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O tradutor cleptomaníaco

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Kosztolányi é um dos maiores autores húngaros. Em 1933 lançou um volume de contos protagonizados por seu personagem mais famoso, Kornél Esti (espécie de alter ego do autor), do qual foram extraídas as treze histórias de O tradutor cleptomaníaco.
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May 16, 2016 Erwin Maack rated it it was amazing
Um livro delicioso de um narrador talentoso que escreve histórias cujo significado vai além do aparente. Como se fosse um prisma que apresenta, segundo a face que admiramos, várias possibilidades, brinca com o nosso entendimento e nos faz pensar levemente, em tantas coisas. A sua busca da verdade é uma brincadeira séria, e nem por isso, menos instigante e curiosa. Ele gera curiosidade e não permite que larguemos o livro até ser terminado. Estava acostumado com a bela melancolia húngara, agora ...more
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Li a edição da Editora 34 que tem essa novela e outros contos. Muito bom, engraçado e com um humor diferente. O conto é quase surrealista com um lado poético, e de certa forma patético. Primeira experiência com esse autor.
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Os 13 contos, baseados no adorável personagem Kornél Esti, percorrem diferentes cidades européias - sobretudo Budapeste - numa sequência de situações absurdas. Um misto de crítica e humor torna obrigatória sua leitura. Com extrema delicadeza Kosztolányi transforma cenas corriqueiras em beleza e tragédia, banalidades em situações insólitas e cômicas.
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Dezső Kosztolányi was a famous Hungarian poet and prose-writer.

Kosztolányi was born in Szabadka (Subotica) in 1885, then part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, but which now lies in northern Serbia. The city serves as a model for the fictional town of Sárszeg, in which he set his novella Skylark as well as The Golden Kite. Kosztolányi studied at the University of Budapest, where he met the poets Mih
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