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characters The Maias (Dedalus European Classics) ☆ E-book, or Kindle E-pub 'Eça de ueiroz spent eight years writing The Maias This is a novel in the tradition of Flaubert or Dickens in which de ueiroz anatomises a society through a brilliant drama of a family's decline and downfall Margaret Jull Costa's translation is supple transparent and wonderfully paced There seems to be no barrier at all between the reader and what the author intended The novel shades from realism to romanticism from satire to tragedy The vigour and charm of the characters come across beautifully in this translation and so does de ueiroz's biting sometimes despairing view of Lisbon society in the last uarter of the nineteenth century' Helen Dun novelist and chair of the Oxford Weidenfeld Translation Prize Bruxelles, capitale de l'Art nouveau paced There seems to be no barrier at all between the reader and what the author intended The novel shades from realism to romanticism from satire to tragedy The vigour and charm of the characters come across beautifully in this translation and so does de ueiroz's biting sometimes despairing view of Lisbon society in the last uarter of the nineteenth century' Helen Dun novelist and chair of the Oxford Weidenfeld Translation Prize

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characters The Maias (Dedalus European Classics) ☆ E-book, or Kindle E-pub 'Eça de ueiroz spent eight years writing The Maias This is a novel in the tradition of Flaubert or Dickens in which de ueiroz anatomises a society through a brilliant drama of a family's decline and downfall Margaret Jull Costa's translation is supple transparent and wonderfully paced There seems to be no barrier at all between the reader and what the author intended The novel shades from realism to romanticism from satire to tragedy The vigour and charm of the characters come across beautifully in this translation and so does de ueiroz's biting sometimes despairing view of Lisbon society in the last uarter of the nineteenth century' Helen Dun novelist and chair of the Oxford Weidenfeld Translation Prize Bruxelles, capitale de l'Art nouveau paced There seems to be no barrier at all between the reader and what the author intended The novel shades from realism to romanticism from satire to tragedy The vigour and charm of the characters come across beautifully in this translation and so does de ueiroz's biting sometimes despairing view of Lisbon society in the last uarter of the nineteenth century' Helen Dun novelist and chair of the Oxford Weidenfeld Translation Prize

read ☆ E-book, or Kindle E-pub É Eca de Queiroz

characters The Maias (Dedalus European Classics) ☆ E-book, or Kindle E-pub 'Eça de ueiroz spent eight years writing The Maias This is a novel in the tradition of Flaubert or Dickens in which de ueiroz anatomises a society through a brilliant drama of a family's decline and downfall Margaret Jull Costa's translation is supple transparent and wonderfully paced There seems to be no barrier at all between the reader and what the author intended The novel shades from realism to romanticism from satire to tragedy The vigour and charm of the characters come across beautifully in this translation and so does de ueiroz's biting sometimes despairing view of Lisbon society in the last uarter of the nineteenth century' Helen Dun novelist and chair of the Oxford Weidenfeld Translation Prize