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O Meu Nome é Legião

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O livro começa como um relatório de polícia, descrevendo a vida de um gang numa zona a que se chama simplesmente Bairro e que nos pode fazer evocar um qualquer bairro periférico de uma grande cidade.
A legião que é referida no título reporta-se a uma citação do Evangelho de São Lucas, mais precisamente ao seguinte excerto: ««(...) Quando desceu para terra veio-lhes ao encon
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Paperback, 380 pages
Published September 2007 by Publicações Dom Quixote
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Rosa Ramôa

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Não tenho medo de nada...

"A legião que é referida no título reporta-se a uma citação do Evangelho de São Lucas, mais precisamente ao seguinte excerto: ««(...) Quando desceu para terra veio-lhes ao encontro um homem da cidade, possesso de vários demónios, que desde há muito não se vestia nem vivia em casa mas nos túmulos. Ao ver Jesus prostrou-se diante dele, gritando em alta voz: 'Que tens que ver comigo Jesus, filho de Deus altíssimo? Peço-te que não me atormentes!» (
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Tiago
This book is probably the best book I have read so far. This book also took me more than a year to read, as it is not an easy read and there the way the narrative flows is far from the typical story telling and a lot more similar to the way the characters think. And that's part of what makes this book so unique and so hard at the same time. You have a diversity of "narrators", with very different styles and very different stories to tell. Instead of reading their stories, your fed their emotions ...more
Özlem Ekmekçiler Rocha
Foi um engano escolher este livro. Li as páginas sem muito perceber. Só dei uma estrela- e isso porque aprendi novo vocabulário.
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Even though I really enjoy reading ALA this book is really boring.
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At the age of seven, António Lobo Antunes decided to be a writer but when he was 16, his father sent him to medical school - he is a psychiatrist. During this time he never stopped writing.
By the end of his education he had to join the Army, to take part in the war in Angola, from 1970 to 1973. It was there, in a military hospital, that he gained interest for the subjects of death and the other. T
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