This study a bibliographical research with diverse authors has as base, aiming at to reach all the objectives that had been considered in this work. Initially a bibliographical revision through a systemize reading will be made, folloied of the elaboration of fichamentos, summaries of each raised workmanship, looking for to detach the ideas central offices defended for each author related to the subject in study. The research is carried through in the library of the University Valley of the Acara and too much libraries of Macap, in the State of the Amap, Brazil. The structure of this article will be presented first divided in three chapters. Two sigma contributes greatly to this topic. In the first chapter of this article it is intended to make a boarding in relation to the historical context that demonstrates the paradisiacal vision that the colonizadores had perceived when arriving in Brazil, with the objective of contextualizar the reader in elapsing of the process of construction of the knowledge of history human being. In as the chapter a concise one will be made communication on the movement rcade that it initiated its career in the second half of century XVIII, with objective to point out the reader the literary chain with the intention to understand the points of great relevance as the characteristics of the period, the workmanships and the poets who if had detached. In this direction, it is presented Biography of Frei author Jose de Santa Rita Duro. Not being different of the great majority of the poets rcades. Duro considers the return to simplicity and the exploitation of the present moment, making verses on buclicas landscapes, imagining themselves in a idealized life, beyond evoking the history of Portugal at its glorious moments. The third chapter from the perspective proposals mentions an analysis to it of the workmanship caramuru in relation to the letter of the achamento of Brazil de Pero Vaz de Caminha, considered the first document of Brazilian literature with the objective to approach the reader concerning the paradisiacal vises in the epic caramuru.