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A Confissão de Lúcio

By Mário de Sá-Carneiro
  • ISBN Code: : 9897001190
  • Publisher : Ediçoes Vercial
  • Pages : 88
  • Category : Fiction
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Por 1895, não sei bem como, achei-me estudando Direito na Faculdade de Paris, ou melhor, não estudando. Vagabundo da minha mocidade, após ter tentado vários fins para a minha vida e de todos igualmente desistido – sedento de Europa, resolvera transportar-me à grande capital. Logo me embrenhei por meios mais ou menos artísticos, e Gervásio Vila-Nova, que eu mal conhecia de Lisboa, volveu-se-me o companheiro de todas as horas. Curiosa personalidade essa de grande artista falido, ou antes, predestinado para a falência.

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