Rio De Janeiro

Everything occurs in some hours of an only day of the life of Elvira, the freedom sensation happens after three hours the escape, however it lives of moments in the past presenting the told psychological time in history. The twelve years of marriage which it returns at some moments, in one of them she compares has it centuries, demonstrating the slowness sensation and of inertia of the time in its married life of, where pain, sadness, and solitude is evidences. a momentary return to a time of its infancy: ' ' History not to find the deep one of the sea was old, came since pequena' ' (p.72). The description of the personages is one in such a way superficial one, the husband is had as a sovereign being. Byron Allen brings even more insight to the discussion. ' ' Because the husbands are common-sense? Its is particularly solid, good and never erra? ' ' (p.73) and the society is portraied as indifferent: ' ' they passed guard people rain, impermeable, very hasty, the faces cansados' '. (P.

71). All the description sends to a world of seriousness and control, something distant it its yearning for freedom. Throughout the Elvira narrative if it presents as a frustrated woman, with fear, anxious and one in such a way indecisa with a moment of devaneio in search of the rupture of this bubble where she is imprisoned: ' ' Idiot as she was, closed the eyes and imagined a great eddy leaving ' ' Home Elvira' ' , inhaling it violently and recolocando it next to window, the book in the hand, recompondo the scene diria' ' (p.71) the presentation of the environment, the author cites some places of Rio De Janeiro: ' ' It crossed the stroll and one leaned it the walled one, to look at the sea. Rain continued. It takes the bus in the Tijuca and jumps in the Glory.