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José Saramago

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1998 Nobel Prize Literature Winner José Saramago News

''Peştera'', de Jose Saramago

Ziarul de Iaşi
Jose Saramago s-a nascut la 16 noiembrie 1922 in Azinhaga (Ribatejo), intr-o familie modesta. Destinul sau scriitoricesc a avut o traiectorie uluitoare, culminind cu decernarea Premiului Nobel pentru Literatura (1998). Dupa debutul din 1947 cu un roman ...

1998 Nobel Prize Literature Winner José Saramago News

Editors' Choice

New York Times
SKYLIGHT, by José Saramago. Translated by Margaret Jull Costa. (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, $26.) A shabby Lisbon apartment building hides its humble residents' heartbreak and tepid dreams. THE DARKEST PART OF THE FOREST, by Holly Black. (Little ...

1998 Nobel Prize Literature Winner José Saramago News

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PR Newswire (press release)
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Company (Houghton Mifflin) announced that the Company has acquired rights to the latest novel by Nobel Prize laureate Patrick Modiano, thereby expanding its list of Nobel laureates, which includes Jose Saramago, Gunter Grass ...

1998 Nobel Prize Literature Winner José Saramago News

José Saramago's 'Skylight'

New York Times
Voyeurism is inescapable in José Saramago's “new” novel, “Skylight,” which peeks in on a shabby apartment building in the 1940s and takes its epigraph from the Portuguese writer Raul Brandão: “In all souls, as in all houses, beyond the facade lies a ...



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