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Monthly Archives: June 2013

28 Jun 2013

I read “The Count of Monte Cristo” when I was about 15 or 16 years old and it became my favourite book. This was the one that taught me it is possible to mourn a good book. It’s not that meanwhile I haven’t mourned other books, but I felt this book like one feels a first love. And, all in all, it’s always hard to get over a first love. I never read it again, fearing I wouldn’t find what I […]

28 Jun 2013
28 Jun 2013

Ana Alexandre – O Conde de Monte Cristo (The Count of Monte Cristo) / Alexandre Dumas

02 Jun 2013

Reading the book 1984 was requested to me by a college teacher as a homework, therefore over 10 years ago. At the time I didn’t realize why I should read this book as a subject in a Psycopedagogy degree. Perhaps nowadays I do. However, I simply realized at the time that this would be one of the books of my life! 1984 is a criticism to the industrialized modernized technological society, which is totally rational and functional. It is about […]

02 Jun 2013
02 Jun 2013

Andresa Salgueiro – 1984 / George Orwell