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Sermão de Santo António (aos Peixes)

by António Vieira

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Para um sermão proferido em 1654 demonstra toda uma capacidade oratória e de imaginação metafórica impressionantes. Claramente que a leitura tem de ser feita de modo contextualizado, que este sermão se dirigia aos colonos portugueses no Brasil, e em que tudo o que se diz "aos peixes" é no fundo dito aos homens, aos colonos portugueses.
Em termos literários o mais interessante acaba por surgir entre o cruzamento do real, metafórico, imaginário e ainda religioso. Por exemplo os questionamentos sobre a Arca de Noé, e o dilúvio que fez com que restassem apenas dois exemplares de cada espécie, exceptuando os peixes, é verdadeiramente instigante. ( )
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