August Nh

Already I made penance these years all, and I cannot have damage of them! If I wanted to esperdiar this made penance, I was without a thing and another one. 4 The existencial conflict of the hero is so explicit that the permeia narrator onisciente its thoughts between the moralizadora conscience and the insistent dammed desires: Was alone bulir with mouth that its Joozinho Bem-Bem (…) and all broke with Major Consilva, with Ovdio, with woman with all-the-world that had had hand or speaks in its desgarrao (…) but, which, was there that it was lost, exactly, that it punished it to God with harder hand (…), and alone then that it knew of that skill was caught to its penance, and understood that this history of if sailing with religion, and of wanting to take off its soul of the mouth of the demon was the same thing that to enter in a onward brejo that, for backwards and for the sides, he is always dificultoso and it always bogs more. 5 the psychic cruelty that the citizen if imposes is characterized by the will of if to find culprit and of if punishing for the containment of the wills, fact that discloses pleasure in being cruel I obtain same. August Nh felt homesicknesses of women and the force of the life in it latejava (…). Thus, yes, that it was good for making penance, with the temptation stimulating. (…) It was enough to it to pray and to support firm, with the devil close, overwhelmd there and apanhando of rijo, that was a 6 pleasure the remorse state makes with that August Nh develops a private breaking of itself through the repression of the natural instincts. For Nietzsche, a citizen that thus floodgate demonstrates ' ' a soul broken to the half one voluntarily that it suffers for the pleasure from sofrer.' ' 7.