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Dom Casmurro

MacHado De Assis, Joaquim M.

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ISBN 10: 0520007905 / ISBN 13: 9780520007901
Verlag: University of California Press, 1966
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Titel: Dom Casmurro

Verlag: University of California Press

Erscheinungsdatum: 1966

Einband: Paperback

Zustand:Very Good

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Dom Casmurro é um romance escrito por Machado de Assis, publicado em 1899 pela Livraria Garnier. Escrito para publicação em livro, o que ocorreu em 1900 - embora com data do ano anterior, ao contrário de Memórias Póstumas de Brás Cubas (1881) e Quincas Borba (1891), escritos antes em folhetins -, é considerado o terceiro romance da "trilogia realista" de Machado de Assis, ao lado desses outros dois. Seu personagem principal é Bento Santiago, o narrador da história que, contada em primeira pessoa, pretende "atar as duas pontas da vida",[2] ou seja, unir relatos desde sua mocidade até os dias em que está escrevendo o livro. Livro épico que devia estar na cabeceira de cama de todo estudande e amante de literatura.

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The unreliable narrator and the fictional memoir are long-standing literary traditions. Nineteenth-century Brazilian author Joaquim Maria Machado de Assis uses both to brilliant effect in his novel Dom Casmurro. Narrated by Bento Santiago, this memoir looks back over a life filled with the suspicion of betrayal: Bento is convinced that his wife had an affair with his best friend, and that his son was the result of it. Though he has no real evidence to support this belief, Bento becomes so obsessed with it that, in the end, he commits crimes far worse than the suspected adultery to avenge himself. The memoir itself is a kind of justification for his actions; Bento, now alone, recreates the environment of his childhood and attempts to rewrite the facts of his life--in essence, reconstructing the past.

Among readers familiar with Latin American literature, Machado is considered a master. His novels blend black comedy with deadly accurate social commentary and an unerring perception of human psychology to create works that are brilliant, complex without being opaque, and joys to read. The Oxford University Press edition is ably translated by John Gledson and accompanied by critical essays that will help orient readers unfamiliar with Machado's work.

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