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Monthly Archives: August 2012

29 Aug 2012

Wuthering Heights I can’t really tell my right age when I read this book for the first time, I think I was 15/16 years old. I remeber walking along the school halls completly sleepy for staying awake until 2 or 3 in the morning reading it. The books have an almost magical ability to arrest us inside them until we turn the last page. Throughout that week I felt that I too was one of the inhabitants d ‘Wuthering Heights and was […]

29 Aug 2012

Emily Brontë

Emily Brontë

29 Aug 2012

Joana Linda – Wuthering Heights (Monte dos Vendavais) / Emily Brontë

16 Aug 2012

De Alinda a Vila do Cabo José Vilhena Rodrigues was born on July 2, 1940, at Rua Vasco da Gama in Sines. Carpenter by trade, he began its associative participation before military service as a board member of the Centro Recreativo Sineense. After leaving it, he was director of the section of the Sines of Montepio Geral almost to it’s extinction. He was a Carnival worker from the first year on, later becoming a team leader. He wrote popular verses for […]

16 Aug 2012

José Rodrigues Vilhena

José Rodrigues Vilhena

16 Aug 2012

Sofia Costa – De Alinda a Vila do Cabo / José Rodrigues Vilhena

07 Aug 2012

As Farpas Choosing only one book was for me the difficult choice of one of the works from my favorite author, Eça de Queiroz. I read with just 12 years old the Mistério da Estrada de Sintra, and it was was at that time the door opened to devour all his other works, including the classic Os Maias which was required reading in the Portuguese program of high school and for me it was a pleasure occasion to re-read it. […]

07 Aug 2012

Eça de Queirós & Ramalho Ortigão

Eça de Queirós & Ramalho Ortigão

07 Aug 2012

Teresa Sousa – As Farpas / Eça de Queirós – Ramalho Ortigão