Vida Secreta dos grandes autores

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EDIOURO (RJ) - 312 pages
3 Reviews
É comum imaginar que a vida dos grandes autores é tranquila e desinteressante, ou, ao contrário, agitadíssima e glamourosa. Todavia, a realidade é que nunca os 'ídolos' são vistos como seres humanos comuns, mas como verdadeiros gênios. 'A vida secreta dos grandes autores' mostra os defeitos, as fraquezas e as fragilidades humanas dos grandes nomes da literatura mundial.

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User Review  - mstrust - LibraryThing

After a brief bio and explanation of why an author became famous, or even, iconic, their chapter is broken up into smaller sections of juicy gossip involving serious character flaws, kinks, scandals ... Read full review

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User Review  - spk27 - LibraryThing

There are some truly amazing facts in this book, of which my personal favourite was the revelation that Mark Twain once gave a speech to an audience that included Queen Elizabeth I. Pretty impressive, given that she died more than 200 years before he was born. Read full review

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