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By Edgard Telles Ribeiro
*This is the unique e-book in Portuguese that used to be later translated to English as His personal Man.
About the author:
Brazilian writer and diplomat Edgard Telles Ribeiro (b. 1944) spent a peripatetic early life in Marseille and diverse different ecu towns. After returning to Brazil, he labored as a journalist, filmmaker, and professor of movie stories ahead of coming into the international carrier. His debut novel O Craido Mudo (The evening Table), used to be released in English to serious acclaim as i'd Have enjoyed Him If I Had no longer Killed Him, and used to be as a result translated into Dutch, German, and Spanish. Later novels and brief tale collections have garnered one of the most very important literary prizes in Brazil, together with the Jabuti Prize (twice), the Brazilian Academy of Letters Prize; and for his most recent novel, HIS personal guy, the Brazilian PEN Prize (2011). He presently divides his time among ny and Rio de Janeiro.
Sobre o livro:
Em seu novo romance, O PUNHO E A RENDA — que já vem sendo considerado uma obra-prima da ficção política e seu mais importante trabalho —, Edgar Telles Ribeiro, escritor e diplomata, mergulha nos bastidores das embaixadas, revelando suas tensões e disputas. Não se trata, porém, do rendilhado charmoso da vida social das rodas diplomáticas — Edgard abre, pela primeira vez no Brasil, uma caixa preta: tendo como tema a ditadura brasileira e as formas de opressão que o sistema gerou no período do regime militar (1964-1985), a obra revela os subterrâneos sinistros da Operação Condor e lida com os grupos de direita que atuaram dentro do Itamaraty nessa época. Aborda complôs para derrubar governos, cumplicidades com torturas, a sede de subir na carreira.
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But Ita lian can justly claim superiority over the others, not so much for the relative merit of being close to Latin at least in having si for sic, or for the still very grave (but, we could interject, undemonstrable) consideration of its close ness to the patterns of a rational philosophical grammar (gramatica comunis — De v. e. ). This epithet of subtilis must be added to dulcis as a conclusive designation DANTE AND THE ARS GRAMMATICA 39 of the novelty and value of the Stilnuovo, in Dante's mind.
Finds that Dante aimed at a vulgare illustre that would combine universalitas and naturalitas, as the Adamitic language had once done, but Latin was no longer doing. I feel rather inclined to believe that the "universality" of Italian could only be, if anything, a vague and relative notion, quite remote from the rigor implied in modistic speculation. Precisely in the use of technical terms that seem to derive from the "radical" or Averroistic Aristotelianism of Boethius of Dacia and Siger of Brabant one can see the distance which effectively separates Dante from DANTE AND THE ARS GRAMMATICA 37 them.
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O Punho e a Renda by Edgard Telles Ribeiro