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El Velero de Cristal

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Todos los ninos viven inmersos en un mundo de suenos; casi podria decirse que la fantasia es su ambiente y su paisaje habitual. ?Quien, siendo nino, no sono con un viaje maraviIloso al pais de la fantasia? ?Quien no se invento un navio, un coche, un tren o un caballo que lo transportaba a un mundo de maravilla?Tambien Jose Mauro de Vasconcelos -que seguramente cuando nino ...more
Paperback, 148 pages
Published July 28th 2000 by El Ateneo
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Rosa Ramôa
Mar 29, 2014 rated it really liked it
“Esta é uma história que se dirige aos leitores que sabem que existe alguma coisa além do quotidiano, que o mundo também pode abrigar o sonho, o maravilhoso, o diferente.
O menino Edu é um personagem que faz pensar e emociona, porque a sua imaginação é ágil e povoa o seu mundo de seres extraordinários que acabam por ter vida própria, aquela vida que está além do que os olhos vêem.
(…) A bordo do Veleiro de Cristal, nave brilhante que existe dentro de todos nós, é possível compreender melhor o que
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Larnacouer  de SH
Jul 17, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: epub-epub
Bir kalp nasıl paramparça edilir sorusuna adeta okkalı bir yanıt Kristal Yelkenli.

Çocuk edebiyatı adı altında okuyucuya sunulmuş olması sizi kandırmasın; yetişkinlerin bile okumak için doğru zamanı kollamasını öneririm zira ben KIRILDIM siz kırılmayın lan. Alacağın olsun Vasconcelos.
Kuyinbii
May 06, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: epub, my-mvp-s
"Canım benim, vardığın her yıldızda beni anmayı unutma."

Uzun zaman sonra kitabı elime alıp bitirebildim.

Keşke daha önce bitirseydim.
Cristiana
"O mar só tem dois tamanhos, o tamanho que a gente imagina e o tamanho que ele tem"
Rodneypp
Jul 13, 2012 rated it really liked it
bonito, mucha apologia a la morfina si te pones a pensar
Erdem İnce
Nov 27, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Yalnızlık ve dışlanmışlığın bir çocuktan çocukluğunu alışını çok sade ve doğal işlemiş yazar. Eduardo'nun içinde çatışan arkadaşları ile sohbetleri ve yaşadıklarının onu ittiği bu renksiz, umutsuz hayata tutunma halinin herkesin bağ kurabileceği bir şekilde sunulması bu alçakgönüllü ve basit denebilecek kitabın da en büyük eserler kadar değerli ve özel olabileceğini hatırlatmalı bize.
Luzbeth De Lenfent
Jun 03, 2017 rated it liked it
Lo leí de niña y de nuevo en mi adultez en un par de ocasiones. Vasconcelos siempre deja fluir a raudales la esencia de su corazón de niño herido en su obra. Es tan triste que casi es cruel, pero con la vida que él mismo tuvo, debe ser muy difícil apartarse del dolor al momento de escribir. La historia es muy inocente y hermosa, llena de imágenes preciosas que llegan directo al alma a través de la narrativa. Es fuerte más allá del contenido en si; se presenta algo que es una realidad amarga en l ...more
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Lulú L. Lacunza
Feb 06, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Esta es una historia de fantasía, que se convierte en realidad, en la propia realidad. Es una preparación, un entrenamiento hasta que llega el final y entendés el por qué de la historia. Es tristísima y hermosa.
Daniel Rodríguez
Apr 03, 2018 rated it really liked it
Historia emotiva y melancólica como una buena canción. Recomiendo, no tanto por la «literatura» que se puede llegar a hallar en estas páginas, sino más por los sentimientos que le transmiten a uno. Rápida, fácil de leer, y como dije anteriormente, sin adornos innecesarios ni palabras rebuscadas. Sencillamente una historia que se sostiene en la fuerza con la que se cuenta, y en el impacto de las experiencias del protagonista.
Genial.
Margarida
Aug 19, 2013 rated it it was amazing
'O veleiro de cristal' é uma das mais encantadoras histórias do JMV. Edu sonha, emociona-se, cria o seu próprio mundo cheio de ternura e de seres extraordinários. o veleiro de cristal é o navio mais brilhante que existe dentro de nós, recheado de sonhos, amizade, liberdade e realização pessoal. como sempre acontece nos romances de JMV, chorei no fim.
Shirley Heraud
Sep 12, 2015 rated it really liked it
En su pequeño mundo de acontecimientos, le gustaba grabar las mejores cosas. Grabarlas en la nostalgia para después recordar despacito y con ternura.
¡Qué enternecedor resultó tan corto y preciado libro!
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Mine
Jan 04, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Yine kalbimi paramparça etti Vasconcelos.
Patricia Tateishi
É um livro mais do mesmo, para quem leu e gostou de "Meu pé de laranja lima"
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José Mauro was born in Rio de Janeiro on February 26 of 1920. His family was very poor, and when he was still very young, he migrated to Natal where relatives took care of him. Entering the Medical Faculty, José abandoned the course of studies in his second year and returned to Rio de Janeiro.[citation needed] There he worked as a boxing instructor and even as a painter's model.

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