CAP Calling

In the place of the recognition of the active paper dopersonagem, the teatral metaphor agenciada by the narrator suggests inexorabilidadede a traced destination already. Let us analyze the CAP. I, already thinking that the reader would like to desaber what inspired the name of the book, Axe counts the fact that brought talnome to it to the idea. Then, it comes the first one speaks directed to the reader: ' ' Not consultesdicionrios. Casmurro is not here in the direction that they give to it, but in what lheps vulgo of silenced and put man I obtain. Dom came for irony, to paraatribuir me fumos of fidalgo.' ' In the CAP. II, 1 paragraph, it says: ' ' Now that expliqueio heading, start to write the book.

Before this, however, let us say the reasons queme put the penalty in mo.' ' Before counting to the reader history, it of – aotrabalho to justify itself why it decided to count it even though and why it gave livroo name of Dom Casmurro. It is a book made in interaction with the reader, or pelomenos with the reader imagined for the narrator. Thus, a reader creates who becomes-setambm personage of the romance. This it until confesses, when calling it ' ' leitordas mine entranhas' ' 1. as is this reader who it imagines? In some tickets, Axe characterizes its reader, calling it for times ' ' amigo' ' 2 when one imagines to it, or dizendo' ' senhores' ' 3 when an auditorium of listeners to who imagines is to acontar its history. In the CAP. LVIII, when counting of the feminine images queassaltavam its imagination, and to show that in its point of view these viseseram pecaminosas, of inside of its Bentinho personage, invokes its leitorespara to guess as it won these vises, calling them ' ' Scholars dEscritura' ' 4.