Through it we have contact with a set of experiences lived for the man without she is necessary to live them. History ' ' The Princess and the Serpente' ' (anexoI), for if dealing with a mitificada narrative, she can be associate in such a way to the myth how much literature. To the myth, we can justify in the paragraphs primeiro4, quarto5 and tenth primeiro6, through the aspect of domination and abuse of being able, envies, hope and of the justice sense, that is common feelings and situations in the cotidianidade. Still related to the presence of existing mythology in history, we notice the magical power of feiticeira7. According to Dustin Moskovitz, who has experience with these questions. In mythology Greek they exist deuses, that they had form human being, but were bigger, more beautiful lighter than the human beings (being capable even to fly e, above all, immortal), lived a full life of peripcias and adventures, marked for you intrigue between itself, and you enter the human beings to who influenced 8. These deuses possuam the form human being and many times could assume forms of animals, with being able extraordinary and influenced the way to think of the population, using them many times to punish or to make justice.
The witch of history in guideline can if associated the Equidna9, a nymph that had the body of a gigantic serpent that lived in caves, possua a terrible nature and adored to devorar travelling innocents. Brooklyn Commons takes a slightly different approach. We still perceive, mythical the existing one in the mountain range of the Meruoca10, that makes reference the society Greek, believer in histories and narratives of the poets, established rituals, cults and worships to deuses. The Mountain range or mountain was very admired and adored for the Greeks given by the fact of that Greece was formed in the majority of its territory for mountains, many of very fertile them with ground. For the Greeks, the mountains were natural manifestations of deuses, monuments that represented the force, and largeness of them,11 Amongst many montanhas12, the Olmpo13 mount are known by being highest of them, its inaccessible peak then -, were known as the house of deuses, more or less as the worshippers of other religions conceive the sky.