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A ciência de Júlio Verne - Cheiro de Livro

A ciência de Júlio Verne - Cheiro de Livro

Dr. Seuss is a widely popular children's author, but most people don't know anything about him. Here are some lesser-known facts about the author and illustrator that gave us "The Cat in the Hat" and "Horton Hears a Who".

The Secret Life of Dr. Seuss

Seuss Biography - Theodor Seuss Geisel, known to the world as Dr. Seuss was born on of March 1904 in Howard Street, Springfield, Massachusetts. He is widely recognized f

Escritoras Portuguesas: Irene Lisboa

Escritoras Portuguesas: Irene Lisboa

Bury Your Gays: Why 'The 100,' 'Walking Dead' Deaths Are Problematic (Guest Column)

Bury Your Gays: Why 'The 'Walking Dead' Deaths Are Problematic (Guest Column) A wave of queer female character deaths has fans fighting to remake TV.

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The picture itself it's not what I am deeming awesome, but the act of floating serenely in water in nature.

Rosa Lobato de Faria, poetisa, romancista

Rosa Lobato de Faria - Portuguese actress and writer whose career encompassed a variety of media including acting, scriptwriting, literature and songwriting.

Júlio Dinis (1839-1871) always saw the world through the prism of brotherhood, optimism, feelings of healthy love and hope. Nominated as an author of transition between romanticism and realism, the author has achieved a perfect alliance between these two currents. Affiliated with the Romantic Movement, but he was realistic concerning with the truth in the descriptions, the characters and the evolution of the plot, using methods of the realist novel English.

Júlio Dinis - Escritor / Autor (always saw the world through the…

José Duarte Ramalho Ortigão (1836 - 1915), Portuguese writer and polemicist. He began his literary career in Porto, as a literary critic and serials newspaper Jornal do Porto. He was a friend of Eça de Queiroz with whom wrote The Mystery of the road to Sintra (O Mistério da Estrada de Sintra, 1871), which was published as a serial in the Diario de Notícias, and Farpas, political chronicles, literature and customs , a monthly occurrence.

José Duarte Ramalho Ortigão (1836 - 1915), Portuguese writer and polemicist. He began his literary career in Porto, as a literary critic and serials newspaper Jornal do Porto. He was a friend of Eça de Queiroz with whom wrote The Mystery of the road to Sintra (O Mistério da Estrada de Sintra, 1871), which was published as a serial in the Diario de Notícias, and Farpas, political chronicles, literature and customs , a monthly occurrence.

Jules Verne, born 2/8/1928 in France, died 3/24/1905.  He wrote "fantasy fiction" such as:  "20,000 Under the Sea", "Around the World In Eighty Days" and many more.

George Francis Train American clipper ship and railway entrepreneur. He grew increasingly eccentric in his later years.

Mário de Sá-Carneiro (1890-1916) is closely related to his personal experience, that is, it shows his inadequacy to the world and the constant pursuit of his own self. This makes the poet immerse himself in his inner world and achieve self-destruction. Delirium and confusion of the senses, marks of his personality, define his egotism, a search to express the unconscious and the dispersion of the self in the world.

Mário de Sá-Carneiro is closely related to his personal experience…

Manoel de Oliveira, born December 11, 1908, is a Portuguese filmmaker, and currently the world's oldest operating.

Manoel de Oliveira, born December is a Portuguese filmmaker, and currently the world's oldest operating.

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