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Small Memories (Cód: 9203363)

Saramago,José

Mariner Books

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'Small Memories is a . . . nourishing last gift from a great writer.'--'Washington Post' Shifting back and forth between childhood and his teenage years, between Azinhaga and Lisbon, this is a mosaic of memories, a simply told, affecting look into the author's boyhood: the tragic death of his older brother at the age of four; his mother pawning the family's blankets every spring and buying them back in time for winter; his beloved grandparents bringing the weaker piglets into their bed on cold nights; and Saramago's early encounters with literature, from teaching himself to read by deciphering articles in the daily newspaper, to poring over an entertaining dialogue in a Portuguese-French conversation guide, not realizing that he was in fact reading a play by Moliere. Written with Saramago's characteristic wit and honesty, 'Small Memories' traces the formation of an artist fascinated by words and stories from an early age who emerged, against all odds, as one of the world's most respected writers. 'Like a nostalgic progenitor bestowing his wealth of life experience upon a younger generation, Saramago digs deep into his peasant roots to sketch a rough outline of the little boy who would become one of the greatest Portuguese-language writers'--'Portland Oregonian' Jose Saramago (1922-2010) was the author of many novels, among them 'Blindness,' 'All the Names,' 'Baltasar and Blimunda' and 'The Year of the Death of Ricardo Reis.' In 1998 he was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature. Small Memories is a . . . nourishing last gift from a great writer. 'Washington Post' Shifting back and forth between childhood and his teenage years, between Azinhaga and Lisbon, this is a mosaic of memories, a simply told, affecting look into the author s boyhood: the tragic death of his older brother at the age of four; his mother pawning the family s blankets every spring and buying them back in time for winter; his beloved grandparents bringing the weaker piglets into their bed on cold nights; and Saramago s early encounters with literature, from teaching himself to read by deciphering articles in the daily newspaper, to poring over an entertaining dialogue in a Portuguese-French conversation guide, not realizing that he was in fact reading a play by Moliere. Written with Saramago s characteristic wit and honesty, 'Small Memories' traces the formation of an artist fascinated by words and stories from an early age who emerged, against all odds, as one of the world s most respected writers. Like a nostalgic progenitor bestowing his wealth of life experience upon a younger generation, Saramago digs deep into his peasant roots to sketch a rough outline of the little boy who would become one of the greatest Portuguese-language writers 'Portland Oregonian''

Características

Peso 0.16 Kg
Produto sob encomenda Não
Marca Mariner Books
I.S.B.N. 9780547752631
Referência 017125301
Altura 20.07 cm
Largura 13.21 cm
Profundidade 1.27 cm
Número de Páginas 139
Idioma Inglês
Acabamento Brochura
Tradutor Costa, Margaret Jull
Cód. Barras 9780547752631
Ano da edição 2012
AutorSaramago,José