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Interesting book-hard to catch on to at first but then it grabs you. Worth reading- suggest it to all you history buffs.Published 12 months ago by Virginia Cargill
This plot is set in Portugal, during a dictatorship, coinciding w the Spanish Civil War. Pereira is an elderly widower, who writes the cultural page of a local newspaper. Read morePublished 18 months ago by liliana Hamlett
Pereira has settled his life once for all. His work: a journalist in charge of the literary section of a newspaper from Lisbon in which he translates French tales not at all on... Read morePublished on May 3, 2014 by Marie-Claire Figueroa
I have expressed my enthusiasm for this book elsewhere on this site, but under the title Pereira Maintains. In fact, it is the same book by the same author and the same translator. Read morePublished on December 10, 2013 by Stephen John Vogel
It moved rather slow & did not have much to say. If you are interested in pre-wwII portugal, you may like it.Published on February 18, 2013 by gary
"Pereira Declares" is an intense burst of writing dealing with oppression and the suppression of free speech. Read morePublished on November 21, 2011 by PuroShaggy
What an ever more vivid tapestry of World War II-era Europe modern writers continue to create. Whether it's because of Robert Wilson (A Small Death in Lisbon), Alan Furst, Marcel... Read morePublished on December 26, 2010 by T. Stroll
Kaplan declares that he read an article quoting some writers he admired who recommended Tabucchi's Pereira Declares. Read morePublished on November 23, 2010 by Ian K.
Fear of speaking out at work is a manifestation of larger political and social forces than simply a dysfunctional administration at one's place of work. Read morePublished on March 23, 2009 by kathleen