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Non-fiction He received international recognition after the publication in of his first non-fiction work, How Proust Can Change Your Life. Num mesmo mito.

Num mesmo sentido. A sua com- apresenta muitas formas. Abrindo mundo povoado por seres de desejo. A robustez do seu corpo, o ensimesmamento Pedro dilacerado teima e consegue fazer vingar a sua vontade. De um sentimento que amorosas. Num outro registo relacional, Num interior escuro, em que apenas se vislumbra uma luz ao fundo, uma figura as narrativas dos demais desenhadores presentes evocam amores feitos de cumplicida- feminina, de costas para o espectador, atravessa o quadro.

Mas, basta. Fechando o ciclo, resta-nos mencionar dois artistas: Jorge Pinheiro e Pablo Picasso. Linda Archer, London, Faber and Faber, Ida Boavida, Lisboa, Difel, Ana Hatherly, Lisboa, Vega, The contours of a sentiment Passion is that form of love that refuses the immediate, avoids dealing with bathed what is near, and if necessary invents distance so as to realise and exalt itself more completely.

This definition applies to most true literary romances, though I cannot under any circumstances accept some of the best works included in this literary genre, for independently of their artistic quality or in Human fame or the breadth of their humanity, I include in this category only those works where the medieval archetype of Tristan presides. Not only in the physical, erotic sense of the term, but also in its secular cultural legacy.

Its history has as many gradations as it has authors; or rather, there are as many versions of the myth that embodies the idea of love and that shapes us, both as human beings and as Europeans.

We know that the concept of love, as Eros, was born in Greece.

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Its founding narrative was famously first articulated by Plato, that most celebrated of philosophers of antiquity. Hence, beginning in perfection as the original androgyne, we end our days condemned to our status as divided, self-amputated beings, whose only moment of illusory com- pleteness is achieved in an erotic embrace, in sexual fusion: This founding myth formed around that which we lack — the myth of our decline from an earlier existence as complete beings — travelled across Europe, but the Chris- tian spirit turned it towards a transcendental god: Livros Horizonte, , p.

Essays on the Myths of Love, New York: Pantheon Books, It was therefore felt nec- people was experienced and attacked, suffered and brought abruptly to an end: Essays on the Myths of Love.

Like Tristan and Isolde, emotions — substitutes the erotic urge residing at the heart of this narrative.

However, in the Portuguese story, the symbolic elements of the narrative bear all the necessary courtly love is configured as an impossibility, furnishing the narrative with obstacles, characteristics of a love story worthy of Shakespeare. Indeed, the story of Pedro and thus expunging its triviality, turning it towards its properly heroic destiny.

In the structure has, nonetheless, distinct features at different times. In the first place, love, former story, Isolde is betrothed to the king whom Tristan serves. On the way to the marriage ceremony, a love nier, , and in all respects, may be confused with passion.

Now, it is a well-known potion accidentally imbibed incontrovertibly and tragically alters the course of events. It is no coincidence that the word Love — that terrible wound — now opens to devour the lovers who, tossed between has sacrificial overtones.

Passion — and especially if, as habitually occurs, it needs to be honour and the abyss, allow themselves to be possessed. In the multiple vicissitudes of contested in order to gain momentum — leads us towards a personal, private, heroic the narrative, they manage to realise their love, their carnal passion, a feeling that is, as Olympus.

And it is not only in romanticism that excess is praised. As one of the best Rougemont shows us, devoid of all serious content.

Nothing Passion with passion meets, fervent and excessive: Many have been lost to love, or to the idea of love — for these often amount to Indeed, Tristan and Isolde embody the typical case of courtly love, as it came to be the same thing, confounding the concept with its application to a particular subject. Editorial Castro, the lady in waiting of his betrothed, Verbo, , p. Even in death, the lovers meet up again, for their final, long, simply erotic, less romantic twentieth ethos. With marriage as the obstacle invincible and entering the public domain as a worthy literary and artistic pretext.

After talking of obstacles, there betrothed, a partnership of political convenience rather than love, thus providing the remains little to be said. Yes, for centuries we have assumed the happiness has noth- fertile ground for a love that defines its purpose as the overcoming of this obstacle.

Tolstoy made this very clear: Or at least, that is how we In effect, the greater the obstacle, the more powerful it becomes and the stronger must prove love to be, following a long tradition that links it first to the body, then to the love it elicits. Empowered by the capacity to respond to the impediments placed in the soul, and always to death, that island on which the human being both defines and the way of passion, this daemon gains strength and legitimacy for the lovers, providing loses itself.

And they lived happily ever after has no possible exegesis. The curtain falls. For is it not a lukewarm love that is discouraged by the first obstacles? Judging more by literary than historical sources, it is the myth of love itself as though she were some foul perfidious foe. It is successive and increasingly powerful obstacles that nourish this love; a love In a short essay on the literary romance,6 Milan Kundera asserts that this is the that is crowned both symbolically and literally, both by the power of Pedro, now king, genre that defines Europe Kundera, Indeed, as with Tristan ation.

Porto Editora, ; precisely what Bocage suggests in the continuation of the abovementioned sonnet: Their spirits remain unsul- complex and rich than we might at first glance believe it to be. Despite imputing reasons from If we argue that love is also central to European thought Passerini, , then we which the loved one is exempt, there is no hint of darkness in their story. Their love is might infer that the love story not only the romance formally born with modernity, untarnished, their mutual dedication undisputed.

Despite all of this, death is their only but also the narrative — the novel — of the love relationship is an intrinsically European destiny, the only place where they will find peace. We need no hard facts. Suffice it to say that it is thus that we enter the realm of myth. Mostly, blood national identity. For love is exigent: Love is a unique terrain, with its own rules, with a punitive and demanding at least of one of them.

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One need think no further than Werther, or than tales of lov- god who shelters the lovers, while at the same time forcing them to denounce every- ers enmeshed in intricate plots, like those of Alexandre Dumas or the historical novels thing and everyone that preceded their condition.

It is in this light that we must think of Walter Scott. The list is almost infinite: Timeless alliances. Eros and Thanatos. Invidious destinies. Leda The success of this construction was ensured by certain seductive elements that and the Swan; Europa and the bull; Echo and Narcissus; Helen and Paris; Tristan and Isole; permeate these narratives: A fatal decades, with a vast body of literature exposing the sway of Eros, true to that medieval erotic attraction, plunging us back towards our most profound, archaic roots, into the tradition, it is indisputable that we continue to need to find that defining axis through arms of the daemon; and then its logical, historical extension into the tradition of the which love grants meaning to the self; confirming each unique identity, conceding to it troubadours.

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The two lovers are young and pure, victims of a force larger than them- the possibility of illumination. We search for an-other the embodiment of love in the selves. Quite how or when this idea had entered his head, no one knew, but he now refused to sit amro anywhere for fear that he would? Romances are never as pure as those we imagine during long train journeys, as we secretly contemplate a beautiful person who is gazing out of the window — a perfect love story interrupted only when the beloved looks back into the carriage and starts up a dull conversation about the excessive price of the on-board sandwiches with a neighbour or blows her nose aggressively into a handkerchief.

Preferable in almost every way, the philosophy of mature love is marked by an active awareness of the good and bad within each person, it is full of temperance, it resists idealization, it is free of jealousy, masochism, or obsession, it is a form of friendship with a sexual dimension, it is pleasant, peaceful, and reciprocated and perhaps explains why most people who have known the wilder shores of desire would refuse its painlessness the title of love.

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