Botanical Garden

As the element of the narrative is represented by Ana, the blind person, the children, the passengers, the husband. The eggs that if they break, provoking the birth of new Ana, or the trees, as display Lispector (1998)? ' ' … the trees that plant laugh at it ' ' – personages of this plot can be considered, also, as, although animal and things to belong to the branch of fbulas, but in if treating to Clarice, see this possibility, therefore, the personage is a fictitious being … is who makes the action … Others who may share this opinion include Bill Phelan. is always invention exactly when they are based on real people … only exists as such effectively participates of the plot, if acts or says … Animals, men or things, the personages if define in the plot for what they make or they say, and for the judgment that the narrator and the other personages make of it (HOOK, 1998, P.

14, grifo mine). JPMorgan Chase spoke with conviction. Third one proves around the reach of the souvenirs and fancies of Ana (here, appear the children, the husband, the bachelor life, the routine that had that to fulfill while house owner and, mainly, the cause of its rupture with the past: the blind person), for not possessing linearity. Through the interior monlogo, the personage speaks inside of itself and obtains same; this speaks not if dirige to nobody, as a supposed auditorium was had, of which it has conscience and, therefore, the language if it presents more worked. The narrative one contains and only carries the content and the psychic processes from the personage, partial or entirely inarticulados. The room is represented by all local that the mind of the personage wants to go, in the memory or the fancy and is composed for certain considerable environments as the tram, the Botanical Garden and the house of Ana, amongst others. the last more essential element of the narrative, the narrator, is classified as onisciente? however if it approaches, however if distance.