Winning writer presents tales that dialogue with childhood,
the aging and death.
One of the greatest exponents of Brazilian literature, the award-winning writer Maria Valeria Rezende releases his newest book by publisher Penalux. Titled "The Serena Face", a obra reúne contos que mostram a evolução e o amadurecimento de protagonistas que experimentam o contato com o outro, growing and relating with their family models, while in his own blossoming discover the violence of human feelings, as the envy and anxiety.
A ideia principal do livro é propor um refazer de percurso de vida, a reflective remember the first experiments, such as, for example, the fear, the anguish, complicity with the grandparents, the heat of the first child models and the discovery of a world full of possibilities, e seu desenrolar-se, not always happy, over the years.
According to Wilson Gorj editors and Tonio France, os contos de Maria Valéria permitem ao leitor acompanhar as primeiras descobertas dos personagens e a potência de um sentimento puro e descontaminado de um tédio muitas vezes decorrente da vida adulta.
– All this discovery and adventure are made with subtlety, and stories are told without affectation, creating endearing characters that develop in everyday contexts, always well presented by the masterful author writing. We are facing a great narrator, lady from office. The awards already achieved by it do not deny me - highlights Gorj.
- Although "Serena Face" escape the ingenuity, the stories also bring remember from one phase of life discoveries. So that now, in the case of a significant writer of the Maria Valeria Rezende, the book's merit lies not only in the stories convey, but especially in the way the author presents them - explains France.
About Maria Valeria Rezende
Currently living in Paraíba, Maria Valeria Rezende is born in Santos (SP), in 1942. writes fiction, poetry and is also a translator. She graduated in French Language and Literature, Pedagogy and Master in Sociology.
Among the published works are, "The flight of red maned" (Objective, 2005), published in Portugal and France, and two editions in Spain (Spanish and Catalan). He won the Jabuti prize 2009, in the children's category, with "No risk Snail" (authentic, 2008) and, in 2013, youth category, the novel "Gold in the head" (authentic 2012).
Also won the Jabuti best romance and fiction yearbook with Forty days (Alfaguara, 2014). In 2017, his novel "Other Songs" won the Casa de las Americas Award (Cuba), Award São Paulo and the Jabuti prize (3º Place). Participates in Mulherio Movement of Letters.
|Title: A Face Serena|
|Author: Maria Valeria Rezende|
|Pages: 158 p|
|Price: R$ 40,00|
|publisher's website: site.editorapenalux.com.br|