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Juan Rulfo (Mexican Writer),FANY - BLOG:  2010

Juan Rulfo (Mexican Writer),FANY - BLOG: 2010

José Saramago  (Golegã, Azinhaga, 16 de Novembro de 1922 — Tías, Lanzarote, 18 de Junho de 2010) foi um escritor, argumentista, teatrólogo, ensaísta, jornalista, dramaturgo, contista, romancista e poeta português.  Foi galardoado com o Nobel de Literatura de 1998. Também ganhou, em 1995, o Prémio Camões, o mais importante prémio literário da língua portuguesa.

José Saramago Portuguese writer, journalist and playwright won the Nobel Prize for literature in

Fernando Namora (1919-1989) was a writer endowed with a profound capacity for psychological analysis, inseparable from a great sensibility and poetic language. Besides the works of poetry and novels, he wrote  stories, memories and impressions of travel, especially the writer's notebooks, which provide a constant dialogue with the reader, openness to other cultures, lands and people, such as vision of a changing world, as expressed in "Estamos no Vento".

Por Todos os Caminhos do Mundo - Fernando Namora Na minha vida nem sempre a…

Jorge Amado and José Saramago.

José Saramago e Jorge Amado, na casa de Caetano em Salvador- the author of 'Blindness' and 'Tereza Batista Home from the Wars', respectively- two great novels.

Mary Shelley

Fernando Vicente caricature of Mary Shelley as Victor Frankenstein's monster

Julio Cortazar, born August 26, 1914. Cortázar was a novelist, short story writer, and essayist. Known as one of the founders of the Latin American Boom, Cortázar influenced an entire generation of writers in the Americas and Europe. He has been called both a "modern master of the short story" and, by Carlos Fuentes, "the Simón Bolívar of the novel." (photo and blurb from Vintage Books & Anchor Books)

Julio Cortázar with a Cuban cigar [no further credits available], probably / any help with credits will be much appreciated

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