#lusophonelit30 : a year of reading literature in Portuguese

4 thoughts on “#lusophonelit30 : a year of reading literature in Portuguese”

  1. If you have anything to recommend or know someone who would, let me know! The list is growing, though I hope they’ll be available at Book Stop or elsewhere on people’s bookshelves 😉

  2. Try:

    1. João Ubaldo Ribeiro (Brazil) – “The house of the fortunate Buddhas”
    2. Pepetela (Angola) – “Jaime Bunda – Secret agent”
    3. José Eduardo Agualusa (Angola) – “Creole”
    4. Jorge Amado (Brazil) – “Capitans of the sands” and “Gabriela, Clove and Cinnamon”
    5. Mia Couto (Mozambique) – “a river called time”
    6. Ondjaki (Angola) – “Good morning comrades” and “Granma Nineteen and the Soviet’s secret”

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