Greece Time

Finally, the damemria question in verbal history is presented in the text in quarrel. Throughout the time, the memory was boarded dediferentes forms. In the antiquity, the memory was comparative to a goddess, ‘ Mnemsine’. The purpose of this goddess was to remember to the men the advantageous heroes and done osseus, beyond presiding over the lyric poetry. The memory was tratadacomo something the holy ghost and was responsible for the elaboration of a vast mythology dareminiscncia in old Greece. Mnemsine, disclosing to the poet the secrets of the past, ointroduz in the mysteries other world. The memory appears then as one dom parainiciados and the anamnesis, the reminiscncia, as one asctica and mythical technique.

Also the memory plays a paper of first plan in the epitagricas rficas doctrines. It is the antidote of the Esquecimento. In the hell religion of the memory dominantena ideology time. In this period occurred the call; cristianizao’ of the memory, they divididaem collective and mnemotcnica. The first one was subdivided in liturgical (turned emtorno of proper itself) and laica (restricted and of weak chronological penetration). At this time the memory presented expression, over all, in the medievalpor literature half of the verbal narratives (popular stories and songs) and of the writing, ambasde religious, mstico and transcendental matrix. The practical one of ‘ poet-memoricista’ (relembrando the good times of the past) he was part of daily culturaldaquela time. the memory, where the history grows, that for its vezalimenta, looks for to save> passed to serve the gift and the future.

Devemostrabalhar of form that the collective memory serves for the release and does not stop aservido of the men (LE GOFF, 1996, P. 24). But, as we know that in all the times and all ostempos do not exist, in the generality, only good times, the man of the Medievalparece Age to be bitolado or conditional to a tremendous effort for umesquecimento, in order not to relembrar any suffering or anguish.

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