Οι παλιοί ναυτικοί ή Ολόκληρη η αλήθεια για τις αμφιλεγόμενες περιπέτειες του καπετάν Βάσκο Μοσκόζο ντε Αραγκάο, πλοιάρχου του εμπορικού ναυτικού

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Οι παλιοί ναυτικοί ή Ολόκληρη η αλήθεια για τις αμφιλεγόμενες περιπέτειες του καπετάν Βάσκο Μοσκόζο ντε Αραγκάο, πλοιάρχου του εμπορικού ναυτικού

  1. 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 Jorge Leal Amado de Faria Itabuna, 10 de agosto de 1912 Salvador, 6 de agosto de 2001 foi um dos mais famosos e traduzidos escritores brasileiros de todos os tempos Integrou os quadros da intelectualidade comunista brasileira desde o final da primeira metade do s culo XX ideologia presente em v rias obras, como a retrata o dos moradores do trapiche baiano em Capit es da Areia, de 1937.Jorge o autor mais adaptado do cinema, do teatro e da televis o Verdadeiros sucessos como Dona Flor e Seus Dois Maridos, Tenda dos Milagres, Tieta do Agreste, Gabriela, Cravo e Canela e Tereza Batista Cansada de Guerra foram cria es suas A obra liter ria de Jorge Amado 49 livros, ao todo tamb m j foi tema de escolas de samba por todo o Pa s Seus livros foram traduzidos em 80 pa ses, em 49 idiomas, bem como em braille e em fitas gravadas para cegos.Jorge foi superado, em n mero de vendas, apenas por Paulo Coelho Mas em seu estilo o romance ficcional , n o h paralelo no Brasil Em 1994, a sua obra foi reconhecida com o Pr mio Cam es.

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  1. Amado was a Grand Old Man of Brazilian literature 1912 2001 perhaps best known for Dona Flor and Her Two Husbands and Gabriela, Clove, and Cinnamon by Jorge Amado l Summary Study Guide Sailor is like another work I ve reviewed, Shepherds of the Night In Sailor, we are in a coastal retirement community in Brazil Into the community comes a new resident, a retired sea Captain who has a thrilling story for every round of drinks And the Captain is always the hero Everyone in this town has time on th [...]

  2. Home is the SailorIt was not only chance that caused the publication of two short novels in the same book, The Death and Death of Quincas Berro D Agua and the novel The Complete Truth on the Discussed Adventures of Commander Vasco Moscoso de Arag o Captain of Long Course They are texts that maintain a certain connection between them, because in both, the background is the sea and the characters of the two novels refuse to dull daily life, common and ruled Both reject boredom, work routine, famil [...]

  3. Where is the truth, please tell me in the tiny reality of each of us, or in the immense human dream Jorge Amado is a Brazilian Steinbeck, and Home is the Sailor is his Cannery Row.Captain Vasco Moscoso de Aragao regales his suburbanite neighbors with tales of his adventures on the high seas and in exotic ports of call around the world The white haired captain is certainly a master mariner Or, is he This novel is presented here as an amateur historian s narrative of events that occurred over thir [...]

  4. As has become routine for me with Amado s novels, it seemed to take forever to get my reading up to speed in Home Is the Sailor As in every earlier novel of his though, I came to the end feeling I had been told an informative and entertaining tale.The eponymous sailor, Vasco Moscosco de Aragao, had never sailed a ship in all of his 60 years He was the son of a Brazilian businessman and raised by his grandfather in the city, caring nothing for business or hard work Wealthy and gregarious, he made [...]

  5. Well, well, well a very interesting dig on the writing of history, written in a very tongue in cheek fashion in the words of a narattor who on account of his words were trying to write an amateurish historical study of the Captain the protagonist to submit for the contention of a prize Amado s construction of this book is basically founded on two pararrel narratives, the narrator and the Captain, each with his own live events, finally converging into some aposteriori conclusions All through the [...]

  6. Loved it, enjoyed it, totally engrossed It seems stupid even to me to have a bookshelf labelled Latin American but the reason I do so is b c 11 yrs ago I organized a Latin American Festival at Chatham College that stimulated me to read a shitload of Latin American novels so I tend to lump them all together not w any sortof nationalizing intentions but geographic lingual whatever Anyway, it never ceases to amaze me how many great Latin American novelists there are This is the 1st one I ve read b [...]

  7. The original Portuguese title translates as The Old Seamen or the Seafaring Captain I read this book in Romanian translation, which or less kept to the original title and names.Comandante Vasco retires after a life as a ship captain, and settles down in Periperi, a small coastal town Soon he becomes something of a local hero, enchanting the people with his adventures on the high seas, and his collection of navigation instruments However, Chico Pacheco, an elderly local, suspects that Comandante [...]

  8. first book by amado since reading that twayne lit crit, awareness of comic, satiric writing i liked it, but was not too surprised how the narrator interrupts, the characters choose sides, the story works out i guess i was waiting for it, ready for it, so missed that moment of surprise, though there is mounting tension about how exactly it will come to reward our sympathetic character does a comic tale that ends happily have less resonance than a tragedy well it was pleasant and the cheeky moral [...]

  9. Jorge Amado was he died a few years ago probably the most famous modern Brazilian novelist and one of my favourite storytellers His novels are generally set in and around Ilheus, capital of the state of Bahia, and the place where Amado was born.This book which I just read for the first time was thoroughly enjoyable as I knew it would be The theme of the story seems to be the definition of truth or the accountability of deceit or something like that maybe it s just a story about an imposter who m [...]

  10. I strongly disagree with the view that states that Capt Aragao is an impostor What grounds do they have for such a veredict Both sides of the story are told And the reader is left to judge Any of both suggestions could be true The truth lies were In any case, Vasco is a lovely character And in any circumstance all sailors will love him It is a book that any good sailor will always remember fondly.

  11. Humorous, a little sad, a good look at values and virtues, with the normal cast of Amado characters thrown in to illustrate the complexities.

  12. A wonderful comedy with heartstring pulling moments, it also has a nearly perfect structure I found each of the three acts so complete and satisfying.

  13. This is the author s second novel I read The first novel read is Captains of the Sands, which I loved reading much than this one This novel is also a good novel, a good history fiction novel, but I just wasn t attached and or connected neither to the central character, nor to the narrator, and nor to any other characters The novel is very well written and the characters are well developped.The story is told through a narrator, a witness of part of the story, an amateur Historian, who decided to [...]

  14. At some point I was certain I would give a 2 star rating to this book, but alas, the ending is so beautiful and touching, my rating jumped to 4 stars.This books has Amado s usual problems and I have read 11 books by him misogynysm, manicheism, whores are incredible people, rich people are evil, priests are a bore, men who like whores are great, house wives are devils etc anyway, the main character and the story as a whole tells us than the usual socialist talk It deals witht dreams vs reality, [...]

  15. Me pareci un par de historias muy entretenidas, te hace estar en las tierras brasile as tan calorosas con todo ese realismo en cuanto en la ambientaci n a trav s de la prosa, especialmente con el segundo relato del comandante Vasco Moscoso Aragao.

  16. Libro de otra poca, entretenido pero no sent que sea algo que lea por gusto propio Si no me lo hubiera prestado un amigo probablemente nunca lo hubiese le do.

  17. This is outside the scope of what I usually read Translated from the Portuguese it is the narrative of man who arrives in a small town in the guise of a master mariner He captures the imagination of the population and much follows But while the plot is fine, it isn t really what is most striking to me The form of narration is really quite wonderful The narrator is another man who lives in the town He is telling us the story and interjecting episodes from his own life The writing is lovely and wr [...]

  18. Divertida novela vacil n, le dir an algunos sobre un simp tico, digno y envejecido mit mano marino Contiene la picard a caracter stica de Jorge Amado, a pesar de no ser una de sus novelas m s logradas Personalmente considero que, pongamos por caso, Tienda de Milagros toca un tema similar de manera m s trascendente.

  19. A gente n o deve falar do que n o conhece Nem falar nem comandar uma coisa um doutor ou um oficial, outra, muito diferente, um infeliz sem diploma Para os primeiros, todos os privil gios e regalias, para os demais a dura lei.

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