Moishele and the Flowerless Rosebush

Moishele and the Flowerless Rosebush


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In his debut as a novelist, the essayist, journalist, satirical script writer and columnist Mauricio Wrots portrays a touching and realistic view concerning the lives of the immigrants who were "forced" to emigrate to Brazil before and during World War II. In an exotic and friendly country, the memories of pain and the pain of memories are relieved by the intense daily routine, by the hope of growth, by love and by a religious syncretism that is frequently envisioned but rarely reached by mankind. A humanist book, portraying history, culture, religion and the possibility of loving your neighbor.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9788581803654
Publisher: KBR
Publication date: 03/10/2015
Pages: 200
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.42(d)

About the Author

Mauricio Wrots lives in Rio de Janeiro. He started his career as a journalist in the discontinued satirical newspaper called O Pasquim, becoming well-known due to his criticism directed at the military dictatorship. At Globo television he worked as a writer for a satirical show called "Satiricom." At the Educational channel in Rio de Janeiro he created and coordinated the program called "Tribunal da História" ("The Court of History"). He published the short stories book A Relatividade da Infidelidade (The Relativism of Infidelity). With Moishele and the Flowerless Rosebush, his first novel published by KBR, he had the opportunity to meet his Jewish roots.
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