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The work characters are: I-Juca Pirama typical romanticized hero, perfect, without any discredit and that arouses good feelings in the burgher man reader , the Old Tupi I-Juca Pirama?

The Indian, adjusted to a strong honor feeling, typifies the proper natural power of the American Indian, his high culture for his people, which is represented in the way he accepts his people?

The Brazilian Indian is a clone of the medieval rider of the romantic European novels, as of Walter Scott? The poem is presented as ten cantos, organized like an epic-dramatic composition. All of them are ruled by the presentation of an Indian, whose character and heroism are highlighted every moment.

Timbira tribe? Describes the Timbiras? Introduction of the tupian warrior I-Juca Pirama. I-Juca Pirama, imprisoned for the Timbiras, recites his song of death and asks for to the Timbiras let him go to take care of his weak and blind father. Due to the tupian warrior death song, that Timbiras understood as a coward act, they disqualify him for the sacrifice.

The son comes back to his father, who notices a smell of Timbiras? So, they both leave for the Timbiras? The Timbiras? The ashamed father curses the supposed coward son. The enraged tupian warrior launches his war shout and valiantly defeats everyone in the name of his honor.

The old Timbira narrator surrenders under the tupian power and says the famous phrase:? Boys, I saw?. Memories are narrated by an old Timbira Indian, in a?

I-Juca Pirama? The tupian hero is taken prisoner for the Timbiras, cannibal warriors. Before being deceased, the tupian warrior is imposed to begin his death song, singing his deeds, bravery and adventures, once the Timbiras believed that his courage as warrior and his honor would pass to everyone who, after the death rite, ate his body parts.

I-Juca Pirama tells his history, talks about his bravery, the enemy tribes, his struggles, fights against the Aimores, but thinking about his blind, sick, old and hungry father, without a guide, he asks for that they leave him to live. This puts him down as a coward and the Timbiras? You are free, leave?. The tupian warrior promises to him that he will come back after his father? At Canto VI, back to his father, the hero, who was prepared for the ritual, talks with his blind father, who feels the smelling from the strong tints that had been passed over the warrior?

So, the father asks his son:? Then, as the son let him know what had happened, but being unaware of the true reason for the son?

The son reacts and decides to show he is not a coward. He shouts? The old man ears, surprised by the son? The honor of the hero is then recovered. The young warrior cried for his father. And, as he was misunderstood, he fought as a? Critical analysis. The work is full of indianisms and it is very easy to characterize this for the used lexicon.

The I-Juca Pirama poem gives us a closer view for the Indian linked to his customs. It is worthy of notice that it is also very idealized and shaped to the romantic taste. The Indian, integrated in the natural environment and, most of all, adequate to an honor feeling, reflects the honor?

That is the case in King Arthur and the Round Table. The idealism, the fancied ethnography, the situations developed as episodes from the big, heroic and tragic deed of the Brazilian Indian civilization, which suffers the degradation from the white conqueror and colonizer, has, in their form and composition, reflexes of the epopee, the classic tragedy and the Dark Ages romances of historical feat.

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