2007
DOI: 10.1590/s1413-77042007000100003 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Este artigo analisa a revolta ocorrida no teatro São Pedro de Alcantara, no Rio de Janeiro, em setembro de 1831. Trata-se de um movimento político promovido pela facção dos liberais exaltados, com participação de camadas sociais diversas. Situada no conjunto de outras ações semelhantes, verificadas no início do período regencial, é compreendida como um dos eixos de desenvolvimento de uma cidadania informal e de uma incipiente nacionalidade, construídas de baixo para cima, no âmbito de um emergente espaço públi… Show more

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“…In nineteenth-century Rio de Janeiro, for instance, the multitude could evoke the social memories of the urban rebellion that took place in the São Pedro de Alcantara Theater in 1831 (Basile 2007). According to Manuel Duarte Moreira de Azevedo (1873, 350-352) in his pioneer study on the urban riot of the 1830s, in a "time of agitation", whereas the people was inclined towards order and labor, the multitude mobilized its "burning passions."…”
Section: Political Economy Of Moralitymentioning
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“…In nineteenth-century Rio de Janeiro, for instance, the multitude could evoke the social memories of the urban rebellion that took place in the São Pedro de Alcantara Theater in 1831 (Basile 2007). According to Manuel Duarte Moreira de Azevedo (1873, 350-352) in his pioneer study on the urban riot of the 1830s, in a "time of agitation", whereas the people was inclined towards order and labor, the multitude mobilized its "burning passions."…”
Section: Political Economy Of Moralitymentioning