Tragedy of the Street of Flowers by Eca de Queiros
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Tragedy of the Street of Flowers
By Eca de Queiros

The Tragedy of the Street of Flowers

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Translated by Margaret Jull Costa See other recent books by Margaret Jull Costa
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Tragedy of the Street of Flowers by Eca de Queiros

Book Description

Considered to be Portugal''s finest novelist, Eca de Queiroz was a master of satire who set out to expose the hypocrisy of his day. He accomplishes this magnificently in The Tragedy of the Street of Flowers'

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Book Details

ISBN: 9781873982648
ISBN-10: 187398264X
Format: Paperback
(197mm x 127mm x 25mm)
Pages: 320
Imprint: Dedalus Ltd
Publisher: Dedalus Ltd
Publish Date: 29-Aug-2000
Country of Publication: United Kingdom

Books By Author Eca de Queiros

City and the Mountains by Eca de Queiros City and the Mountains, Paperback (September 2008)

Jacinto was born and brought up in Paris. He lives in a mansion crammed with books and with all the latest gadgets. When he travels at his estate in Portugal, he discovers that none of the boxes and crates he has despatched from Paris have arrived. How will he survive without civilisation's essential comforts?

Cousin Basilio by Eca de Queiros Cousin Basilio, Paperback (May 2003)

The book aroused a scandal in its time for its frank descriptions of sex and desire.

Crime of Father Amaro by Eca de Queiros Crime of Father Amaro, Paperback (February 2003)

This novel is set in Leiria, a provincial cathedral in which the hypocrisies of churchmen were not far to seek. Father Amaro, a young man like the author himself, with a priestly rather than a diplomatic vocation, falls into a relationship with a woman, and their tragic story unfolds.

To the Capital by Eca de Queiros To the Capital, Paperback (October 2002)

'To the Capital' is Eca de Queiros's seventh novel. Written at the end of his life, the novel remained unpublished for 25 years until Eca's son prepared and published the first edition in 1925.

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