MACHADO DE ASSIS 1.Ressurrection (1872) 2.The Hand and the Glove(1874) 3.Helena (1876) 4.Iaiá Garcia (1878)
MACHADO DE ASSIS 2nd PHASE 1.Epitaph of a small winner 2.Philosopher or Dog? 3.Dom Casmurro 4.Esau and Jacob 5.Counselor Aires´Memoirs
FAMILY AND MARRIAGE
Spin-offs Machado de Assis and Jane Austen´s works continue to inspire movies, TV series, plays, comics, cartoons, fanfics and mashups.
The hand and the glove Mrs. Oswald had met the baroness in she was an intelligent and wise woman blessed with a good nature... Mrs. Oswald was the life and soul of the house....
The hand and the glove - Why did you not call me? - I must have been asleep, or lost in a Sir Walter Scott novel. - Milton – the English tutor sternly corrected. This morning was dedicated to Milton. What a great poet, Dona Guiomar!
Iaiá Garcia The remainder was solely Iaiá´s deed. Her work split into two parts – a voluntary one and an uncounscious one. Voluntary because, the girl, in the laborious silence of her mind had created the idea of matching the two of them....
Emma Mr. Elton was the very person fixed on by Emma for driving the young farmer out of Harriet´s head. She thought it would be an excellent match...
Ressurrection My idea when writing this book was to put into action that famous thought by Shakespeare: Our doubts are traitors, And make us lose the good we oft might win, By fearing to attempt
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