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Tavares received his most significant literary prize to date, the 2007 Portugal Telecom Prize, for his novel Jerusalém.Bájecná léta pod psa (Glorious Lousy Years) was the story of characters too decent to become communists but too cowardly to become dissidents.In this novel dreamlike and real aspects of the Indians' world are seen as present and overlapping.Love and loss were also at the centre of Milo De Angelis's Tema dell'addio, a collection of powerful poems that earned its author a 2005 Viareggio Prize.The Times heralded the book as a movement away from the teen-angst-ridden maturation stories of the late 20th century: In Hisham Matar's extraordinary first novel the voice of youth becomes again what it was in David Copperfield and Jane Eyre, the universal cry.The rumours of a revival of interest in poetry proved to be greatly exaggerated, despite a notable increase in the sales of Heaney's work after he won the Nobel Prize.Antônio Olinto's Alcácer pagina web para buscar pareja gay Quibir, a historical novel about Portugal's fall to Spanish domination in 1580, returned to his favourite themesthe relationship of Portugal, Africa, and Brazil.Boris Khays's Lakhenyu-veynenyu Laughing-Crying was an entertaining volume intended for Israeli children.
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Enis Batur, a towering figure in Turkish letters, continued to produce scores of essays as well as many volumes of prose and poetry, in addition to his indefatigable work as head of the country's largest literary publisher, Yap Kredi Yaynlar.To stimulate a flagging market, some publishers introduced the "supereconomical" paperback offering integral classics, from Epicurus to Freud, for less than the price of a cup of coffee.Caroline Adderson's Pleased to Meet You delineated how successive generations repeated the sins and redemptions of their forebears, and Alice Munro's The View from Castle Rock combined history, family memoir, and fiction into narratives of questionable questions and obscure replies.In Ruin Beauty: New and Selected Poems, Patricia Young explored the necessary contradictions at the heart of life, a concept that also animated A Pair of Scissors, Sharon Thesen's examination of how opposites work against each other to create something new.A number of writers had immigrated, including Mario Susko, who continued to write in the.S.Per Olov Enquist's Boken om Blanche och Marie speculated about a friendship between two-time Nobel Prize winner Marie Sklodowska Curie and Blanche Wittman, the so-called queen of the hysterics and neuropathologist Jean-Martin Charcot's star patient at Paris's Salpêtière asylum.Two intellectuals, one of them British, supported Butler and, many years later, met the narrator in London; though seemingly historical, the intellectuals were fictitious.




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