I argue that this movement defined an effort to re-evaluate and re-constitute the role of intellectualism and replaced it with the objective observations of the self within the Brazilian context. This "thought movement" reflected itself as a modernist esthetic expression in the art, literature, and architecture of the period. At least at its inception, the modernist movement in Brazil appears to be a single stream. We can, however recognize multiple currents within that stream. In essence, the "thought movement" of modernism was a cultural movement, because its participants critically conceptualized their own relationship to the existing genres.

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The essay was translated to English in by Leslie Bary; [1] this is the most widely used version. The "Manifesto" has often been interpreted as an essay in which the main argument proposes that Brazil's history of "cannibalizing" other cultures is its greatest strength, while playing on the modernists ' primitivist interest in cannibalism as an alleged tribal rite. Cannibalism becomes a way for Brazil to assert itself against European post-colonial cultural domination. The Manifesto's iconic line, written in English in the original, is "Tupi or not Tupi: that is the question.


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