Signs Of Fire by Jorge de Sena

"Signs of Fire" is a historical novel set against the backdrop of the Spanish Civil War and the onset of World War II, exploring the coming-of-age of a young Portuguese man. The protagonist, caught between the expectations of his bourgeois family and his own political awakening, grapples with the tumultuous events of the era, his personal relationships, and his burgeoning intellectual and ideological convictions. As he navigates love, friendship, and the struggle for meaning in a world on the brink of chaos, the novel delves into themes of identity, resistance, and the impact of historical forces on individual lives.

The 3257th greatest book of all time


Published
1979
Nationality
Portuguese
Type
Fiction
Pages
Unknown
Words
Unknown
Original Language
Portuguese

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