House Grande and Senzala and So Paulo of 1975: continuities and ruptures Ricardo Taraciuk to play the relations of continuities and ruptures of different historical moments, we must consider some cares and limitations of the debate, not to conclude simplistas, deterministas, reducionistas or anachronistic reasonings. Therefore, one becomes excellent to verify the long duration that separates these periods, in which it represents distinct realities e, also, the fact to analyze these times, only, in the perspective of two workmanships, that is, House Grande and Senzala, of Gilbert Freyre, and So Paulo 1975, Growth and poverty, that amongst other authors if detach Cndido Procpio Blacksmith of Camargo and Fernando Enrique Cardoso. Therefore, we cannot forget the occurrence other interpretations of historical and social analyses that had been carried through by diverse authors, in the respective periods. Existing continuities between Brazil of the House Grande and Senzala and Brazil of So Paulo, 1975 In the workmanship of Freyre, we notice some general characteristics of the Portuguese settling of Brazil, as for example the formation of an agrarian society, escravocrata and hybrid. The author in them evidences a scientific method to get an understanding of the society, being recriando the colonial period with its characteristics and singularidades as well as the previous period to the settling, more necessarily, when the sociocultural experience lived by Portugal is evidenced, in century XV and XVI. In House Grande and Senzala he is displayed some peculiarities of the Portuguese who make possible its success in the settling, as for example the cultural and sexual contacts with the mouros, being basic so that the Portuguese carried through colonial taken over on a contract basis its. In this direction, also ' is explanado; ' the climate, the land and gente' ' that the Portuguese if finds, that they had facilitated to the adaptation to the tropical climate and the relations with the indians, since the indians, by times, had been seen as ' similar; ' moura encantada' '. . .