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O Primo Basílio e O Mandarim (Clássicos Scipione)

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O Primo Basílio é um romance de Eça de Queirós. Publicado em 1878, constitui uma análise da família burguesa urbana no século XIX [1].

O autor, que já criticara a província em O Crime do Padre Amaro, volta-se agora para a cidade, a fim de sondar e analisar as mesmas mazelas, desta vez na capital: para tanto, enfoca um lar burguês aparentemente feliz e perfeito, mas com base
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Published 1994 by Scipione
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It was probably one of the best books I had to read for school. I remember loving it, even crying a couple of tears towards the end. The main characters can be extremely irritating, but I guess it's something done on purpose, to make you realize how some things really are. Our heroine cheats on her loving husband for nothing but boredom and it gets to your nerves sometimes, but once you're done with the book, you miss it.
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Eça de Queirós não precisa nem comentar!!!
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Novelist committed to social reform who introduced Naturalism and Realism to Portugal. He is often considered to be the greatest Portuguese novelist, certainly the leading 19th-century Portuguese novelist whose fame was international. The son of a prominent magistrate, Eça de Queiroz spent his early years with relatives and was sent to boarding school at the age of five. After receiving his degree ...more
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