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História da Literatura Ocidental by Otto Maria Carpeaux

Marcos marked it as to-read Jul 10, Mateus Pereira marked it as to-read Jan 02, Danilo Zanella is currently reading it Jan 21, This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Carpeaux was born in in Vienna, Austria, to a Jewish family, and lived there until The total bibliographical amount of cited works is on the merge of 30, books or more.

He stayed there for about a year and then went to Brazil, where he changed his last name to Carpeaux. Hugo Alves marked it as to-read Jan 15, Ricardo Facundo marked it as to-read Aug 21, Paulo Levi marked it as to-read Nov 13, From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. In the University of Vienna he studied exact sciences and received his PhD in chemistry with a work concerning the brain, and possibly also a degree in physic Otto Maria Carpeaux March 9, — February 3,born Otto Karpfen, was a Brazilian literary critic born in Austria and multilingual scholar.


Hans rated it it was amazing Mar 09, David Pires marked it as to-read Feb 07, Later he studied sociology and philosophy in Paris, comparative literature in Naples, politics in Berlin and, supposedly, mathematics in Leipzig.

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História da Literatura Ocidental – Volume 1 by Otto Maria Carpeaux

It’s a fairly complete book on ancient literature and Carpeux also explains a lot of general history in order to provide a better understanding of the context in which this literature was evolving. Priscila Kuka marked it as to-read Oct 25, For this reason, it has been called “definitive, encyclopaedic and multidisciplinary, a fundamental work in Brazilian literary and cultural bibliography”.

Refresh and try again. The book also include more than 8, brief criticisms and expositions of the majority of the figures discussed along the way, minus the ones cited in passing; all are dealt with in their original languages, both in expositions and quotations and in the bibliography offered. Carpeaux demonstrates in other moments how Brazilian literature benefits from being seen in a double perspective, such as his, capable of increasing insight and break routine.

Otto Maria Carpeaux

Gabriella rated it really liked it Dec 30, Bruno rated it it was amazing Jun 13, However, he did hisrria in the composition of an encyclopedia called Mirador. Never abandoning his abomination to militarism and tyranny, Carpeaux opposed to the Brazilian Military Regime and abandoned his literary writings byin order to participate more actively on political debate.


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Yan marked it as to-read Jan 11, Rodrigo Suhr marked it as to-read Mar 21, Abdias Rabelo is currently reading it Apr 12, At some point in his life, Karpfen converted to Christianity, adding the Maria to his name and using Fidelis as his surname for some time.

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