Lusa as many women of the time, wanted to try the new, the forbidden one, its body ‘ ‘ ardia’ ‘ for sexual pleasures, however the society recriminated the women who did not watch over for the family and the marriage. It had desires, fancies; it admired the new life of the cousin, enchants with its adventures and trips. Everything what it speaks serves to excite its imagination; hearing it, it lives as in a romance: ‘ ‘ She asked then for the trips (…) Outside always its desire to it to travel? it said (Lusa)? to go to the East. You would want to walk in caravans, balouada in the back of the camels, and it would not have fear, nor of the desert, nor of feras ‘ ‘ (QUEIRS, 1997, P. 36). Jorge being distant allows to the approach of Baslio and the consumption of the adultery one.
According to Oliva (2001), ‘ ‘ He does not have seduction. He does not have passion. He does not have love. Baslio sees in Lusa nothing more than the sexual satisfaction of its desires, using to advantage itself of the solitude where if it finds the cousin. The ertico relationship of Lusa and Baslio if develops in an ironically baptized place of Paraso’ ‘ (OLIVA, 2001, P. 191). The erotismo in? Baslio Cousin? he is ephemeral, temporary and he does not go beyond the desire flesh time. As soon as he possesses yourself of Lusa, Baslio is not interested more for it, does not see more adventure, therefore already it obtains what it wanted.
The desire alone exists while it is forbidden, injunction. We only desire what we do not possess. Everything in the principle is newness, enthusiasm: ‘ ‘ (Lusa) All the pleasure that felt at the outset, that it seems love? it came of the newness, of saborzinho delicious to eat the forbidden apple, them conditions it mystery it Paradise, of other circumstances perhaps that it wanted to confess same itself, that they made to corar on the inside!