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Comissão Das Lágrimas
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Comissão Das Lágrimas

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Some say an arrested female commander once sang even as she was tortured. In a story inspired by this legend, Cristina looks back on her childhood in Africa. Cristina is tormented by the inner voices of her father, a black ex-priest infamous for administering torture techniques during 'The Commission of Tears;' and her Portuguese emigrant mother, who used to sing in Angola. Portugal, 320pp.… (more)
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Comissão das Lágrimas by António Lobo Antunes

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Some say an arrested female commander once sang even as she was tortured. In a story inspired by this legend, Cristina looks back on her childhood in Africa. Cristina is tormented by the inner voices of her father, a black ex-priest infamous for administering torture techniques during 'The Commission of Tears;' and her Portuguese emigrant mother, who used to sing in Angola. Portugal, 320pp.

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