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My Sweet-Orange Tree (1968)

by Jose Mauro De Vasconcelos

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Its a book that's worth the tears you'll shed while reading it. Its a shame its not frequently published in English anymore. Its such a sad, yet beautiful book. ( )
  spellbindingstories | May 24, 2018 |
Une histoire très touchante en partie autobiographie: celle d'un garçonnet de 5 ans, José, qui est battu et qui découvre l'amour paternel, l'affection et la tendresse, un court instant... ( )
  ladyju | Apr 28, 2018 |
Çok duygusal ve güzel bir roman bir sürü kardeşi olan ailevi problemler yaşayıp kendini hayal dünyasına kaptıran güzel dostluklar eden bir çocuğun hayatı nesneleri öğrenişi,dramını anlatıyor. ( )
  Koutsalogo | Jul 8, 2016 |
A sweet and moving little book. Enduring lyrics, the world through a child's eyes. So far from today's Brazil... ( )
  Miguelnunonave | Aug 7, 2013 |
Un llibre preciós, en què el protagonista, un nen de cinc anys, ens transporta al seu món de pobresa al Brasil. Els sentiments afloren amb el protagonista i la seva imaginació. ( )
  Montserratmv | Nov 20, 2011 |
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Historia de un niño que un día descubrió el dolor...
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Para los vivos: Ciccilo Matarazzo, Mercedes Cruañes Rinaldi, Erich Gemeinder, Francisco Marins y Arnaldo Magalhaes de Giacomo y también Helene Rudge Miller (Piu-Piu!) sin poder olvidar tampoco a mi "hijo" Fernando Seplinsky.
A los muertos: El homenaje de mi nostalgia a mi hermano Luis, el Rey Luis, y a mi hermana Gloria; Luis renunció a vivir a los veinte años y Gloria a los veinticuatro también pensó que realmente vivir no valía la pena. Igual nostalgia para Manuel Valadares, que mostró a mis seis años el significado de la ternura...
¡Que todos descansen en paz!...
y ahora Dorival Lourenço da Silva (¡Dodó, ni la tristeza ni la nostalgia matan!...)
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Relata la historia de un niano que un daia, de pronto, descubre el dolor y se hace adulto precozmente.

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