O Companheiro de Viagem
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Embora seja autor de uma obra imensa e das mais importantes de seu país, o escritor húngaro Gyula Krúdy (1878-1933) foi pouquíssimo editado no Brasil. Conforme notou o crítico Paulo Rónai, os estranhos romances e muitos contos e novelas do autor "constituem um único livro extenso e nunca terminado, o relato de uma saudosa viagem no passado romântico, interrompido por divag...more
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Published by Cosac Naify (first published 1918)
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Gyula Krúdy was a Hungarian writer and journalist.
Gyula Krúdy was born in Nyíregyháza, Hungary. His father was a lawyer and his mother was a maid working for the aristocratic Krúdy family. His parents did not marry until Gyula was 17 years old. In his teens, Gyula published newspaper pieces and began writing short stories. Although his father wanted him to become a lawyer, Gyula worked as an edito...more
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