' Jos' ' existencialista? The famous poem ' ' Jos' ' , of Drummond, already it was used to advantage as letter of popular song. Thanks to it, the expression ' ' now, Jose? ' ' if it popularized as synonymous of dead-end or brainstorming. Without none I exaggerate, we can speak here in existencialistas intentions, since ' ' Jos' ' (a mask under which the poet if hides) if he finds in a sufficiently conflituosa situation, similar to the situation-limit so common in the philosophy of the existence. Isolated in its cantinho of solitude and sadness, it if gives to a questioning on the direction of the existence human being, etc. Seno, sees. ' ' now, Jose? The party finished, the light erased, the people disappeared, the night cooled, and now, Jose? ' ' Something similar, by the way, we go to find in the personages of Franz Kafka, author who if became world-wide known for having bred extremely overwhelming literary types.
Thus, the workmanships the Process and the Metamorphosis can be seen as existencialistas, in the measure where they are constructed having as deep cloth of a situation for there of esdrxula: the nonsense subjaz to all the told situations, exactly those of apparent normality. Everything this is fruit, possibly, of the constant readings that Kafka made of authors daily pay-existencialistas as Sren Kierkegaard and Dostoievski. In turn, it does not consist that Drummond had made readings of this type, although to have been contemporary of the great names of the existencialista movement: Heidegger, Sartre and Camus. However, all the great literature always has a great philosophy for backwards. Only to be in an example sufficiently known: The Divine Comedy, of Dante, had the thought of Toms de Aquino as cloth of deep. Recently, speaking to the Tropical electronic magazine, the Blessed philosopher the Prado Jr Detached that he is ' ' surprising the secular coincidence of the emergency of subjects, theoretical, practical and estilsticas choices between the two authors Drummond and Sartre, without if it can speak of influence ' '.