A Look at the Portuguese World

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It is the first novel by poet Eduardo Pitta depicting a hidden Portugal in the closet, or maybe not. It is a book that has a very fluid narrative, you read it in a heartbeat, has a burning nerve writing that feeds the reader's interest until the last page, it…
It is a tour thru the country and the memories of a love interrupted. This book is a hybrid novel, on one hand, is the story of a real train trip initiated by the writer Almeida Garrett between Lisbon and Santarem, on the other, is the novelistic narrative of love…
Antonio Barroso Cruz writes compulsively, an obsession that impulses him to tell stories about people of other parts of the worlds. He creates scenarios, experiences and everyday journeys that result from his travels, these chance encounters that awaken his imagination towards fiction. It is a book of chronicles, but different…
It’s a book with several male voices written by Ines Pedrosa. What is this book so different? Because has the crudest kind of language, unabashed writing, uncompromising and fun description of the male vision of the feminine universe described by a woman. Does it make sense what I just said?…
It is the biography of a woman far ahead of her time Raquel Ochoa about this book told me once in an interview she granted me, though without revealing much that it is the story of the life of a Portuguese Joan of Arc. It is the absolute of truths.…
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