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About the Author: José Saramago

Jos Saramago is one of the most important international writers of the last hundred years Born in Portugal in 1922, he was in his sixties when he came to prominence as a writer with the publication of Baltasar and Blimunda A huge body of work followed, translated intothan forty languages, and in 1998 he was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature Saramago died in June 2010.



10 thoughts on “Manual De Pintura E Caligrafia

  1. Vit Babenco Vit Babenco says:

    Manual of Painting and Calligraphy is a philosophical book and, as its title may hint at, it is a novel about epistemology.Cognition is the act of knowing this is the simplest definition, with which I must be satisfied, for it is essential that I should be able to simplify everything in order to proceed It was never ex


  2. jeremy jeremy says:

    if you can even find a copy let alone without spending hundreds of dollars , let thee hold on to it like the sacred relic it shall undoubtedly become it truly is a herald of all that was to follow all, of course, being a malevolently gross understatement i think there were only, like, six copies printed in english, and i


  3. Michael Michael says:

    190812 early work by the masterful saramago i have read this after all the others, as it has just been published in english, and can see what will become his major concerns and style this work seems odd at first he does use various punctuation marks, but mostly this made me mentally strip them away, see them as superfluous he is concerned here with the act of creating art, using painting portraiture to explore it there is an interesting frame, a self conscious conceit of being a painter try 190812 early work by the masterful saramago i have read this after all the others, as it has just been published in english, and can see what will become his major concerns and style this work seems odd at first he does use various punctuation marks, but mostly this made me mentally strip them away, see them as superfluous he is concerned here with the act of creating art, using painting portraiture to explore it there is an interesting frame, a self conscious conceit of being a painter trying out expressing himself in something of an art journal, though not one to publish so it helps if you know art history the extent to which art has unavoidable political repercussions, that art does not satisfy artist or client or eventually either mild satire of artistic friends who originally seem apolitical, but true values revealed with something of a combination of love leading to personal love


  4. Aya Nassar Aya Nassar says:

    Always a pleasure There are such moments in life one unexpectedly discovers that perfection exists, that it, too, is a tiny sphere traveling in time, empty, transparent, luminous, and which sometimes rarely comes in our direction and encircles us for a few brief moments before travelling on to other parts and other people I t


  5. Rajesh Naidu Rajesh Naidu says:

    It s one of those books that you realize is very tedious to read but unable to put away because the narrator is speaking directly to you in the most mundanely personal way that somehow is a reflection of reality in a general sense.I picked it because an artist friend of mine recommended it for its nuances And no I was not misle


  6. Willy Blackmore Willy Blackmore says:

    This is a really wonderful book Saramago has an incredibly unique writing style and manages to very effectively weave betweenplot and narrative driven passages andphilosphical passages Often times books in this vein narrative and philosophically driven tend to have thecerebral parts feel outside of the narrative, but this isn t t


  7. Karlo Mikhail Karlo Mikhail says:

    This first novel by Saramago is too dragging and digressive, as if he was still trying to find his voice But it does give a glimpse of Saramago s pet themes in later works of fiction.


  8. Kelly Kelly says:

    Oh my, is it even possible to summarize a Saramago book not necessarily, he packs a lot into one sentence let alone an entire book and if you ve ever read anything by Saramago, you will know what i mean , but I will try This story takes place in Portugal in the year 1974 H is a portrait painter recently commissioned by S, a business


  9. Rise Rise says:

    The novel is narrated by H., a fifty year old painter commissioned by S for a portrait The first few pages unfold carefully, telling of H s difficulties in producing two simultaneous portraits of his client In order to get around to this problem, orlike to escape from it, H decided to produce another third portrait of S., but this time


  10. Lori Lori says:

    from publisherRead 4 21 12 5 5 123 Stars Recommended to hard core Saramago fans Not recommended as an intro to this authorPgs 242Publisher Mariner Houghton Mifflin HarcourtLetter to an Author I Thought I Knew Better Jose You horn dog, you I didn t know you had it in you, man And here I thought, after having read you for so many years, th


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