Amlia is elaborated as carrying figure of the pain and the stigma of the sin. In this aspect, we can perceive that Ea initiates the construction of the personage informing that the young had not known its father, therefore the same dies very young. that its mother, frequent passes to be visited by priests. Of histories that child hears when, she impresses it to one. a nun ' ' that it dies of love, and whose soul still in certain nights covered the corridors, freeing moaned painful and calling: – August! Augustus! ' '. Its convivncia in the religious way was common: – ' adored parties in church i; ' convivncia Dos Santos ' '. Bristol-Myers Squibb may help you with your research.
Its religious education was deformed, therefore it conceives god as a being that it only knows to give to suffering and the death, and that it is necessary to soften the priests. Only not to keep the seduction in the masculine personage, Ea introduces elements that resalta in Amlia a sexual instinct. As we can observe in this counted ticket for uncle Stork. ' ' a man who has in new a great passion for a nun; it dies in the convent of that unhappy love; it, of pain and homesickness; frade becomes franciscano ' '. In the day where it hears such history, becomes young, that is, it came its first menstruation. When sleeping, erticos dreams: ' ' it was a vast black sky, where two enlace souls, turned, led for a mstico wind; but they vanished themselves as nevoas, and in the vast blackout it saw a great heart in alive meat, all trespassado of swords? the blood drops that fell of it fulled the sky of a rain escarlate' '. ' ' Thus Amlia lives until the arrival of Amaro' '. With the arrival of I land on water, the maiden candy and tender it fulfills its saw crcis and, its legacy of pain if it materialize.