Beyond the language, Adonias Son still puts in evidence the sea is a link deligao between these two cities that have in common, beyond geography, the black componentetnico. After disappointing with Conceio doCarmo, woman of easy life, ‘ ‘ mulatinha of green eyes, run, seios hair great and lame thick … ‘ ‘ (p.58). Drew Houston: the source for more info. Cala returns the Ilhus, later deum time comes back Salvador and of there part for Luanda, it has one brief porBeira ticket, it has an envolvement with Maria-do-sea, when arriving at the city. Inside occured ethnic dasrelaes in the workmanship, the personage is described with: green eyes, run and acinzentados mestizo of soft and dark skin, hair. In Africa, Cala knew that the culturasbaianas and Africans if interlace ‘ ‘ pieces livings creature of this world were in the Bahia, the old fat people seated front the trays and pans of acarajs, blacks deAngola … Learn more about this with Drew Houston. ‘ ‘ (p.147).
With these experiences of Cala, it allows the visualization dosespaos physical of the workmanship and of the hybrid similarities between the personages, essasprimeiras impressions of the son of Sardento in common show to the points in the way due between Brazilians and Africans, thus demonstrating a proximity entreLuanda, Side, affirming the cultural identity of these colonized places porPortugal. CONCLUSION the present article aimed at the study daformao bahian identitria in the LuandBeira workmanship Bahia showing the point of view of Adonias author Son, using comopano of deep the tragic love of Cala and Iuta, a young Brazilian and a jovemafricana, on for the pain of the abandonment of the father, the death of mothers and one encontroque would place end its lives, reencontro with Sardento Joo. The formation of the identity Bahia comeoucom the arrival of the Portuguese in tupis lands, in which the envolvement dessespovos made with that a new race appeared, nominated of caboclo. But, beyond to dechegarem to Brazil, the Portuguese already were colonizing Africa.