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Sa·ra·ma·go

 (sä′rə-mä′go͝o), José 1922-2010.
Portuguese writer especially noted for his novels, which include Country of Sin (1947) and The Stone Raft (1986). He was awarded the 1998 Nobel Prize for literature.

Saramago

(Portuguese ˌsaraˈmɑɡo)
n
(Biography) José.1922–2010, Portuguese novelist and writer; his works include the novel O ano da morte de Ricardo Reis (1984): Nobel prize for literature 1998

Sa•ra•ma•go

(ˌsɑr əˈmɑ gu)
n.
José, born 1922, Portuguese novelist: Nobel prize 1998.
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Prix Nobel de de Litterature 1998, Jose Saramago sera la star de ce rendez-vous.
O ano de 1993 (1), tratado por Jose Saramago como um "poema longo", foi publicado em 1975.
Maria Alzira Seixo argues in Lugares da ficcao em Jose Saramago (1999) that Ensaio "trata-se, no fundo, sobre a abjeccao" (99).
Y celebre es este otro Jose, Jose Saramago, tanto el hombre como el escritor, lo cual es todo un don, si tenemos en cuenta esa paradoja, que a el mismo le escuche exponer alguna vez, segun la cual algunos de los mejores escritores han sido ruines como seres humanos.
Novels cited and studied as examples include those by Jose Saramago, Cormac McCarthy, Anosh Irani, John le Carre, and Yann Martel, among others.
Por esa simple y acreditada conducta de conviccion, el Gobierno del Distrito Federal deberia reconocer lo que acertadamente expreso Jose Saramago, lucido pensador para el que la sociedad no puede organizarse sin politica, pues le asiste el derecho de politizar todos los asuntos de la ciudad a la que ama y a la que defiende del desarrollismo gentrificador.
Jose Saramago is one of those underrated novelists in the literature sphere.
Poeta, profesor, traductor e investigador, Miguel Angel Flores engloba en este volumen una serie de entrevistas, reportajes, cronicas y resenas literarias que van de 1981 a 2012, y que contempla a personajes como Allen Ginsberg, el poeta de la Generacion Beat, el critico literario John Bruswood, el fotografo Lufti Ozkok; o de acontecimientos, como el ingreso del poeta Jose Emilio Pacheco (1939-2014) a El Colegio Nacional, o de semblanza, como las concernientes a las muertes de los escritores Carlos Fuentes (1928-2012) y Jose Saramago (1922-2010).
Raised From the Ground by Portuguese novelist Jose Saramago.
Jose Saramago, Portugal's winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature, dismissed Fatima with "a certain degree of indignation, pain, and anger, faced with the vast number of stalls and shops selling--by the million--medallions, rosaries, crucifixes, tiny representations of the shrine, small and large statues of the Virgin .
Originally released in 1978 as Objecto Quase, the recently re-released The Lives of Things is an intriguing collection of short stories written by Nobel Laureate Jose Saramago, perhaps Portugal's most famous, if not most rebellious, author.