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Kenneth A. Rosenberg
4.0 out of 5 starsAllegorical Tales
Reviewed in the United States on 19 September 2012
This book is a series of short, allegorical tales. Many of these vignettes are just a page or two long and are often about things that most people can relate to, like sitting in a boring lecture, for instance, and coming up with creative ways to make it interesting by letting one's mind wander. This is the kind of book you can pick up and read a few sections of when you have a bit of time, for amusement and perhaps some food for thought.
This book has been inspired by an excellent series of books written by Portuguese writer Gonçalo M. Tavares and based on the life and work of particular authors - as in Tavares' "Mister Calvino" which is based on the life and work of Italian writer, Italo Calvino....
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Ivo Dias de Sousa is a Portuguese writer born in Mozambique. He is also a university professor (Universidade Aberta, Lisboa) and holds a Ph.D. in Information Management. Among his main interests are information management, psychology of luck and literature.