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Evidenced in last estrofe, where a great difference between two poems inhabits, the space referencial, the romantic poem mentions Brazil to it, of Oswald de Andrade mentions the So Paulo to it, symbol of the progress of the country. 3. FINAL CONSIDERAES Ahead of what it was displayed throughout this research, were proved that texts are susceptible to the influence of previous texts, keeping interior and exterior relations with them. The texts dialogue between itself for the most varied forms and purposes. Using itself of the analysis of the content of two poems we importantssimos of Brazilian literature, ‘ ‘ Song of exlio’ ‘ of Gonalves Days and ‘ ‘ I sing of return to ptria’ ‘ of Oswald de Andrade, pertaining the different and ambientados literary schools in different partner-cultural contexts, as dialogue actively with the first one, by means of the resource of the parody.

Both present nationalism as subject, however in different vises, the poem of Gonalves Days presents a romantic, exaggerated vision and proud, a perfect native land, already intertexto presents a vision next to the reader, using simple terms, not only shows to the virtues more also the imperfections of the nation, as the aluso to the slavery and for the fact of ‘ ‘ terra’ ‘ to have ‘ ‘ almost more amores’ ‘ , demonstrating a realistic vision of the poet in relation to the native land. In such a way, it confirms itself that a text does not possess a complete autonomy, does not appear ‘ ‘ of nada’ ‘ , it always keeps a intertextual relation with other texts. For this, authors use the most varied forms of manifestation of the intertextualidade. BIBLIOGRAPHICAL REFERENCES BAKHTIN, Mikhail. Questions of aesthetic literature and. So Paulo: Hucitec, 1988.

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