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Mar 08, Owlseyes rated it really liked it. Rector's Pupils The Rector Pupils, a novel by Julio Dinis published in , tells the story of the return of a young unconscious to the village where he was born. Once there arrived, falls for the bride's brother, which triggers a series of adventures.
The amorous adventures of Daniel clash with the lives of two orphaned, Clara and Daisy, delivered to the care of village rector. In short, The Pupils of Rector translates the Portuguese rural life of the time. A book written with the simplicity Mr. It amazed me to think that Julio Dinis had a premature death he had only 31 and even so wrote so many good classics.
This one is about a journey of love and self discovering in the middle of our Minho landscapes. The rudimentary life of Agriculture is present all over the place and the dialogues are fantastic Shelves: 1-love-love-me-do , catholic , portugu-s.
A very quiet depiction of life in the countryside in midth century Portugal. It tells the story of two brothers, sons of a local farmer, and two sisters who become orphans. While the ending was fairly easy to guess, the best part is Dinis's writing, he makes you want to go visit this nameless village and meet the various characters.
Overall it has a nostalgic tone, as it describes a way of life that was on the verge of changing with the rush of history. A Portuguese classic written in the 19th century, but surprisingly or maybe not!
One of the advantages of having a short memory for book plots is that I can re-read beloved books without having any spoilers and re-enjoying them as if it was my first time read!! And make me realise how little was expected of women! There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Readers also enjoyed. Related Articles. What Happened to Offred? Thirty-four years after the publication of her dystopian classic, The Handmaid's Tale, Atwood returns to continue the story of Offred.
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See the full list. Title: As Pupilas do Senhor Reitor The characteristic loves of Margarida and Clara, the distinct moral of Peter and Daniel, the goodness of Joao Semana, and the dissidents, sensibility, tenderness, rituals and landscape involvement of the Minho. Sign In. Keep track of everything you watch; tell your friends.