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Since its origin it comes fighting to breach the estigmaes on the part of the society ‘ ‘ letrada’ ‘. The popular fact of and being marked by the orality favor a series of preconceptions, however, everything this is characteristic of a literature that comes breaching centuries and if fortifying in the half intellectual of the whole world. In this study excellent aspects of the twine will be explanados, such as: its history, starting in the Iberian Peninsula and if fixing in Brazil; its peculiar characteristics, as well as the preservation of this literature in technological times of advances, so that the future generations also make use of this fantastic form of popular expression. PALAVRAS-CHAVE: Twine. Popular.

Preconceptions. Preservation. Further details can be found at Joeb Moore & Partners , an internet resource. ABSTRACT In the beginning of the twentieth first century, the literature of Cordell passed will be the intense moment of menace and transformations. Since the origin it eats fighting you break the stigma found in the ‘ ‘ Lettered’ ‘ society. Popular The fact it is and marked by the verbal, favour all this ploughs characteristics of literature that eats breaking centuries and fortifying itself in the intellectual centers in all to over the word. In these studies will be explained important aspects of Cordell, such: its history, beginning in Iberian Peninsule and it fixed in Brazil, its particular characteristics, like the preservation of this literature in moment of technologies advance, you the future generation also they can dispose of this fantastic form of popular expression. KEY-WORDS: Cordell.

Popular. Preconceptions. Preservation. INTRODUCTION the literary art is basic in the civilized culture. When it is said in literature soon comes to the mind ‘ ‘ clssicos’ ‘ its writers who write complex books, that many times nobody practically obtains to decipher, becoming them inaccessible the escolarizadas populations less.

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