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Cuadernos De Lanzarote (1993-1995)

Want to Read saving…. More than a mere gathering of memories or reflections, this book explains the reasoning behind his controvertial opinions. Read more Read less.

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Jan 26, Ariadna73 rated it liked it Shelves: ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. Read more Read less. He was a member of the Portuguese Communist Party. Following a suggestion of his family’s, Saramago started compiling an account of his daily life.

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Following a suggestion of his family’s, Saramago started compiling an account of his daily life. Cesar Benedicto rated it liked it Nov 16, Thanks for telling us about the problem. I have to admit, however, that I became somewhat impatient at times with his emphasis on literary prizes especially the Nobel prizebut I can excuse him only because from the hose beginning he warns the reader that he would indulge in narcissistic exercises.

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Saramago has lived in Lanzarote, Spain, since Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. To ask other readers questions about Cuadernos De Lanzaroteplease sign up.

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Alfaguara January 1, Language: It was great to be able to get to know better one of my favourite authors. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. Saramago has written poetry, theater, chronicles, essays, and novels. Lanzaeote trivia or quizzes yet. Ciro Tranchese rated it really liked it Jun 28, There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Azinhaga, Portugal, is the best-known contemporary Portuguese author.

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