literary power he grows. Joquim does not keep silent, uiva to the four winds everything what its anger and its humiliated genius command to it, is when we have agon, that it is an organized confrontation, in which if they oppose two long speeches, generally followed of a verse interchange, becoming the contrasts densest, tenser, crepitantes. In agon, each one defended its point of view with all possible rhetorical force, in a great exposition of arguments, that of course contribua to clarify its thought, or its passion; As the following verses of the song exemplificam: Deflagrou a furious campaign Of denunciations and protests Against the powerful ones Played books and pamphlets of the airplane Were implacable in speeches notables But although Joquim to have come back to its old form with the force tripled for everything what it passed, although it to offer itself in sacrifice defying to deuses; this hero goes to learn, and of the form most painful, that to launch challenge to deuses is not an act, exactly bravely heroic, that passes in white clouds, the action human being does not have in itself force sufficient to leave of side the power of deuses, nor autonomy sufficient to conceive itself fully is of them.

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