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Justification This proposal happens to be the result of a great interest in knowing how satire was produced in the early days and why it became what it is today. To work with satirical poetry is related to who wrote it and how this person was involved with society in his or her life period.

To summarize, what satire and erotic poetry cause is what interests in this study. Research question The epigram, only considered as a poetic genre in the middle of the fourth century BC, proclaimed, at first, votive and epithelial inscriptions in honor of well-known people and figures.

Because of their brevity and limitation of refined eloquence, such inscriptions became a genre in the early third century BC. In view of this, it is possible to analyse that the epigrams of this period were elaborated with an obligatory brief form.

In relation to the subject itself, many of these epigrams made tributes to the lesser gods, because of their brevity. It is understood, therefore, that for the greater gods, elaborate discourses and tributes should be managed through higher genres such as the tragedy and the epic.

Thus, the epigrammatic genre became a device for the elocution of Latin and Greek poems towards the subaltern gods. This established the epigrammatic genre as a form of ancient poetry in addition to the advent of something properly obscene. Then, the poetry to the god Priapo appears.

Priapus, a divinity presumed by the representation of fecundity and productivity, was a minor god who had as its main aspect his enormous genital. In addition, the lesser god was also represented in Nature as the god of procreation, being recognized for its power to exacerbate crops, animals and other living things.

So widespread was his fame that in rural towns, harbors or on slopes, the image of the male genital phallus that evoked Priapus was regarded as a kind of amulet that protected the plantations. However, although placed in solemn, and sometimes religious contexts, Priapo was a personified object that, besides its more serious form, provided laughter by reason of its effeminate and hermaphrodite images, and also by its amorous and sexual completeness.

Over the years, laughter itself has been reinvented and the reason for laughing has been reshaped into new contexts and new realities. Moving from the reality of laughter to Priapo in antiquity and taking a look into the reality of Brazil in the seventeenth century, it is possible to observe the presence of the Baroque in the formation of Brazilian Literature.

In this period, according to the author Gleidys Meyre da Silva Maia , "the baroque would be the link of continuity of a literary tradition, an anti-normative tradition that feeds itself with ruptures, fractures within the current order. Many years later, in , he was offered the post of Portuguese ambassador to the Holy See.

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However, faithful to his vocation as a businessman, he declined that post. Working in the field of finance from an early age, he reconciled work with study which he was obliged to interrupt on a number of occasions , finishing the diplomatic and consular portion of the Lisbon higher course in economics and finance with a final grading of Already in the summer of , the British ministry of economic warfare MEW was pursuing a policy of its own, which was not infrequently at odds with that of the foreign office.

Here we should remember that throughout the war years, one of the guiding principles of British and Allied policy was to apply pressure on the banks of neutral countries, in other words the financial intermediaries of their clients. This opinion was not shared by the Foreign Office. He is no more pro- German than he is pro-British It is his policy to be on good terms with everyone. From all over the continent, particularly from , they poured into Portugal.

They confided their portable assets to trusted credit institutions or claimed funds transferred beforehand in anticipation of the opportunity to start afresh in the new world.

Letter from Augusto de Castro to Georges Bidault.

I remember when Maurice Rothschild arrived here. He went to see my father at the bank and told him that he wanted to go to the US if he could find a way to do so. And my father did in fact make the necessary arrangements, but as Maurice had left his daughter in Bayonne, my father told him to arrange for his daughter to join him. His daughter arrived, and they then boarded a US-bound ship.

I remember seeing them here on the 7 terrace of our house in Cascais. Another member of that family who was welcomed in our country was Henri de Rothschild.

BES historical archives, Correspondence received, June 9, A detailed report on his movements from July 4 to July 27 by the P. The Duke spent those days either on visits to Lisbon, most of which were devoted to discussions with the British embassy on matters related to his situation his passport had been withdrawn after he refused to return to England , or playing golf one of his greatest pleasures in Estoril.

They went on walks in Sintra, in Quinta da Marinha, or just in the grove of pine trees surrounding the house. While in Lisbon, the Duke visited American ships, among which was the Manhattan, which had come to Lisbon with the express purpose of taking aboard some two thousand US citizens on their way home. On one occasion only, on July 10, the Duke visited the Spanish embassy to meet Javier Bermejillo, a long-time friend. Nevertheless, he was under a great deal of pressure and, moreover, a prisoner of his own wounded pride.

However, even though his bitterness over his abdication and his sympathies for Hitler entirely passive, according to Hugo Vickers in his book The Private World of the Duke and Duchess of Windsor , made him susceptible to German blandishments, when the time came to make a final decision, his patriotism overcame his hesitations. We will therefore analyse this as closely as we can.

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There were others, but these for various reasons among which the post-war British censorship were not included in the extraordinary collection of German foreign ministry documents contained in more than 50 volumes Documents on German Foreign Policy published in English in In the light of this offer, the German ambassador asked for instructions from foreign minister Ribbentrop, a wine merchant up to the time of his appointment to office in On the following day, Ribbentrop asked his ambassador to do everything possible to keep the Duke in Spain for two weeks.

However, the Duke and his entourage left for Lisbon on July 2, according to plan. But there is some confusion on this point because the Spanish minister believed that he had really gone to Lisbon to obtain some money!

Hence more discretion was needed in the telegram to Ribbentrop. It was said that the Duke talked too much.

He was an emotional man who made light of the need for discretion in his conversation and confidences. It was said too that he was sullen and resentful towards Churchill, the British government, and his sister- in-law more than towards his brother ; he was openly opposed to the conflict between Britain and Germany and insisted that had he been on the throne there would have been no war. But this was not all. He was intransigent in his insistence that since Wallis was not recognized as a member of the royal family, it was out of the question for him to return to England; rather than do so he would go back to Spain.

The latter did not reply until ten days later.

Meanwhile, with the Duke now in Lisbon, he devised a more ambitious plan. The German foreign minister did not reply to any of the lengthy telegrams sent to him by his ambassador in Madrid between July 12 and The Labyrinth.

Monckton was successful in persuading him to leave. Faced with failure once more, the most active conspirators would make one last desperate attempt. In later years, the Duke would categorically deny this.

In this telegram it was suggested that someone — Huene or another Portuguese emissary — should induce the banker to put the following question to his guest: what would he do if he could get in touch with the German government? If the answer was in the affirmative, the Duke would need to return to Spain — a development desirable from every aspect, not least from that of his personal safety, for as the conspirators claimed, this was threatened by the British intelligence services, whose plan was to assassinate their former king.

Furthermore, that it would be desirable for the Duke to prepare himself to enter into close cooperation with the Third Reich.However, the Duke and his entourage left for Lisbon on July 2, according to plan.

During the following weeks, with the active participation of some members of the Spanish government, the German foreign office would foment a crude conspiratorial intrigue that was to involve members of the Portuguese, the German and the British governments, as well as various other persons. Find Cascais's finest hotels at the lowest prices!

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Very ill, he managed to return to Brazil the following year, but he was prohibited from entering Bahia and from distributing his poetry. Cascais introduction and why visit Cascais? Share Pin Email.

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