A morte e a morte de Quincas Berro D'água

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Jorge Amado de Faria was a Brazilian writer of the Modernist school He was the best known of modern Brazilian writers, his extensive work having been translated into some 30 languages and popularized in film, notably Dona Flor and her Two Husbands, in Portuguese, Dona Flor e Seus Dois Maridos in 1978 His work dealt largely with the poor urban black and mulatto communities of Bahia Wikipedia J

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  • A morte e a morte de Quincas Berro D'água
  • Jorge Amado
  • 27 May 2018

10 thoughts on “A morte e a morte de Quincas Berro D'água

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    Quincas Wateryell s double life, his wife and children prayed for him after he called them vipers and, without so much as a glance over his shoulder, walked out of his respectable middle class home forever And to think, such an obedient, meek husband and father, a former exemplary employee of the State Rent Board the derelicts, tramps, hobos, gamblers and prostitutes in the squalid neighborhoods of his second life all loved him, their first and foremost shinning star of seedy bar and sailor skiff Quincas great great grandfather was a captain and Quincas could feel the sea in his blood , through ten glorious years of carousing, marathon card games, rum drinking and thousands of debaucheries, their leader, Daddy, great pal and hero would spin his new life around a squalid flophouse where he would occasionally crash in his bare, dingy room furnished with sagging, moth eaten cot leader and pal, Daddy and hero did I previously mention his roles If so, it bears repeating , his arms always spread wide, embracing down and outers against all odds, his open heart, his warm smile, rum fueled fire sparkling in his eyes all this is noble, splendid, s...

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    The Double Death of Quincas Water Bray is about hypocrisy of relatives, sincerity of buddies and listlessness and sangfroid of the dead It is literally heavy with irony.When a man dies he is reintegrated into his most authentic respectability, even having committed the maddest acts when he was alive Death, with its unseen hand, erases the stains of the past and leaves the dead man s memory gleaming like a new cut diamond.In some strange way the tale reminded me of Tortilla Flat by John Steinbeck but it was much sardonically wicked.There they all were now, in silence on one side the family of Joaquim Soares da Cunha daughter, son in law, brother, and sister and on the other side the friends of Quincas Water Bray Swifty put his hand into his pocket and felt the frightened frog, as though he wanted to show it to Quincas With a movement that looked like ballet, the friends drew back from the coffin and the relatives drew closer Vanda cast a glance o...

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    This novella is like a small cup of Italian espresso condensed in under a hundred pages the whole flavor of the rather long winded account of Dona Flor, the essence of living in the tropical city of Bahia, the double pull in opposite directions of respectability and lust for life, the fight for the memory of man who died twice, ten years apart view spoiler actually, with a little help from his friends and a wave of the magic realism wand of the author, Quincas rises f...

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