The interesting one is that the Camilo principle is refused in believing cartomantes and until jeers of Rita that made use of its services. Frequently foursquare has said that publicly. However, the anonymous letters and the ticket that it received from Vilela had left unsafe the point not to think two times to need the declaration of the cartomante? personage of great importance in the tram? of that being they everything would be well, nothing of badly would happen. Of this form, the desire is alienator in such way, that Camilo having belief in cartomantes is not apanhado for a moment of crendice and believes that goes to give all certainty. However, although the affirmation of the cartomante, the inevitable one happens: Rita is deceased and Camilo is the next one to be died for the friend, thus can be said that the guilt of Camilo after the violent act of Vilela is redeemed. Therefore, Rira and Camilo are stimulated by a desejante force and are condemned to die. 3? The desire as revenge in the personage vilela As we saw in the narrative, the objective of Rita and Camilo was to prevent that Vilela discovered the adultery one, however this objective is not reached, a time that it discovers the treason he punishes and it with the death of the loving ones, becoming the possible villain of the narrative. But after all, Vilela is taken why type of desire? We can think about the same desire lived deeply for loving Rita Camilo? For the psychoanalysis, the desire and the pulso are our differential in relation to the animal irrationals that are of pure instinct.
We human beings are moved by the desire, this, of purely psychic order. The citizen lives in state of constant excitement at a moment of pleasure and displeasure. In this in case that, Vilela is a desejante being, that the displeasure with more intensity lives, a time that is stimulated for that it judges to bring the satisfaction, since already it possibly distrusts of the treason, therefore Rita is imprisoned to the love of Camilo the point of more not thinking about the husband ' ' now the action of the person, the stubborn eyes of Rita, that looked many times of it, it consulted that them before making to marido' ' (239).