L cio s Confession

L  cio s Confession

As Régio says : in Lúcio ' s Confession , as in Sá - Carneiro ' s other works of
fiction , a story drenched in anomaly sometimes demands a deliberately
academic prose , as a sort of antidote to all that anomalousness . Like Pessoa ,
Sá ...

Author: Mário de Sá-Carneiro

Publisher: Decadence from Dedalus

ISBN: UOM:39015032491600

Category: Fiction

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When in 1916, Mario de Sa-Carneiro committed suicide in Paris at the age of 26, he left behind him an extraordinary body of work, which dealt obsessively with the problems of identity, madness and solitude. Lucio's Confession is the first of his novels to be translated into English. A brilliant and remarkable short novel of great eroticism and enigmatic beauty Lucio's Confession is set in the fin de siecle artist circles of Paris and Lisbon. It deals with the friendship of two young Portuguese poets, Lucio and Ricardo de Loureiro, and their search for identity through love. When the bachelor Ricardo returns to Lisbon, to everyone's surprise he is accompanied by a wife. She, Marta, seems the perfect partner, and establishes an immediate rapport with his close friend Lucio on the latter's return from Paris. Soon they become lovers. Despite the passionate nature of their relationship, Lucio suspects that Marta is sharing her favours with Ricardo's other close friends. Something is not quite right. Where did this mysterious woman meet Ricardo, and, indeed who is she? Why does she never speak of her past and why is Ricardo conniving at her infidelity? Lucio's attempts to unravel this mystery have tragic and terrible consequences.
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The Confessions of a Tenderfoot

The Confessions of a Tenderfoot

I have three farms like this , ” my host explained . “ I'm shipping about a thousand
cases a week just at present . Much in it ? No , except A LUSCIOUS HEAP
planting right , fertilising right , and 256 CONFESSIONS OF A TENDERFOOT.

Author: Ralph Stock

Publisher: London : G. Richards

ISBN: MINN:31951001678865T

Category: Canada

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Luscious Savoy

Luscious Savoy

He was chauvinistic and he knew it, yet he was a devout Catholic who entrusted
his good will to the Confessions of ill deeds to the fathers, the Priest, and he kept
the codes of ethics related to religion in mind whenever he saw his beloved.

Author: Letitia L. A. Najieb

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A complicated, yet gripping adventurous love story, about a Mafia Don and his muse, Luscious Savoy, i.e. Samantha Voyage. Luscious Savoy was a keenly smart and accomplished young woman who would run into the worst sort of people. She was not evil or promiscuous; no she was not of that sort. She just had a knack for being interested in and entertaining shady, greedy, may we even venture to say, ill begotten dredges. In her lifetime she ventured into all sorts of endeavors that pulled at your heart string from one diabolical of impending death to the hail and hearty rogue. Her strength was only in the prosperous methods of life and her on point acumen with an eye for the plausible and the lucrative.
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Lucio Well , my lord . Duke . Ay , with my heart ; Mari . My lord , I do confess I ne'er
was mar And punish them to your height of pleasure . 240 ried ; Thou foolish friar
, and thou pernicious woman , And I confess besides I am no maid : Compact ...

Author: William Shakespeare

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Tempest Two gentlemen of Verona Merry wives of Windsor Measure for measure Comedy of errors Much ado about nothing Love s labour s lost Midsummer night s dream Merchant of Venice As you like it Taming of the shrew All s well that ends well Twelfth night A winter s tale King John King Richard II First and second parts of King Henry IV King Henry V First and second parts of King Henry VI

Tempest  Two gentlemen of Verona  Merry wives of Windsor  Measure for measure  Comedy of errors  Much ado about nothing  Love s labour s lost  Midsummer night s dream  Merchant of Venice  As you like it  Taming of the shrew  All s well that ends well  Twelfth night  A winter s tale  King John  King Richard II  First and second parts of King Henry IV  King Henry V  First and second parts of King Henry VI

cause Sit with my cousin ; lend him your kind pains Lucio . Well , my lord . To find
out this abuse , whence ' t is deriv ' d : Mari . My lord , I do confess I ne ' er was
married ; There is another friar that set them on ; And , I confess , besides , I am
no ...

Author: William Shakespeare

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The Complete Works of Shakespeare

The Complete Works of Shakespeare

Cucullus non facit monachum : honest Lucio . ... We shall entreat you to abide
here till he wert so too ! come , and enforce them against him : we shall find Lucio
. ... Sirrah , no more . to slander lord Angelo ! they have confess ' d you Lucio .

Author: William Shakespeare

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ISBN: PRNC:32101068157419

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W rzburger Jahrb cher f r die Altertumswissenschaft

W  rzburger Jahrb  cher f  r die Altertumswissenschaft

As the extant Satyrica from time to time might be said to resemble a work in the
literary subgenre of confessions , so the narrator can be seen as one confessing -
more in the manner of Lucius ( confessions to entertain ) than of St . Augustine .

Author: Josef Martin

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ISBN: UOM:39015066291629

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The Works of William Shakespeare

The Works of William Shakespeare

And , I confess , besides , I am no maid : Isab . One that I would were here , friar
Lodowick . I have known my husband ; yet my husband knows Duke . A ghostly
father , belike : -Who knows not , that Lodowick ? That ever he knew me . Lucio .

Author: William Shakespeare

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ISBN: UVA:X000098298

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Works Complete

Works  Complete

Of a strange fever : Upon his mere request , Lucio . Enough , my lord , ( Being
come to knowledge that there was complaint Ang . My lord , I must confess I know
this woman ; Intended ' gainst lord Angelo , ) came I hither , And , five years since
 ...

Author: William Shakespeare

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ISBN: HARVARD:HWNR91

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The Works of William Shakespeare Complete Accurately Printed from the Text of the Corrected Copy Left by the Late G Steevens Esq With a Memoir by A Chalmers With Portrait and Illustrations

The Works of William Shakespeare  Complete  Accurately Printed from the Text of the Corrected Copy Left by the Late G  Steevens  Esq  With a Memoir by A  Chalmers   With Portrait and Illustrations

Of á strange fever : Upon his mere request , Lucio . Enough , my lord . ( Being
come to knowledge that there was complaint Ang . My lord , I must confess I know
this woman ; Intended ' gainst lord Angelo , ) came I hither , And , five years since
 ...

Author: William Shakespeare

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ISBN: BL:A0018010252

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The plays of Shakspere carefully revised by J O with a selection of engr on wood from designs by K Meadows

The plays of Shakspere  carefully revised  by J O   with a selection of engr  on wood from designs by K  Meadows

Lucio . Well , my lord . Know you that Friar Lodowick that she speaks of ? Duke .
This is no witness for Lord Angelo . F . Peter . ... In this I ' ll be impartial ; be you
judge Ang . My lord , I must confess I know that Of your own cause . - Is this the ...

Author: William Shakespeare

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The Works of William Shakespere

The Works of William Shakespere

A blasting and a scandalous breath to fall Lucio . Well , my lord . On him se near
us ? This needs must be a practice . Mari . My lord , I do confess I ne ' er was
married ; Who knew of your intent , and coming hither ? And , I confess , besides ,
I ...

Author: William Shakespeare

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ISBN: PRNC:32101068157211

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Memoirs of Father Ripa During Thirteen Years Residence at the Court of Peking in the Service of the Emperor of China

Memoirs of Father Ripa During Thirteen Years  Residence at the Court of Peking in the Service of the Emperor of China

Two days after their departure from Sinigaglia , they arrived at Loreto , where
Lucio desired to confess . His request was complied with ; no other person being
present but the confessor , Lucio , and Father Andrada . Lucio confessed with
great ...

Author: Matteo Ripa

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ISBN: NYPL:33433082483953

Category: China

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Mr William Shakespeare s Comedies Histories Tragedies and Poems Comedies

Mr  William Shakespeare s Comedies  Histories  Tragedies  and Poems  Comedies

Duke . Silence that fellow : I would he had some cause To prattle for himself .
Lucio . Well , my lord . Mari . My lord , I do confess I ne ' er was married ; And I
confess besides I am no maid : I have known my husband ; yet my husband
Knows not ...

Author: William Shakespeare

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The Works of William Shakespeare

The Works of William Shakespeare

To prattle for himself . ( cause Duke . I know you ' d fain be gone . - An officer !
Lucio . Well , my lord . To prison with her ! ... do confess I ne ' er was married ; A
blasting and a scandalous breath to fall And I confess , besides , I am no maid :
On ...

Author: William Shakespeare

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ISBN: UOM:39015073303177

Category: Dramatists, English

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The Dramatic Works of William Shakespeare Adapted for Family Reading by T Bowdler New Edition with Steel Engravings

The Dramatic Works of William Shakespeare  Adapted for Family Reading by T  Bowdler     New Edition  with Steel Engravings

To find out this abuse , whence ' tis deriv'd : Lucio . Well , my lord . [ married ;
There is another friar that set them on ; Mari . My lord , I do confess I ne'er was Let
him be sent for . And , I confess , besides , I am no maid : F. Peter . Would he
were ...

Author: William Shakespeare

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ISBN: BL:A0018010191

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Shakspere s Werke

Shakspere s Werke

What. ,. are. you. married ? Lucio . Enough , my lord . Mari . No , my lord . Ang .
My lord , I must confess , I know this woman ; Duke . Are you a maid ? And five
years since there was some speech of marriage Mari .

Author: William Shakespeare

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ISBN: PRNC:32101068157757

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The Comedies Histories Tragedies and Poems of Wm Shakspere

The Comedies  Histories  Tragedies  and Poems of Wm  Shakspere

Lucio . Well , my lord . MARI . My lord , I do confess I ne'er was married ; And , I
confess , besides , I am no maid : I have known my husband ; yet my husband
knows not , That ever he knew me , Lucio . He was drunk then , my lord ; it can be
no ...

Author: Wm Shakespeare

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ISBN: KBNL:KBNL03000238497

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