Top 10 similar words or synonyms for picapau

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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for picapau

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Emilia (Sítio do Picapau Amarelo) Since 1951, Emília has been adapted to stage plays, theatrical films and television series, portrayed by several actresses (twelve altogether) throughout the decades in Brazil.
Emilia (Sítio do Picapau Amarelo) Emília develops from an ordinary rag doll to an "almost human" doll, as she demonstrates to be abnormally intelligent by insisting on her own ideologies and opinions, even though she insists to pronounce many words in the wrong way, or on her own way. For example, she prefers to say "liscabão" rather than "beliscão" ("pinch"), and insisted to refer to Doctor Snail as Doctor "Cara-de-coruja" (which is assonant to "caramujo", "snail" in Brazilian Portuguese).
Sítio do Picapau Amarelo (comics) Only in 2006 turned comic books to be published, this time with the seal of Editora Globo spent besides being based so far by recent TV series produced in 2001 also by Rede Globo. The main reason for his return was due to exit of Monica's Gang to publisher, making them would cover space with other comics like O Menino Maluquinho and Cocoricó. It is derived from other comics as the comic of villain Cuca, the return of the comic Emilia, among others. However as none of them gave good yields all ended up being canceled in early 2008 not going to have any more comic in publisher.
Emilia (Sítio do Picapau Amarelo) According to herself, Emília is "Independência ou Morte!", a catchphrase she took from historic Brazilian figure, Prince Pedro I, while he proclamated the Independence of Brazil. Emília has proven herself to be rogue, rebellious, stubborn, rough and intensely determined. In "Histórias Diversas", she attempts to take a group of nymphs to her own by tricking their leader. She also was decided to cut off the wings of a little angel in "Memórias de Emília", but fails as the angel manage to escape.
Emilia (Sítio do Picapau Amarelo) Monteiro Lobato, even after his death, has been accused of racism do to the portrayal and treatment of black people in several of his works. This can be noticed in the way Emília refers to Aunt Nastácia (a mulatta), or the way she treats the cook. With the "Sítio do Picapau Amarelo" novel series, this has been analysed in the way he depicts Aunt Nastácia. In "Peter Pan", while Mrs. Benta tells J. M. Berry's novel to her grandsons, Aunt Nastácia complains about "missing pieces" of her own shadow. It is later revealed by the Viscount that Emília was, literally, cutting of the woman's shadow with a scissor, leaving everyone to what the doll simply smiled with superiority, after spending a considerable part of the novel questioning about Nastácia's beliefs and her color.
Emilia (Sítio do Picapau Amarelo) Emília, also known as the Marchioness of Rabicó or Emília, A Boneca Gente ("The Human Doll") is a fictional character and a titular of the "Sítio do Picapau Amarelo" series of fantasy novels written by Brazilian author Monteiro Lobato. A doll with a rough, antagonistic personality and an independent, anarchist behaviour, Emília is Lobato's most popular creation alongside Jeca Tatu and, according to studies and analyses of his work, she is his personification in the stories and that, towards the character, Lobato expresses his own ideas. Even though, Lobato has stated that Emília is "sometimes so independent that neither I, nor her father, succeed in controlling her".
Emilia (Sítio do Picapau Amarelo) This time with Rabicó, the Viscount and Pedrinho, Lúcia and Emília returned to the Underwater Kingdom as Lúcia receives a letter from the fishes, stating that the Prince, after her sudden departure, was left in sadness. At the Kingdom, for everyone's surprise, the Viscount reveals himself to have the mind of an intellectual biologist. He and his people, for Emília's delight, are invited by Narizinho to visit their ranch. Emília insists to Mrs. Benta to exchange one of the cows for a whale from the Kingdom. As one of the guests, Miss Sardine (a pilchard), gets fried after she confuses Aunt Nastácia's boiling oil with a swimming pool, the Prince and his subjects decide to leave the Yellow Woodpecker Ranch. However, Lúcia had yet no rescue the Prince, as he had "unlearned the art of swimming" after too much time away from the water.
Emilia (Sítio do Picapau Amarelo) Emília creates dissension with who appears to be Felix the Cat, after he arrives in the rach with "gawky" stories (all of them contradicted by the Viscount). She is decided to think of a tale better than the one told by Felix the night before, and succeeds, as everybody applauses her, leaving the Cat jealous. After one of the fowls is killed and devoured, the Viscount starts a Sherlock Holmes-like investigation, and the Cat, which in fact is not Felix, is expelled by Aunt Nastácia.
Emilia (Sítio do Picapau Amarelo) In the most original volume of the series, "A Chave do Tamanho" ("The Size Key"), Emília commits her greatest act, after noticing that the horror of World War II is causing pain in everyone, particularly Mrs. Benta, and filling the ranch with sadness. Traveling by the magical powder of Pirlimpimpim, Emília visits a house where are placed the Keys that can turn on and turn off the impossible to the most unimaginable things. Attempting to turn down the Key of War, Emília chooses the wrong one, and turns down the Key that controls the size equilibrium of every human being. Emília founds herself hundreds of times smaller, among her dress, and later finds out that she caused the same to happen with the whole humanity. The doll becomes smaller enough to settle her own "ranch" on the Viscount's topper. As the small people become used to their new life, Emília manages to visit the White House, where she interacts with the President of the United States and questions him about the War. After realizing that the Size was "evil" since the scarcity from before the shrinkage have been replaced by abundance, Emília proposes a referendum, so people will vote either for or against the Size. After everyone agrees to return to their normal size, Emília takes the Viscount to the House of Keys, where he turns the Size on once again.
Emilia (Sítio do Picapau Amarelo) Author Moacyr Scliar has a short story, "Por Onde Anda Emília""? (literally "Whatever Happened to Emilia?"), in which he suggests the fates of the doll and her family after several years have passed. While Mrs. Benta and Aunt Nastácia had died, Rabicó had been turned into ham after all, and Pedrinho and Lúcia became adults and "vanished", an aged Emília was still alive and defiant as always, dreaming about switching off the keys of Poverty, Unemployment and Hunger (Brazilian social issues of the present day), and about the Yellow Woodpecker farm itself, their former world of fantasy now possessed by homeless invaders (a reference to the MST). Having a conservative and a anarchist side, Emilia demonstrates being dubious over the movement, divided between adhering and rebelling, while the most recommended person to advise her, her own creator, has already died.