History Creator / MachadoDeAssis

14th Jun '16 12:23:59 AM PaulA
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!!Tropes found in his works include:

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!!Tropes found in his !!Works by Machado de Assis with their own pages:
* ''Literature/DomCasmurro''

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works include:by Machado de Assis contain examples of:



* CharacterTitle: ''Literature/DomCasmurro'', ''Literature/QuincasBorba'', ''Helena''.
* ComingOfAgeStory: ''Literature/DomCasmurro'', in a sense.

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* CharacterTitle: ''Literature/DomCasmurro'', ''Literature/QuincasBorba'', ''Helena''.
* ComingOfAgeStory: ''Literature/DomCasmurro'', in a sense.
''Quincas Borba'', ''Helena''.



* DidTheyOrDidntThey: The whole point of ''Literature/DomCasmurro''.



* UnreliableNarrator: ''Literature/DomCasmurro''.
30th Dec '15 7:24:29 PM bianca067
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* CharacterTitle: ''Literature/DomCasmurro'', ''Literature/QuincasBorba'', ''Literature/Helena''

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* CharacterTitle: ''Literature/DomCasmurro'', ''Literature/QuincasBorba'', ''Literature/Helena''''Helena''.
30th Dec '15 7:23:54 PM bianca067
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30th Dec '15 7:23:14 PM bianca067
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* CharacterTitle: ''Literature/DomCasmurro'', ''Literature/QuincasBorba'', 'Literature/Helena''

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* CharacterTitle: ''Literature/DomCasmurro'', ''Literature/QuincasBorba'', 'Literature/Helena''''Literature/Helena''
30th Dec '15 7:22:58 PM bianca067
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* CharacterTitle: ''Literature/DomCasmurro'', ''Literature/QuincasBorba''

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* CharacterTitle: ''Literature/DomCasmurro'', ''Literature/QuincasBorba''''Literature/QuincasBorba'', 'Literature/Helena''
20th Apr '15 6:39:02 AM Harpsichord
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* ''Literature/TheAlienist''

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* ''Literature/TheAlienist''''Literature/OAlienista''
28th Feb '14 4:48:13 AM AndyLA
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* ContinuityNod: Quincas Borba started as a character in ''Posthumous Memoirs of Brás Cubas'', wherein he starts developing his Humanitist philosophy.



* HowWeGotHere: Brás Cubas decides to start his ''Posthumous Memoirs'' from the last days of his life, and then he goes on to tell his story from when he was a child.



* ValuesDissonance: Brazil has a different definition of race and ethnicity than the United States. Therefore, even though he's seen as one of the greatest "black writers", neither he nor other Brazilians would consider him "black".
28th Feb '14 4:41:55 AM AndyLA
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* ''Literature/PosthumousMemoirsOfBrásCubas'', also known in English as ''Epitaph for a Small Winner''

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* ''Literature/PosthumousMemoirsOfBrásCubas'', ''Literature/PosthumousMemoirsOfBrasCubas'', also known in English as ''Epitaph for a Small Winner''
24th Jan '14 5:25:50 AM LongLiveHumour
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Joaquim Maria Machado de Assis, more often known as Machado de Assis (June 21, 1839–September 29, 1908), was a Brazilian novelist, poet, playwright and ShortStory writer. He started his carreer as a proofreader on a small newspaper and died recognized by many as the most important Brazilian writer. Some of his works, which often display his [[DeadpanSnarker witty, sarcastic attitude]], are still read in Brazilian schools to this day. Although he is mainly unknown outside Brazil, he has attrected some attention: WoodyAllen admitted to being his fan and Harold Bloom called him "the supreme black literary artist to date". Machado de Assis was a [[{{Omniglot}} polyglot]], having learned French, English, German and Greek later in life.

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Joaquim Maria Machado de Assis, more often known as Machado de Assis (June 21, 1839–September 29, 1908), was a Brazilian novelist, poet, playwright and ShortStory writer. He started his carreer as a proofreader on a small newspaper and died recognized by many as the most important Brazilian writer. Some of his works, which often display his [[DeadpanSnarker witty, sarcastic attitude]], are still read in Brazilian schools to this day. Although he is mainly unknown outside Brazil, he has attrected some attention: WoodyAllen Creator/WoodyAllen admitted to being his fan and Harold Bloom called him "the supreme black literary artist to date". Machado de Assis was a [[{{Omniglot}} polyglot]], having learned French, English, German and Greek later in life.
11th Feb '13 2:08:58 PM ansdor
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* DidTheyOrDidntThey: The whole point of ''Literature/DomCasmurro''.
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