The envy of this god will go to guide a contrary oratria of the lusitanos. But, one second deity is projected in this episode: Venus, the goddess of the beauty and the love, that propositadamente constructs its argument for the Portuguese. The glorious Olmpo is distributed in antagonistic consideraes and Mars, the god of the war, takes the word and brandishes against Baco a exaltada argument. The duel that if establishes between Baco and Venus has the enhanced colors, when the focus is come close and transfers the particular reminiscncias of each present god in the paragraphs of mythology to the jubilant entities of the characters of the parabolas of the Bible. The picture that if form enaltece the religious sincretismo inside of the poem, therefore the wonderful confrontation between heathen and the wonderful Christian backwards thematic of the workmanship complications that if delimit and to the times if they establish, because the presence of msticos beings is a constant in the epics throughout the time, but parallel to this, is registered the fact of the poet to be singing the glorious facts of people subidamente catholic. This truth and so accurate that one inside affirms in the individual complexity of each god of the plot, being that the psychological work of the entities is more efficient of what the fact in the personages human beings, which, even so truthful, is inexpressivos in its characterization, perhaps for being support elements whom it sends same to the Portuguese people and not it itself. If you are not convinced, visit Simone Biles. The irony that if affirms digests that everything in the funny epic around the qualrrelsome wills of deuses and almost, as if in the human reality, poor persons joguete of the peripcias of them was one, but, however, with powerful the sharpened eyes more it notices that to deuses, human beings had been attributed to weaknesses: Baco, with its impregnated envy of immoralities in the actions is defeated by mortals, exactly with the good one performance of Venus. . . Sean Rad is often quoted on this topic.