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by Jose-Maria Eca de Quieroz

eBook O crime do Padre Amaro download ISBN: 9723802554
Author: Jose-Maria Eca de Quieroz
Publisher: Edicao Livros do Brasil (2007)
Language: French
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O Crime do Padre Amaro book.

O Crime do Padre Amaro book. Jos� Maria de E�a de Queiroz (P�voa de Varzim, 25 de novembro de 1845 - Neuilly-sur-Seine, 16 de agosto de 1900), escritor e ensa�sta, foi um dos nomes mais importantes da literatura portuguesa. De nome completo Jos� Maria de E�a de Queir�s nasceu a Novembro de 1845, numa casa na Pra�a do Almada, em P�voa de Varzim.

Eça de Queirós's novel The Crime of Father Amaro is a lurid satire of clerical corruption in a town in Portugal (Leira) during the period before and after the 1871 Paris Commune. 16 people found this helpful.

O Crime do Padre Amaro ("The Crime of Father Amaro"), subtitled 'Scenes of Religious Life', is a novel by the 19th-century Portuguese writer José Maria de Eça de Queiroz. It was first published in 1875 to great controversy

O Crime do Padre Amaro ("The Crime of Father Amaro"), subtitled 'Scenes of Religious Life', is a novel by the 19th-century Portuguese writer José Maria de Eça de Queiroz. It was first published in 1875 to great controversy. Eça finished the first draft of this novel in 1875. However, they began to serialise the story without allowing him to see the proofs.

O Crime do Padre Amaro (El crimen del Padre Amaro): Versión de. .O Crime do Padre Amaro (The Sin of Father Amaro): translation by Nan Flanagan, Bodley Head, 1962.

O Crime do Padre Amaro (The Sin of Father Amaro): translation by Nan Flanagan, Bodley Head, 1962. Also published as The Crime of Father Amaro, Carcanet Press, 2002. O Crime do Padre Amaro (The Crime of Father Amaro): translation by Margaret Jull Costa, Dedalus Books, 2002. O Mandarim (The Mandarin in The Mandarin and Other Stories): translation by Richard Frank Goldman, Ohio University Press, 1965. p. 123. ^ Filomena Mónica, Maria (2002).

gutenberg etext 31971. Queiroz, José Maria Eça de. Identifier.

Top. American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library. gutenberg etext 31971. ark:/13960/t8jd5rn4j. Public domain in the USA.

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En El crimen del Padre Amaro -novela en la que un párraco de provincias, amparado en la impunidad que le proporciona su condición de clérigo, se ve arrastrado por la pasión y el deseo a la degradación moral- el autor aborda el tema del celibato eclesiástico en una sociedad dominada por oscurantismo y la omnipotencia de la Iglesia católica.

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Listen to a Great Book Every Month. El crimen del padre Amaro (título original portugués O Crime do Padre Amaro: cenas da vida devota) es una novela del escritor portugués Eça de Queirós publicada en 1875, considerada la primera novela portuguesa del realismo. Causó una gran polémica en el momento de su publicación por su denuncia de la hipocresía social y religiosa. La traducción de Valle-Inclán se sitúa entre 1901 y 1902.

Father Amaro sours for ever the life of the young Amelia Set in Leira, Portugal in the 1870s, follows the love affair of young Father Amaro with nubile Am elia, and their interactions with Am elia's mother, her .

Father Amaro sours for ever the life of the young Amelia Set in Leira, Portugal in the 1870s, follows the love affair of young Father Amaro with nubile Am elia, and their interactions with Am elia's mother, her atheist suitor, and her mother's lover, the priest Canon Dias. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate. Give a Bookmate subscription →. About Bookmate.

O Crime do Padre Amaro, perhaps the greatest novel of Portuguese realism, is Queiros' criticism of the corrpution in the clergy of his time. She becomes pregnant, and is abandoned by Amaro. Heartbroken, Amelia dies. O Crime do Padre Amaro, perhaps the greatest novel of Portuguese realism, is Queiros' criticism of the corrpution in the clergy of his time.

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Enila
Another Dame aux camélias

A certain reminiscence exists, but on the other hand: the sin of padre Amaro is a completely different story. At first, I even wanted to know, which was written first. Never checked, but am pretty sure that Dumas first, then Eça de Queiros. I also suspect tha the very basic idea of the present story emerges from the masterpiece of Dumas. (Dummas 1847, Eça de Queiro 1875). But then, that's all. No imitation, neitner in story, nor in the background.

In Dumas the background is money, here it is the Catholicism or the Catholic Church. Both stories are love stories par excellence, but very different kinds of love stories. Although in mind at the beginning, Dumas soon diappears , is forgotten, because of the strength of this unique of its kind. Sexual relationship between Catholic pároco and his gourgeous community member. No wonder that the Pope put this book into the famous index, the list of forbidden books. No reason to ever strike over - as far as the celibate is observed in Catholicism. At some stage of the story the author puts it very clearly, his attitude towards the celibate: "Celibato e a Igreja: por que proibia ela aos seus sacerdotes, homens vivendo entre homens, a satisfação mais natural, que até têm os animais?" The satisfaction of the most natural and impotant need is allowed to dogs but not to humans...!

Maybe, the celibate is mainly required to secure the obedience of the clergy. Grip of authority by the daily threatening heritary sin. Defying all this, the sexual relationship between the lovers is continued, secrecy enabled by lucky and happy coincidence of external circumstances. Until the reader starts to wonder, how this all can get to end. The holy secrecy of confession is treated, the sin of prostitution likewise. Which is greater sin, secret concubinace or half-open use of prostitution? All this is present in the book. The solution is abrupt and horrifying. Pregnancy and a complete disruption of the relationship from the side of the bride. The horrifying part being the death of the mother and the child. The only possible solution. The destiny of the other side, the ever persistent lover, the father, the great sinner, is left open.

The narrative strength of the story would actually deserve all five stars, but my ultimate condition: a personal touch, me not being only an onlooker, but also feeling participant of the story, not being fulfilled, four stars is the just verdict.
Kazimi
One of the best examples of European Naturalism. Accurate portrait of provincial Portugal at the time. Edition was good with very slight printing imperfections. A must for your library.