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By Cristovão Tezza

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Cristovão Tezza used to be born in Lages, within the southern Brazilian country of Santa Catarina, in 1952. he's the writer of thirteen novels, released in 7 languages, and the winner of many literary prizes, together with the Jabuti Prize, the Portugal-Telecom Award, the São Paulo Literature Award, Petrobrás Literature Award, Brazilian Academy of Letters, São Paulo paintings Critics' organization Award, the Zaffari & Bourbon Prize, Bravo, France's Charles Brisset Award, and a nomination for the 2012 IMPAC-Dublin Award. short area among colour and color was once the winner of the 1998 Brazilian nationwide Library's Machado de Assis Award.

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O romance narra a história de Tato Simmone, jovem pintor curitibano, que busca firmar-se como artista e se vê às voltas com uma mulher sedutora, um marchand suspeito e um falso Modigliani. Envolto em um dilema ethical, a princípio puramente abstrato, Tato entra em uma realidade inaudita quando se descobre em meio a uma intriga do mundo das artes. Cristovão Tezza domina a narração e constrói uma visão de mundo multifacetada, ambígua e sutil, sem perder o prazer do humor e do envolvimento do leitor.

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She was sometimes accused of doing that herself at work. ” asked Dita. ” “No. ’ And ‘Don’t know. ’” To Linda, it seemed as if Dita’s eyes and voice were lull of restlessness, fantasy, something mysterious that irritated her. It was not envy that devoured Linda; it was envy mixed with admi­ ration, a bit of jealousy, and an endeavor to imitate it. She did not know what all was involved in it. ” “Whoever goes without a show­ er, as I read in Mr. Langer, must resign himself to having demons turn his spirit into a waterfall.

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To how many dreams should she yield? How many times could she give of herself unconditionally? Must she surrender her reservations? All the girls were filled with these leelings. lhey toyed with them as though they were lire eaters standing in an oil spill. How close— or how far away— was it to every woman ’ It was easy to tell lies from a distance, as the caretaker used to say. Was it so much more difficult up close' It was just a step from what yesterday had been an unknown quantity, more or less nothing, and now suddenly it meant much.

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