Lena Procurador Amor E T Mulo

Author: Leon Malin
Publisher: Litres
ISBN: 5040882890
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O herói de repente recebe uma mensagem do passado e passa a uma aventura inédita, para reviver o falecido. O que é, a piada de alguém, se reuniu ou realmente inventou o Elixir da vida eterna? Mas a vida real coloca tudo em seu lugar. A aventura se transforma em um perigo mortal, e o amor é uma necessidade oficial. A história é lida rapidamente, é realmente interessante. Há aqui também caracteres característicos, há um enredo retorcido e um final inesperado.

A Poesia Nos Poentes Do Sil Ncio

Author: Paulo Ouricuri
Publisher: Novo Seculo Livraria e Editora Ltda
ISBN: 8542803884
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Como disse o poeta Manoel de Barros em um de seus poemas, “é difícil fotografar o silêncio”. Entretanto, cada verso constitui um repto ao silêncio. Mas o silêncio, que tudo expressa sem nada dizer, é por isso sempre mais eloquente do que qualquer discurso ou poema. No entanto, quando as palavras se irmanam num poema bem-elaborado, a faísca do lirismo esplende, fazendo com que a luz menor transcenda ao escuro maior. A poesia nos poentes do silêncio é uma coletânea em que o poeta revela completo devotamento à criação de seus versos, imprimindo neles o refinamento de uma sinfonia executada harmoniosamente. Revivescências, reflexões sobre o lirismo, o amor, homenagens a Carlos Drummond de Andrade, Fernando Pessoa e Franz Kafka, os versos podem ser saboreados todos num só dia. Não enjoam nem engordam.

This Earth That Sky

Author: Manuel Bandeira
Publisher: Latin American Literature and Culture
ISBN: 0520302931
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This is a generous, long-overdue presentation of the major Brazilian poet Manuel Bandeira (1886-1968) to the English-speaking reader. Well over a hundred poems appear here in both Portuguese and English, together with a critical overview that introduces the poet and Brazilian poetry to the nonspecialist and contributes significantly to the existing body of Bandeira scholarship. Bandeira's poetry not only stands among the most important in twentieth-century Brazil but also embodies the experience of transition from one literary movement to another. The poems span a half century of writing, from the publication of Bandeira's first book in 1917 to the definitive edition of his collected work in 1966. Because critics agree that the poet's most influential creative efforts began in 1930 with the publication of Libertinagem (Libertinism), the collection concentrates on the later period. A smaller number of poems drawn from the three books published before this date provide a useful basis for comparison. Candace Slater's fine versions of the poems are augmented by a translator's note that considers Bandeira's poetic language in terms of the particular challenges it offers the translator into English. Her introduction offers a fresh and comprehensive look at the poet whose artistic transformation from nineteenth-century modes of expression to experimental twentieth-century Modernism paralleled the transformation of his country. It focuses on the poet's continuing alternation between an acceptance of, if not allegiance to, the material world and a desire for something more. This fundamental though often subtle opposition is reflected in the title, This Earth, That Sky. This title is part of UC Press's Voices Revived program, which commemorates University of California Press's mission to seek out and cultivate the brightest minds and give them voice, reach, and impact. Drawing on a backlist dating to 1893, Voices Revived makes high-quality, peer-reviewed scholarship accessible once again using print-on-demand technology. This title was originally published in 1989.

Opera In Portugal In The Eighteenth Century

Author: Manuel Carlos de Brito
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521036436
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A history of opera in Portugal from the beginning of the eighteenth century to the inauguration of the Teatro de S. Carlos in 1793.

Atlantida

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