Fado Alexandrino by António Lobo Antunes

"Fado Alexandrino" is a complex narrative that follows the lives of four Portuguese men who meet at a dinner in Lisbon to commemorate their return from the colonial war in Mozambique ten years prior. Each man, representing different social classes, recounts his life before, during, and after the war, revealing their personal struggles and the impact of the war on their lives. The novel also reflects the political and social changes in Portugal from the dictatorship era to the revolution and its aftermath.

The 3054th greatest book of all time


Published
1983
Nationality
Portuguese
Type
Fiction
Pages
null
Words
Unknown
Original Language
Portuguese

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