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Fratelli d´Amazzonia divisi dall´amore per le stesse donne, di Cristina Taglietti – Corrieri della Sera, 29/01/2006

Italiano, Prensa  

Un segreto e molte rivelazioni: ciò che conta nel romanzo di Milton hatoum non sono solo gli ingredienti, ma come sono cucinati. http://www.miltonhatoum.com.br/wp-content/uploads/2011/02/DueFratelli_Corriere_della_Sera_29jan2006.jpg

“Wir sind alle uneheliche kinder Amerikas” – Neue Bücher Zeitung, 16 Januar 2010

Deutsch, Presse  

Gespräch mit dem Brasilianischen Autor Milton Hatoum über sein Schreiben sowie über die Literatur, Identität und Zukunft seines Landes, bei Patrick Straumann. http://www.miltonhatoum.com.br/wp-content/uploads/2011/02/NeueBücherZeitung_16Jan2010.jpg

Der Dschungelfluch, Klara Obermüller – Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 4 Dezember 2002

Deutsch, Presse  

Family and rebellion in the forests of Brazil, by Daniel Hahn – The Independent, 5 December 2008

English, Press  

Somewhere upriver in the deep Amazon rainforest is the Vila Amazonia, a grand old estate-house with a busy jute plantation, property of the tycoon Trajano Mattoso. http://www.miltonhatoum.com.br/wp-content/uploads/2011/02/TheIndependent_5Dec2008.jpg

An Amazonian tragedy of jealousy and loss, by Alberto Manguel – The Independent, Friday, 20 December 2002

English, Press  

Sibling rivalry is as old as the world. From Cain and Abel to the Karamazovs, every man seems to revel in the desire of being the chosen child. Jews and Muslims still quarrel about which brother was to be sacrificed by Abraham – Isaac or Ishmael – because even when led to the slaughter a brother’s cry is a pathetic “choose me!” Sibling rivalry is as old as the world. From Cain and Abel to the Karamazovs, every man seems to revel in the desire of being the chosen child. Jews and Muslims still quarrel about which brother was to be sacrificed by Abraham – Isaac or Ishmael – because even when led to the slaughter a brother’s cry is a pathetic “choose me!” The brothers in Milton Hatoum’s novel are twins, pride of an immigrant family in Manaus, in the Amazonian rainforest of Brazil. The father is a Lebanese adventurer, Halim, who falls in love with Zana, the beautiful daughter of a restaurant owner from Lebanon. After the old man dies, Zana, unable to bear the grief of his memory, convinces her husband to open a small shop.  Zana wants children; Halim wants Zana to himself alone. When twins […]

Emilie, eine neue Stimme Brasiliens von Hanspeter Brode – Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 8 Dezember 1992

Deutsch, Presse  

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A story of Manaus, by Jonathan Keates – Times Literary Supplement, May 24, 2002

English, Press  

Almost from its foundations, the Amazonian port of Manausbecame one of those places which has as lively a reality form armchair travellers as for those who have actually managed to make the journey. (…) http://www.miltonhatoum.com.br/wp-content/uploads/2011/02/TLS_May24_2002.jpg

Sin miedo y con placer, por Milton Hatoum – El País Cultural, 14 Agosto 2009

Do autor, Ensaios/Críticas, Español, Prensa  

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La travesía del lenguaje – por Milton Hatoum, El País, Babelia, 28 de Septiembre de 2002

Do autor, Ensaios/Críticas, Español, Prensa  

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“No se puede escribir sobre lo que se recuerda con nitidez” – El País, Babelia, 2 de noviembre de 2002

Español, Prensa  

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