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Warning To The Crocodiles [Paperback-2020]
Antonio Lobo Antunes
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Category:LiteratureLiterary FictionLiterary Fiction-Lfi
Publisher: Dalkey Archive | ISBN: 9781943150137 | Pages: 377

Set in the aftermath of the “Carnation Revolution” of April 25, 1974, Antonio Lobo Antunes’s Warning to the Crocodiles is a fragmented narrative of the violent tensions resulting from major political changes in Portugal. Told through the memories of four women who spend their days fashioning homemade explosives and participating in the kidnap and torture of communists, the novel details the clandestine activities of an extreme right-wing Salazarist faction resisting the country’s new embrace of democracy.

About the Author

Antonio Lobo Antunes was born in Lisbon, Portugal in 1942. He began writing as a child, but at his father s wishes, went to medical school instead of pursuing a career in writing. After completing his studies, Antunes was sent to Angola with the Portuguese Army. It was in a military hospital in Angola that Antunes first became interested in many of the subjects of his novels. Antunes lives in Lisbon, where he continues to write and practice psychiatry. Rhett McNeil is a scholar, critic, and literary translator from Texas. He is currently finishing a PhD in Comparative Literature from Penn State University. He has translated novels and short stories by Antônio Lobo Antunes, Enrique Vila-Matas, Gonçalo M. Tavares, João Almino, and A.G. Porta. Rhett also edited and translated a volume of short fiction by the Brazilian master Machado de Assis. His translation of Tavares s Joseph Walser s Machine was long-listed for the 2013 Best Translated Book Award. Rhett currently teaches at Arizona State University.

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