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In Act III, scene 9 Chatel confronts Paula and gives the clever servant a splendid opportunity for thinking on her feet.

Beatriz is superior to Bernardim, not inferior as in the case of Roman comedy, a point that will be returned to later. Meu pobre pai, como ele vive enganado! The joke depends on the ironic use of the modern titles Dona and Mademoiselle, garreth French word being a hint that Gil Vicente was always prepared to follow the fashions of the court.

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While in England, in EdgbastonWarwickshirehe began his association with Romanticismbeing subject to the first-hand influences of William Shakespeare and Walter Scottas well as to that of Gothic aesthetics. Manuel and Chatel are aroused. She tells him that Bernardim insisted on taking part in the play because he was madly in love with her, Paula. And yet although situations as complex as this never arise in Terence, the scene has its original inspiration in a Davus or a Syrus with his back to the wall coming up with something which will appease an outraged senex or a leno who thinks he has been tricked verdads of his girl and his money.

Garrett, as dramatist, tends to be a man of a single work.

This does not mean that Um Auto de Gil Vicente is nothing but a classical comedy. InGarrett published Romanceiro e Cancioneiro Gerala collection of folklore ; two years later, he wrote the first volume of his historical novel O Arco de Santana fully published init took inspiration from Victor Hugo ‘s The Hunchback of Notre Dame. The suspicions of both D. Falar verdade a mentirfor example, is a one-act play of based on an original by the French dramatist Scribe.

A young man of good family, referred to by critics since ancient times as adulescensloves a young woman, puella or meretrix. Filipa de Vilhena are three-act plays, but others are much shorter. The play does indeed break with theatrical tradition, including in the purely formal sense, since it has three acts rather than the classical five and the rule of the three unities is treated with some flexibility.


A lithograph of Garrett, by Pedro Augusto Guglielmi.

Manuel, is opposed to it, because his daughter is promised to the Duke of Savoy. Verdaxe in garret case of Um Auto de Gil Vicente it is not necessary to invoke this argument, because marriages of state are a form of prostitution. Um Auto de Gil Vicente is not exactly forgotten. The difference between them is social; as artists and as human beings they have much in common. It is not just a question of the servant being cleverer than his or her master or mistress, which had long been a potentially subversive element in the classical comic tradition.

He is regarded as one of history’s greatest Romanticists and a true revolutionary and humanist. Garrett died of cancer in Lisbon at 6: Gil Vicente the man is characterized in much the same way as Gil Vicente the dramatist. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. The point has already been made that Um Auto de Gil Vicente is almsida many layered play.

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And the true hero of the piece, a caracter of selfless nobility, is a woman almost unknown to history. There are two ways in which the structure, and not just the characterization, of Um Auto de Gil Vicente develop or subvert the Roman model. She is of different social class, often a slave girl, captured in infancy and sold into prostitution. Inhe moved to Coimbra to study at the University law school. On two occasions in the play Bernardim approaches Beatriz, though on both his impetuosity nearly gets him into serious trouble.

The same irony reappears in D.

It is an extremely complex work of literature, which incorporates many mentlr diverse forms of discourse. There is no doubt that Gil Vicente and his troupe are treated as servants, a fact which his daughter Paula, easily the most perceptive of these characters, bitterly resents: Luiz Francisco Rebello, for example, starts his account of Romantic drama inclearly privileging Um auto de Gil Vicente. In them stock characters move through a standard series of complicating events before resolving their difficulties in a happy marriage.


He does not absorb them magically or symbolically, as Barbas believes, but puts them in their place, fitting them into the structure of his own, classical comedy. What drives the action along is the Terentian structure that is being described. Paula tells a factual lie about Bernardim, but remains truthful to her own feelings.

This, her best performance, raises questions about the paradoxical nature of artistic truth and its relationship to the everyday world. It could be argued that this is a relatively trivial consideration, that what is really significant is the difference in rank between puella and adulescens. But its structural underpinning remains that of Terentian comedy, an aspect of the play which appears not to have been discussed before, and yet which forms an important part of the whole. Garrett wrote a good deal of literary criticism, and nearly everything that he says about Gil Vicente is dismissive.

If we are to see the play in terms of Terentian comedy then Bernardim is the adulescens and D.

Beatriz is a princess, not a prostitute. This is a classic situation of Roman comedy, in which the adulescens pretends to be someone else, but can only do so garrrett the assistance of servants. He is considered to be the introducer of the Romantic movement in Portugal.

In that Bernardim plays the part of the adulescens, or young lover, foolish and feckless, while Gil Vicente is a mentie servant, neither very dignified roles. A further level of meaning is implied by the fact that, by profession, Paula is verddade actress. Views Read Edit View history. But it is usually thought of as a cultural event, a turning-point in the history of Portuguese Romanticism, rather than aljeida a work of art in its own right.

But although Garrett wanted to bring alive the great writers of the past he also wanted to establish a distance between his work and theirs. The roles allow for a certain flexibility of approach. In other projects Wikimedia Commons. Garrett certainly intended to remind his audience of the national literature.