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Ismael e Chopin By Miguel Sousa Tavares Ismael um coelho bravo que vive no bosque Dos seus 51 irm os, foi ele o escolhido pelo pai, o respeitado Coelho Maltese, para ficar junto de si e aprender tudo o que ele tinha para ensinar todos os segredos do bosque, todos os segredos do mundo A Ismael, o pai aconselha o, entre outras coisas, a ter cuidado com os homens, esses bichos inteligentes que escrevem a l nguIsmael um coelho bravo que vive no bosque Dos seus 51 irm os, foi ele o escolhido pelo pai, o respeitado Coelho Maltese, para ficar junto de si e aprender tudo o que ele tinha para ensinar todos os segredos do bosque, todos os segredos do mundo A Ismael, o pai aconselha o, entre outras coisas, a ter cuidado com os homens, esses bichos inteligentes que escrevem a l ngua que falam Mal sabe Coelho Maltese que a abertura ao mundo o levar a conhecer a m sica e, sobretudo, a figura memor vel de um jovem m sico chamado Chopin.J doente, Chopin refugiou se numa casa meio abandonada, e passa os dias a tossir quando chega a noite, senta se ao piano e toca Aos poucos, atra do pela m sica grandiosa, Ismael perde a timidez inicial e, cheio de cautelas, vai se aventurando Ao ser descoberto, e directamente interpelado pelo genial pianista, o coelhinho bravo descai se e revela o seu dom, apesar de ter prometido ao pai que nunca o faria Sim, porque Ismael tem um dom consegue entender a l ngua humana e, mais, fazer se entender atrav s da nossa linguagem de homens.O que poder resultar de t o singular e tocante relacionamento
Miguel Sousa Tavares
Miguel Sousa Tavares is a portuguese journalist and was born in Porto, on the 25th June 1952 His mother, Sophia de Mello Breyner, was a poetess and his father, Francisco de Sousa Tavares, a lawyer and a journalist After taking the Law course, he carried advocacy during twelve years, but left it permanently to become a full time journalist.He first appeared at television in 1978, by entering the Radiotelevis o Portuguesa channel Portuguese Radiotelevision.In 1989, he was one of the creators of Grande Reportagem magazine Big Report and he became director of it in 1990, place where he settled during ten years He also published some chronics and wrote to the journal P blico Public from 1990 until 2002 At the same time, he also wrote chronics in other publications such as A Bola The Ball, a sport journal , M xima Maximum, a female magazine and in the online journal Di rio Digital Digital Diary.He worked at SIC, a private TV channel, where he hosted information programmes such as Crossfire He left SIC and refused the invitation to be general director of RTP but, in 1999, he returned to the television.He entered TVI in 1999 where he hosted the programme Leg tima Defesa Self Defense and in 2000 he started to work as a fixed commentator at the Jornal Nacional Nacional Journal, in TVI.He also released various books, and almost all of them are chronics The first one, Sahara, a Rep blica da Areia Sahara, the Sand Republic , was edited in 1985 and was part of a report Ten years later he wrote a collection of political texts called Um N mada no O sis A Nomadic in the Oasis and O Segredo do Rio The Secret of the River, a children story In 1998, the book called Sul South came out and in 2001 the book called N o te Deixarei Morrrer, David Crockett I won t let you die, David Crockett In this last year, was also edited Anos Perdidos Lost Years , a colection of chronics dedicated to the govern of Ant nio Guterres.His first novel was Equador Equator , first edited in 2003 and which sold than 370 thousand copies This novel was so sucessful that posteriorly was released in Brazil, Germany, Spain, Latin America, Czech Republic and the Netherlands, and also won the 25th edition of the Grinzane Cavour prize for the best foreign novel of the year, in Italy In October of 2007, Miguel Sousa Tavares released Rio das Flores River of Flowers , also a success.
Ismael e Chopin By Miguel Sousa Tavares
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