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Luuanda estórias Luuanda eBook by Jos Luandino Vieira Read Luuanda by Jos Luandino Vieira available from Rakuten Kobo Trs estrias compem este livro de Jos Luandino Vieira Vav Xxi e seu neto Zeca Santos; Estria do ladro e do papag Luuanda – Wikipdia a enciclopdia livre Luuanda um livro de contos do escritor luso angolano Jos Luandino Vieira publicado em pela editora Edies em LisboaEste livro constituido por trs estrias Vav Xxi e seu neto Zeca Santos A estria do ladro e do papagaio e A estria da galinha e do ovo Luuanda uma obra histrica vista como um autntico livro de rutura com a norma portuguesa na Luuanda by Jos Luandino Vieira | NOOK Book Trs estrias compem este livro de Jos Luandino Vieira Vav Xxi e seu neto Zeca Santos; Estria do ladro e do Our Stores Are Open Book Annex Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores Events Help Auto Suggestions are available once you type at least letters Use up arrow for mozilla firefox browser altup arrow and down arrow for mozilla firefox browser altdown arrow to PDF The Luandino’s Luanda ResearchGate de Domingos X avier – ; Luuanda – ; V idas novas – ; Velhas estrias – ; No ant igamente na vida – ; N s os do Makulusu – ; M acandumba – ; Joo V Luanda Fica Longe e outras Estrias Austrais Read Luanda Fica Longe e outras Estrias Austrais by Jos Luis Mendona available from Rakuten Kobo De tudo poder ver na sua isolac?o o menino descobriu o peueno segredo do comboio E assim ele viu o ue mais ninguem Vidas Novas Estrias by Jos Luandino Vieira Passou toda a infncia e juventude em Luanda onde fez o ensino secundrio Exerceu diversas profisses at ser preso em sendo depois libertado Posteriormente em foi de novo preso e condenado a anos de priso e medidas de segurana Transferido em para o campo de Luanda Fica Longe e outras Estrias Austrais by De tudo poder ver na sua isolac?o o menino descobriu o peueno segredo do comboio E assim ele viu o ue mais ninguem via o ue aos olhos do mundo n?o valia a pena do vag?o do comboio caiam gr?os vivos de trigo E cada gr?o caia casado com uma gota de nuvem E no ch?o de areia uente do fogo Livros aos molhos | Facebook LUUANDA estrias Jos Luandino Vieira Edio Edies Idioma portugus Encadernao capa mole OBS Na contra capa editado um curto texto de Jorge de Sena sobre a obra RARO Preo € portes em correio editorial includos Direct Selling LUUANDA stories Jos Luandino Vieira Edition Editions Language Portuguese Binding soft cover Note On the Liceu Guiomar de Lencastre Luanda Home | Liceu Guiomar de Lencastre Luanda likes O liceu D Guiomar de Lencastre era o liceu feminino de Luanda SciELO Analytics Beta SciELO Scientific Electronic Library Online FAPESP CNP BIREME FapUnifesp Avenida Onze de Junho Vila Clementino So Paulo Tel Email scieloscieloorg


9 thoughts on “Luuanda estórias

  1. César Lasso César Lasso says:

    A nice surprise after a hard start Certainly the book is a classic of Angolan literature but it picks up slowly Before I was halfway through it I thought I might give up the read at any moment One reason is the language – the author writing from a prison of the dreaded PIDE –Salazar’s regime’s frightening security police– is creating the literary language of a future new nation The Portuguese used is then very African In the first half of the book I had to look up constantly the glossary at the final pages Only bit by bit I started getting used to that vocabulary The language is African not just for the peculiar vocabulary but also for the morphology and some syntax The least of all are syncopated words ‘brigado for “obrigado” ‘cabou for “acabou” Other features of that creolized Portuguese include the use of the pronoun “você” with verbs used in the second person the elision of connective words such as “ue” “de” and above all the use of whole sentences in the uimbundo languageAnother reason why the read is not easy is the crude poverty described in the three short stories that make up this read The anti heroes depicted along the book are always very humble people The first story is a detailed portrait of an old woman and her grandson facing severe hunger The second story is told from a prison though you feel it “outside” since you hear from the protagonists an account of the reasons that led them to jail And the third story was in my opinion the best That one is when the book has really picked up It describes in over 30 pages a discussion for the possession of an egg The hen belongs to an old lady but it has laid the egg in the barrack’s yard of a neighbor How can the author keep your interest in an egg for so long? Well I will not spoil your read – that’s something you’ll have to find out for yourself


  2. Lorraine Lorraine says:

    This is one of the hardest book I've read so far this year Although uite small only 3 short stories but long The author was imprisoned at the time of writing and he had the luxury of time and interrogate the sociopolitical situation in Luanda at that timeAll the stories are a reflection of the abject poverty the decay and rot which the residents found themselves trudging through on a daily basis in order to survive There were humorous bits which lifted the desolation in the stories but poverty was palpableYouth unemployment was rife evident in the first story where a young man who once found and paid from a piece job immediately went and bought new clothes to impress a girl while there was nothing to eat at home The second story is told in very lengthy terms by a man who was jailed for petty theft In this story a vivid picture is painted of the minutiae things a people with nothing to look forward to do A very descriptive depiction of the circumstances which led to the narrator's arrest The third story is very metaphorical A whole story on a thing A thing so vulnerable but yet held so much strengthThe author vacillated amongst 3 languages There is a glossary which I discovered only at the end of my reading a reflection of even if I wasn't familiar with the other 2 languages their essence were not lost to meA very good introduction to stories out of Luanda in the 40's and 50's but they could've been set today for nothing much has changed


  3. Jorge Pinto Jorge Pinto says:

    Para uem não for fluente na língua nem sempre é fácil seguir a leitura do livro tantas são as palavras e expressões em kimbundu Mas uma vez entrado no espírito específico de cada um dos contos torna se bastante agradável


  4. Patricia Posse Patricia Posse says:

    Um conjunto de contos ue nos transporta para Luanda com as suas gentes e costumes a despertarem emoções universais Vale a pena


  5. Débora Baptista Débora Baptista says:

    Fantastic tales da nossa banda


  6. Pi. Pi. says:

    Al final no era una novela como creí cuando lo aduirí sino tres cuentos Lo primero con lo ue me topé es el portugués de Angola en el ue el libro está escrito ue incluye vocablos en una lengua nativa y una construcción gramatical muy extraña para uien suele leer portugués de Portugal No obstante si bien es una dificultad no podría ser de otra forma Finalmente se pasa en un barrio popular de Luanda y sería rídiculo ue hablaran como una tía de CascaisSon cuentos cotidianos Mi favorito fue el último construído sobre un miserable para nosotros huevo y logra pasar bien sin forzar por un montón de realidades


  7. Inês Montenegro Inês Montenegro says:

    Com um forte cariz anti colonialista o autor faz na estrutura dos três contos uma mistura entre a escola ocidental e a tradição oral africana Apesar do seu interesse por isso mesmo e dos enredos dos contos em si a forma narrativa evitou ue apreciasse mais a leitura na medida em ue a tornou morosa e por muitas vezes me apanhei a desejar ue o autor simplesmente avançasse com o enredo


  8. Maria Soares Maria Soares says:

    Um clássico africano mas um livro ecrito para o mundo


  9. Giulia Giulia says:

    354 Ad una seconda rilettura posso dire che nonostante le storie soprattutto la seconda non mi piacciano le descrizioni sono magnifiche


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