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  1. says:

    Na infância somos expostos a peuenas e grandes crueldades Algumas entendem se mais tarde; às outras vamos nos habituando Este conto é sobre as primeiras impressões e reacções a vários tipos de crueldade O texto capta com engenhosa simplicidade a consciência de uma criança sensível e a sua susceptibilidade à manipulação É interessante ver como o diálogo usando toda a escala cromática da hieraruia local vai influenciando o rumo dos acontecimentos — Não atires a matar estás a ouvir? Mas se uiseres podes atirar Sabes é só porue tu estavas todo cheio de cagufa e era preciso mostrar à malta ue não és maricas E por isso ue tu és o gajo ue vai dar o primeiro tiro Eu se fosse a ti atirava a matar e despachava o gajo logo Não há azar nenhum nisso foi o Senhor Duarte ue mandou E assim poupavas o trabalho à maltaA morte do cão foi decidida no momento em ue o Veterinário deu um capote ao Administrador na sueca – e é só uma arbitrariedade entre muitas


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    Este é um livro ue passa despercebido a um grande leue de leitores Porém uando olhado com mais atenção percebe se ue em poucas e simples páginas procuroua chamar a atenção de situações injustas exploratórias e pobremente humanas Desenrola se nele uma seuência de contos interligados a um espaço um território ue precisa de ser tomado em atenção Penso ue é o despertar desta atenção ue o autor procurou uando elaborou esta obra Tudo isto através da perspectiva de uma criança ue se por alguns momentos apresentou pensamentos e sentimentos conscientes e maduros em outros momentos apresentou pensamentos egocêntricos tal como a demais população de ualuer idade Sente se a tristeza das personagens enuanto lentamente vamo nos engrenando na terra onde a História de facto não é mais ue o relato de sofrimento e abuso humanoEm consonância com a capa do livro acredito ue Honwana para descrever resumidamente este livro poderia recorrer à célere frase do pintor com uma peuena adaptação Basuiat Believe or not actually I draw


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    This is one for the reading around the world challenge I came across it when I was browsing through my bookshelves looking for books by people with foreign sounding namesI have actually read it before — I read it when I bought it about 15 years ago — but it's short so I thought I'd re read it before ticking Mozambiue off the list I don't remember it making much impact on me then but this time I was impressed It's a slim 117 page collection of vivid fatalistic short stories set in rural Mozambiue and mainly told from a child's perspective Stylistically it has a kind of plain directness in this translation at least that reminds me of Hemingway Not that I've read any Hemingway recentlyIt seems to be out of print unfortunately but if you happen upon a copy somewhere pick it up


  4. says:

    This collection of short stories is full of compassionate honest and simple voices The prose is beautiful for its simplicity First published in 1969 Honwana's stories present to the reader various aspects of life in a small Mozambican village I was surprised at how subtle these stories are in their political and humanistic messages particularly in light of their having been written during a period of great change and turmoil The title story is absolutely heartbreaking and brilliant worthy of being taught in any high school undergraduate Literature class


  5. says:

    Escritor moçambicano Luís Bernardo Honwana nasceu em 1942 vivendo parte da sua vida ainda durante a época colonial Em 1964 publicou “Nós Matamos o Cão Tinhoso” uma narrativa ue compila sete contos onde o visual domina a escrita e a hieraruia colonial nas suas marcas do dia a dia domina as temáticasOpinião completa em


  6. says:

    Obra verdadeiramente fundadora da literatura de Moçambiue o livro de Luís Bernardo Honwana ultrapassa a dimensão política ue a inscreve na história do nacionalismo moçambicano; trata se mais do ue isso de uma obra de vocação universal em ue cada um dos sete contos ue a compõem reflectem o essencial da condição humana sobretudo vista do lado dos ue sofrem a exploração o racismo ou a violência socialEscrita e publicada nos anos 60 uando o autor tinha pouco mais de 20 anos a obra era naturalmente denunciadora do sistema colonial português e por isso esteve proibida até ue a independência de Moçambiue lhe trouxe o reconhecimento e a importância ue efectivamente merece Contos e excertos de contos de Honwana podem ser lidos neste link


  7. says:

    I found a handful of African Writers series books in a secondhand stall and bought the lot This is the best of the lot


  8. says:

    Underwhelming Perhaps my lack of knowledge on colonial Mozambiue affected my appreciation of the work But I enjoyed the first story Dina and then it went downhill from there The story the book takes its title from We killed Mangy Dog was unnecessarily drawn out and repetitive in some places I'm glad at least that it was a short read


  9. says:

    A 1ª edição traduzida por Dorothy Guedes mulher de Pancho Guedes com um desenho de Pedro Guedes reproduzido na capa A edição original de Nós Matámos o Cão Tinhoso é de 1964 estando o autor preso e em risco de desaparecer na prisão tendo sido editada pelo aruitecto Pancho Guedes


  10. says:

    Muito bom Descrições espectacularesContos magníficosDramatização poética


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This book is currently out of stock with a ready about date of September 30 1999The title story which like the oth. This is one for the reading around the world challenge I came across it when I was browsing through my bookshelves looking for books by people with foreign sounding namesI have actually read it before — I read it when I bought it about 15 years ago — but it's short so I thought I'd re read it before ticking Mozambiue off the list I don't remember it making much impact on me then but this time I was impressed It's a slim 117 page collection of vivid fatalistic short stories set in rural Mozambiue and mainly told from a child's perspective Stylistically it has a kind of plain directness in this translation at least that reminds me of Hemingway Not that I've read any Hemingway recentlyIt seems to be out of print unfortunately but if you happen upon a copy somewhere pick it up