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Caixa de Pandora

Caixa de Pandora(mulher criada por Zeus como punição aos homens pela ousadia de Prometeu em roubar aos céus o segredo do fogo), uma expressão originalmente utilizada para designar qualquer coisa que incita a curiosidade , aqui tem o intuito nada misterioso ou secreto de ,aberta a urna, fazer aflorar os mais instigantes temas culturais. a)Mauro Rosso

Euclides da Cunha por Portinari

Euclides da Cunha por Portinari

livraria Lello

livraria Lello

livraria Lello

livraria Lello

a livraria Lello

a livraria Lello

Inéditos de Machado de Assis

Inéditos de Machado de Assis

leitora

leitora

leitora

leitora

O Rio-Nu 1903

O Rio-Nu 1903

humor contra barbárie

humor contra barbárie

Humberto de Campos

Humberto de Campos

Gonçalves Dias

Gonçalves Dias

Machado de Assis

Machado de Assis imagem rara

Lima Barreto e Educação

Lima Barreto e Educação

leitura

leitura

leitura

leitura

Arthur Azevedo inédito

Arthur Azevedo inédito

jornal O Parahyba 1859

jornal O Parahyba 1859

conto de Lima Barreto em Careta 1915- parte I

conto de Lima Barreto em Careta 1915- parte I

conto de Lima Barreto em Careta 1915- parte I

conto de Lima Barreto em Careta 1915- parte I

conto de Lima Barreto em Careta 1915- parte I

conto de Lima Barreto em Careta 1915- parte I

conto de Lima Barreto em Careta 1914 - parte II

conto de Lima Barreto em Careta 1914 - parte II

conto de Lima Barreto em Careta 1914 - parte II

conto de Lima Barreto em Careta 1914 - parte II

crônica de Machado de Assis 27.12.1896 série “A Semana”, na Gazeta de Notícias

crônica de Machado de Assis 27.12.1896 série “A Semana”, na Gazeta de Notícias

simples gênio

simples gênio

também dele

também dele )

Machado de Assis, contos de mulher (Ebook KDP Amazon, 2014)

Machado de Assis, contos de mulher (Ebook KDP Amazon, 2014)

Machado de Assis, crônicas : A + B e Gazeta de Holanda, 2010

Machado de Assis, crônicas : A + B e Gazeta de Holanda, 2010

Contos de Machado de Assis: relicários e raisonnés

Contos de Machado de Assis: relicários e raisonnés

Futebol e Literatura

Futebol e Literatura

Freud

Freud

Machado de Assis

Machado de Assis

morro da Conceição

morro da Conceição

Machado de Assis

Machado de Assis

morro do Livramento

morro do Livramento

Shakespeare

Shakespeare

Cervantes

Cervantes

Adão e Eva

Adão e Eva

sobre Eduardo Coutinho

gentil, generoso, solícito : recebeu-me num dia de 2011, previamente interessado e simpático a estudo meu sobre "literatura e cinema", em ensaio, artigos, palestras. dele guardo anotações apostas à margem de um desses textos que eu lhe apresentara. excerto de texto de meu livro São Paulo, a cidade literária, publicado originalmente quando dos 450 anos , em 2004), agora com edição atualizada [ainda sem editor]

modernistas de 22

modernistas de 22

Academia de Direito

Academia de Direito

avenida Paulista

avenida Paulista

Anhangabau

Anhangabau

rua XV Novembro

rua XV Novembro

Teatro Municipal/Viaduto do Chá

Teatro Municipal/Viaduto do Chá

Lima Barreto

Lima Barreto

Arthur Azevedo

Arthur Azevedo

Arthur Azevedo

Arthur Azevedo

Arthur Azevedo

Arthur Azevedo

Arthur Azevedo

Arthur Azevedo

Machado : imagem rara

Machado : imagem rara

Euclydes, por Portinari

Euclydes, por Portinari

lima barreto

lima barreto

lima barreto

lima barreto imagem rara de Machado de Assis

minha galeria autoral barretiana

minha galeria autoral barretiana "Lima Barreto em contos temáticos"(2013) "Lima Barreto e a Mulher"(2012) "Lima Barreto e Educação"(2012) "Lima Barreto vs. Coelho Neto: um fla-flu literário"(2010) "Lima Barreto e a Política: os 'contos argelinos' e outros textos recuperados" (2010) minha mais recente obra : Lima Barreto em contos temáticos [e-book] a casa de Isabel em Petrópolis também autor de Machado de Assis,política,História : crônicas (Senado Federal -- no prelo); colaborador (com Gustavo Franco) em Machado de Assis e a economia : o olhar oblíquo do acionista (2007); prepara " Machado de Assis no jornal O Parahyba,jornal de vanguarda " e " Crônicas de Machado de Assis na Imprensa Acadêmica,de São Paulo " Mauro Rosso é autor de Machado de Assis,crônicas : "A + B" e "Gazeta de Holanda" ( 2011) ; de Contos de Machado de Assis : relicários e raisonnés (2008)

A quem me lê

desnecessário e dispensável explicar a importância do leitor para que se produza um texto,ou uma obra -- a Literatura ,como "sistema orgânico" (conforme a concepção formulada Antonio Candido)só existe e se faz se a um autor\emissor houver a derradeira instância do leitor\receptor,travando-se um diálogo in absentia e estabelecendo interatividade [ aqui mesmo,neste espaço,busca-se essa sinergia, a almejada simbiose que em diversas nuances pode oferecer ,a la Borges ,um instigante\estimulante ' jogo de máscaras e espelhos'] . ou,segundo a linguagem da Teoria Literária ,desenvolvendo-se, ou a se desenvolver, idealmente a conexão narrador-narratário.

sim, porque há leitores e leitores. existe o leitor empírico,aquele que de fato está lendo o texto ou a obra , que não é necessariamente aquele a quem o texto ou a obra se endereça, aquele que o autor tem em mente ao escrever.Umberto Eco,em Seis passeios pelos bosques da ficção afirma que todo texto "é uma máquina preguiçosa pedindo ao leitor que faça uma parte de seu trabalho", daí existindo um leitor pressuposto para o texto ou a obra, e adota o termo leitor-modelo, um leitor com determinada soma de informações,conhecimentos,crenças e expectativas que passa a participar da construção e da tecelagem do texto ou da obra. ao leitor-modelo umbertiano integra-se ,como agente simétrico, o autor-modelo --- a voz anônima que conta a história,mas não se confunde com o narrador,nem com o autor.

o que quero dizer com tudo isso ? conclamar e reunir leitores empíricos,leitores-modelo e autores-modelo.e dizer que vc. também é autor dessas linhas que se desenham nesta Caixa de Pandora --fadada a criar esses mecanismos inferenciais.

13 maio : 130 anos nascimento Lima Barreto (1881). sobre ele, Lima Barreto e a política : os "contos argelinos" e outros textos(PUC-Rio\Loyola); Lima Barreto versus Coelho Neto : um fla-flu literário (Difel) --- nas livrarias. no que insisto e enfatizo a existência,sim, de uma literatura feminina, uma escrita feminina, uma linguagem literária literária, com elementos próprios e peculiares, mostrando suas plenas identidade e 'personalidade', retiro-as de uma 'vala comum' de que "tudo é literatura, isenta de gênero ou sexo"[sic] : só faço , a meu juízo, exatamente , especificá-las, valorizá-las -- e com isso valorizar a Mulher.

a trindade machadiana

A tríade tolo -- mulher --homem de espírito permeia a ficção machadiana, sob uma teia dramatúrgica presente em contos e romances ao longo do tempo e de sua evolução literária,transportada a 'ideologia' do livro iniciante (Queda que a mulheres têm para os tolos) para muitas das obras posteriores. Essa trindade habita intensamente a maioria dos contos do ciclo 1860 -79 , está nos romances Ressurreição, A mão e a luva e Helena , anuncia-se em certa metamorfose na transição representada por Iaiá Garcia, transmuta-se inteiramente em Memórias póstumas de Brás Cubas e em Quincas Borba , reaparece sob enfática perspectiva em Dom Casmurro), por fim chega a seu ocaso nos derradeiros romances Esaú e Jacó e Memorial de Aires, neste a seara da redenção total da mulher machadiana(protagonizada por Carmo), definitivamente apartada da preferência pelo tolo ao invés e em vez do homem de espírito. os tolos – para quem as mulheres têm acentuada queda (pelo menos no início...) -- são, via de regra, estroínas, praticam as fórmulas socialmente estabelecidas, sua linguagem assemelha-se à retórica romântica dos folhetins, ostentam autoconfiança, são determinados e objetivos nas ações afetivas, até mesmo fingindo sentimentos e aparentando paixões com o fito exclusivo de conquistar a mulher. Exatamente ao contrário dos homens de espírito, que fracassam e são excluídos por não se coadunarem com os padrões de postura, convenções e relacionamento sociais e por acreditarem numa vida além e acima do jogo estratégico de aparências falsas e artificiais – mas saibam que , numa espécie de aprendizado pelo fracasso, irão amadurecer,assumir uma atitude de reflexão sobre a "realidade aética da vida" vis-a- vis com a desilusão com as possibilidades da vida moral e transmutar-se no cético. A transformação do homem de espírito se dá no cenário das metamorfoses processadas na criação ficcional machadiana. Não obstante o ‘aviso’ dado em Queda... , alertando para o insucesso do romanticismo, praticado em diferentes níveis e objetivos, Machado indica, nas obras iniciais, o amor romântico como solução —embora o narrador insinue ser um meio ingênuo – para depois trilhar caminhos mais audaciosos, o casamento por interesse ou conveniência como forma de ascensão social (tema presente nos três primeiros romances e na maioria dos contos no decênio 1860-70) passando a ser não apenas um empecilho à concretização desse amor romântico — o casamento como elemento da razão, o amor como expressão do sentimento -- mas a mola propulsora da destruição, o problema deixando de ser visto dentro dos termos de relações de classes e passando a ser encarado sob a ótica mais ampla e universal da própria condição humana . Não por acaso no marcante ano de 1871 Machado começa a apontar para o superficialismo das relações humanas, as pessoas (homens e mulheres) tendo de viver sujeitos a valores sociais que lhes são impostos e dos quais somente poderão se libertar com mudanças radicais de consciência, de atitude e de atos, dando início a um processo de reflexão que será plenamente desenvolvido nas obras posteriores – processo que o autor\narrador protagoniza no homem de espírito-personagem, que passa do alheamento e distanciamento,da desesperança e da desilusão às gradativas adaptação e interação com a realidade , daí assumindo postura reflexiva e consciente, por fim transformando-se no cético – schopenhaueriano (de Schopenhauer), mas também e principalmente shandiano e menipéico . No entanto, se o homem de espírito muda, amadurece, estabelece nova relação com a mulher, recusando terminante e objetivamente aquelas que fingem e ostentam, o tolo continua com sua frivolidade e estoicismo, servil das convenções sociais e atado ainda à retórica romântica. no crucial ano de 1871 ,o macro-universo do entorno se transforma, o micro-universo literário deve acompanhá-lo : Machado pressente os novos tempos,convence-se da necessidade crucial de mudança, já exercita os primeiros passos, altera seu enfoque, sua temática,sua linguagem,seu estilo, sua estética literária (inclusive praticando a transmutação do narrador e da voz narrativa que é bem diferente da questão da narrativa na primeira ou terceira : o narrador que muda de figura e de voz a cada frase, ou que muda de gênero literário, do romântico para o realista, do lírico para o pragmático,do épico para o bíblico, do histórico para o poético; ou que muda de relação com o leitor também a cada frase– ou que ,daí, permite também mudanças desse leitor) – a começar pelos novos perfis dados a dois dos vértices do triângulo: o homem de espírito caminha da contemplação para o ceticismo,a ‘nova’ mulher machadiana deplora a frivolidade do tolo e passa a se inclinar para o homem de espírito. Machado, como supremo criador, atento e obediente aos ditames sociais-‘ideológicos’ dos novos tempos, interfere no processo : o que o homem de espírito não logrou – modificar a natureza das mulheres – o autor/narrador faz, porém mantendo tanto a “vulgaridade dos tolos” quanto a natureza “aética”da vida social . porém, como sempre fez em toda sua obra ficcional, o narrador onisciente e onipotente que modifica a mulher e o homem de espírito abre mão de suas ‘prerrogativas’ , convoca o leitor à acurada reflexão sobre a preferência da mulher – quer a antiga quer a atual – e deixa-lhe a responsabilidade do julgamento conclusivo. entre as maravilhas cinematográficas deste (esplendoroso) início de 2011, que nos deu Tetro, obra-prima incontestável de Coppola (será o melhor filme do ano, tenho certeza); Somewhere, de Sofia Copola (DNA é DNA : faz, com raro talento, verdadeiro 'cinema de autor'), está A última estação,que focaliza o inigualável Tolstoi (meu ícone literário russo) : prestem atenção ! preconiza nova forma de linguagem cinematográfica : o filme desenrola-se como se fosse um livro - mas, claro, usando os recursos do cinema. reporta-se ao texto postado aí ao lado. em 2010, os melhores - Ilha do medo (Scorcese é gênio), O escritor fantasma (só os de talento,como Polanski, fazem do previsível obra criativa), Tudo pode dar certo (o mais machadiano,até porque Allen o é, dos film.es jamais feitos,no ceticismo, na irônica crítica, no diálogo com o leitor\espectador), e sua contraface "Tudo pode dar errado", isto é Você vai conhecer o homem de seus sonhos. Par a par com eles, A suprema felicidade, do Jabor-- maravilhoso, felliniano- rodtigueano, primoroso no jogo de contrastes entre o alegre e o triste,a comédia e a tragédia. o único filme brasileiro de qualidade dos últimos anos, muito longe das bobagens apelativas e comediotas (comédias idiotas) que assolam o país..detestei A origem ,e o resto das bobagens que se produzem e exibem, não vejo. perdi Vincere. e comecei 2001 com Tetro (e vou revê-lo quantas vezes puder): obra-prima, disparado o melhor do ano(duvido que apareça algum sequer parecido ). uma aula de cinema, de genuina qualidade cinematográfica,de excelência ( no moderno cinema,ninguém constrói cenas como Coppola e Scorcese;antes, só O. Welles e W. Wyler). tema denso, difícil, 'pesado',que ele trata com mão de mestre, e mostra como se faz 'filme psicológico'-- já o mostrara, tb. na relação entre irmãos,sob o mesmo primor de excelência cinematográdica, em Ruble fish. trata da família, como no The Godfather, só que aqui escrito por ele mesmo(só fizera o argumento.,enredo e roteiro em The conversation). reflexão machadiana, a servir tanto para fim de ano como para início de ano : " sim, considerei a vida,remontei os anos,vim por eles abaixo, remirei o espetáculo do mundo, o visto e o contado, cotejei tantas coisas diversas,evoquei tantas imagens complicadas, combinei a memória com a história,e disse comigo : '-- certamente,este mundo é um baile de casacas alugadas' ." (MA)

dezembro na vida e obra de Lima Barreto

1909 -- publicação, em livro do romance Recordações do escrivão Isaias Caminha 1918(dia 26) -- decreto presidencial aposenta Lima do serviço público 1919 (dia 25) - segunda estada no hospício 1920 -- publicação da coletânea de contos Histórias e sonhos -- entrega ao editor Francisco Schettino os originais da coletânea de artigos "Marginália" (que se perderiam, e somente publicadas em 1953 1921 -- começa a escrever a novela "Clara dos Anjos"( uma de suas obras ficcionais mais criativas e à qual dedicava "especial carinho". e em 2011, seus 130 anos de nascimento: antecipando\anunciando, publiquei neste 2010 2 livros sobre Lima e l lançarei no próximo ano "Lima e a mulher",e "Diálogos de Lima com Machado". Preparem-se, torcedores e torcedoras, leitores e leitoras, ‘geraldinos e arquibaldos’. Em campo, Lima Barreto versus Coelho Neto : um fla-flu literário, que traz em suas páginas as crônicas e artigos com que Lima Barreto dardejou suas virulenta e intransigente crítica-repúdio, e os textos em que Coelho Neto, ao contrário, só fez cantá-lo em prosa e verso , tendo ao fundo os contextos histórico, cultural e literário nos quais se desenrolaram as pelejas e manifestações intelectuais de um e outro time. O livro provoca belas troca de passes e tabelinhas entre futebol e literatura – que, para quem duvida ou desdenha, existe sim e propicia estimulantes ilações e reflexões, de ordem cultural, histórica, política e até digamos filosófica. Desenroladas e desenhadas originariamente nas duas principais cidades do país, pioneiras na aceitação e recepção intensas, na implantação e sedimentação, mas também na geração de polêmicas e cotejos retóricos. Uma obra que, sobretudo, reitera a persistência do futebol no provocar polêmicas e alegrias, prazer, tristeza, paixões e ódios — nos campos, nos estádios, nos gramados, nas arquibancadas, nos terrenos baldios, nas várzeas, nos estudos e obras de intelectuais, nos corações e mentes de todo o país. “O livro de Mauro Rosso não é apenas uma tese, mesmo que tenha nascido como tal. É um estudo sério para ser lido e apreciado tanto por quem gosta de um bom romance como por aquele que vai ao estádio todo domingo. ” (João Máximo) “Enfim, Coelho Neto estava mais para João Havelange (noves fora os pendores literários) e Lima Barreto para João Saldanha (noves fora a paixão de Saldanha pelo futebol, reflexo do seu conhecimento da alma nacional).” (Juca Kfouri) Lima Barreto e a política : os “contos argelinos” e outros textos recuperados
Esta é uma edição histórica — histórica no conjunto da obra contística de Lima Barreto e da própria literatura brasileira.
Histórica porquanto abriga o conjunto intitulado pelo próprio Lima Barreto de “contos argelinos”, em número de 13, per se dotados de características muito especiais que os tornam únicos na contística barretiana ; porque apresenta 33 contos escritos em sua maioria à mesma época daqueles e com eles guardando clara identidade de enfoque de teor político; porque oferece ainda dois textos relativamente inéditos de Lima Barreto – no caso,duas peças teatrais, ao que se sabe suas únicas tentativas nos domínios do que ele próprio alcunhou “ exercícios de literatura dramática”.
Tanto os “contos argelinos” como os demais contos pela primeiríssima vez serão publicados isoladamente em volume único — os “argelinos” originariamente integram a III Parte da 2a. edição da coletânea Histórias e sonhos, de 1951(Gráfica Editora Brasileira, Rio de Janeiro), depois, a II Parte da 3a. edição, de 1956 (“Coleção Lima Barreto”, editora Brasiliense, São Paulo) ; os outros contos integram exclusivamente a III Parte da 2a. edição da coletânea Histórias e sonhos, de 1951(Gráfica Editora Brasileira, Rio de Janeiro),ambos depois nunca mais publicados,nem mesmo em antologias , coletâneas ou seletas -- com o adendo de um aparato crítico que os contextualiza no pano de fundo de sua época e examina,para os “argelinos”, como e porque foram concebidos e escritos por Lima Barreto.
Os “contos argelinos” destacam-se por sua excepcional especificidade e acentuadas peculiaridades , constituindo um conjunto único na obra ficcional de Lima, com elementos próprios de temática (embora a crítica política, que é o caso deles, esteja presente em inúmeros de seus textos contísticos, romanescos, croniquescos e jornalísticos), mas sobretudo caracteres muito especiais de teor, timbre,linguagem,estilo, ambiência. Sobretudo pelo alto e expressivo tom de alegoria, no caso extremamente sarcástico , e pela exploração do imaginário exótico e figurativo por meio de simulacros . Representam autêntica ‘avis rara’, preciosidade no já per se rico acervo ficcional e não-ficcional de um dos maiores escritores brasileiros. Os demais contos, bem como as peças teatrais constituem exemplos bem-acabados da abordagem barretiana a questões políticas,fatos e figuras de sua época, e de sua ideologia estritamente crítica a toda forma de poder .
Permaneceram ambos os conjuntos de contos mais de cinco décadas – os “argelinos”, de 1951 a 1956, depois de 1956 até hoje; os outros 33 contos de 1951 até agora —repousados nos fólios dos acervos de pouquíssimas bibliotecas públicas e mais raros ainda acervos particulares.
Digna de importância é esta edição também – e especialmente – porque com enfoque inédito na apreciação crítica da obra de Lima Barreto examina-se aqui a relação do autor dos “contos argelinos” com o patrimonialismo — este conceito weberiano, estudado e interpretado entre nós por luminares como Oliveira Vianna,Sergio Buarque de Holanda, Raymundo Faoro, Simon Schwartzman, e tão inerente à própria ordem política brasileira — um elemento até então ausente do rol temático sob o qual são analisados os escritos ficcionais e não-ficcionais de Lima Barreto.
E Lima Barreto – a par de crítico intransigente, veemente da política, dos políticos ,dos governos republicanos, da República em si, da burguesia e dos burgueses, dos intelectuais e literatos nefelibatas de escrita ‘aristocrática, do militarismo -- era essencialmente um anti-patrimonialista, no sentido e na medida de sua ferrenha oposição ao poder e seus estamentos institucionais e sociais, o poder visto e descrito por ele como “o variado conjunto de elementos, vetores e procedimentos encadeados no interior da sociedade, compondo grandes e pequenas cadeias, visíveis e invisíveis, tendentes a restringir e constringir o pensamento dos homens, coibindo-lhes as possibilidades de afirmação, pessoal, cultural, profissional, social, e a justa inserção social”.
Reside aí a razão de ser dos “contos argelinos” : Lima Barreto os teria concebido e criado -- com seus jogos de simulacros ,alegorias e paródias, e pela conotação que o âmbito de “sultões, quedivas, felás do Império Otomano” e da cultura muçulmana contêm -- como a própria expressão ficcional do patrimonialismo e seus fundamentos ideológicos e históricos.
--Flemming.Paula Flemming... [ concebido como experimento,originalmente para instâncias digitais, é na verdade embrião de uma obra ficcional – minha primeira - na qual idealizo uma forma diferenciada,uma inédita variação do formato genárico com que publico meus escritos, 'híbrida',uma ficção da não-ficção,uma fórmula nativa (sic) inspirada nos ensaios não-acadêmicos ainda muito produzidos na Europa – e que muitíssimo admiro.]
Lima Barreto e o futebol : polêmicas e reflexões ,de Mauro Rosso (Bertrand Brasil - Difel)
A bola já rola redondinha não só nos gramados . Claro, Copa do Mundo às portas, vivenciamos - neste tropical ‘país do futebol’ -- atraente temporada de ações e reflexões em torno do “velho esporte bretão”, ou “bolapé”, ou “ludopédio”, a provocar belas troca de passes e tabelinhas entre futebol e literatura – que, para quem duvida ou desdenha, existe sim e propicia estimulantes ilações e reflexões,de ordem cultural, histórica,política e até digamos filosófica.
Desenroladas e desenhadas originariamente nas duas principais cidades do país, pioneiras na aceitação\recepção intensas, na implantação e sedimentação -- mas também na geração de polêmicas e cotejos retóricos.









Atenção, torcedores e torcedores, leitores e leitoras, ‘geraldinos e arquibaldos’. Prepara-se para entrar em campo, pela DIFEL, organizado e comentado pelo pesquisador e ensaísta Mauro Rosso*, o livro Lima Barreto e o futebol : as polêmicas com Coelho Neto e os nefelibatas , que traz o apêndice “O futebol e os literatos de São Paulo’, retratados e comentados tanto o cotejo barretiano-coelhinista carioca (um verdadeiro “Fla-Flu literário”, segundo o cronista Juca Kfouri) -- por suas páginas desfilando, lado a lado, ou vis a vis, as crônicas e artigos com que Lima Barreto dardejou suas virulenta e intransigente crítica-repúdio, e os textos em que Coelho Neto,ao contrário, só fez cantá-lo em prosa e verso , tendo ao fundo os contextos histórico,cultural e literário nos quais se desenrolaram as pelejas e manifestações intelectuais de um e outro ‘time’ .(a literatura brasileira da época,pois, servindo de cenário paras as narrativas em torno do futebol -- quanto o pioneirismo da Paulicéia e as atuações e sucessos da intelectualidade paulistana, a par das instigantes nuances modernistas .

Uma obra que sobretudo reitera a persistência do futebol no provocar polêmicas e alegrias, prazer,tristeza, paixões e ódios — nos campos, nos estádios, nos gramados, nas arquibancadas,nos terrenos baldios, nas várzeas, nos estudos e obras de intelectuais, nos corações e mentes de todo o país. Processo captado e assimilado pelos literatos desde então – e até hoje, pelos escritores contemporâneos mencionados no livro. [ prefácio de João Máximo e texto de orelhas de Juca Kfouri.]
Le roman est un récit qui s'organise en monde, le film un monde qui s'organise en récit.
Jean Mitry, Esthétique et psychologie du cinéma
Expressão verbal e visual são linguagens diferentes, mas irmãs. No campo da arte, por conseguinte, literatura, cinema, teatro, histórias em quadrinhos etc., fariam parte de uma grande família e se relacionariam como primos, uns de primeiro grau, outros de segundo etc.Escritores tendem a achar que o filme deve ser fiel ao texto, ainda mais se a adaptação é de uma obra sua;cineastas entendem que a linguagem das telas é outra e que o compromisso do cinema é com os espectadores, não com os leitores. É necessário fazer um filme bom e, muitas vezes, o livro transposto tal e qual para as telas não implica necessariamente que esse objetivo será alcançado. Por melhor que o livro seja e por melhor que o roteirista seja.As explicações são várias e vão desde as múltiplas interpretações pessoais evocadas pela narrativa textual até a dificuldade de traduzir em imagem idéias abstratas.Toda adaptação será pior que o livro. Sempre haverá quem prefere o livro. Já que é assim, será que o roteirista ainda deve tentar manter a fidelidade ao texto original? Ou seria melhor ele apenas se inspirar na obra, basear-se ou adaptar livremente?Os escritores defendem a fidelidade, os cineastas, não.

Saul Bellow e o cinema

Não queremos nos aborrecer com problemas sérios levantados por um livro como Crime e castigo. Questões como: alguém tem o direito de matar? Um homem jovem, de inteligência superior tem o direito de matar duas velhas? E se ele estiver morrendo de fome, se sua família estiver em desgraça e com problemas? E assim por diante. Bem, essas são perguntas sérias. Não vejo esse tipo de questionamento em filmes, pelo menos não com freqüência. Talvez até certo ponto. Mas além desse ponto, muito raramente. Portanto, ainda temos necessidade desse tipo de refinamento e desse tipo de inteligência culta que só podem surgir da leitura de certos textos. E se você estiver a fim de se livrar desses textos, existe, possivelmente, algo errado na sua apreciação do todo... Na verdade os números não provam muita coisa (o numeroso público do cinema em relação à literatura). Não é preciso ir aonde os números são maiores. É preciso ir aonde as mentes são treinadas e adaptaram-se a esses trabalhos de literatura altamente refinados. Se aprender a lê-los, nunca mais ficará satisfeito com um filme C. Não sei o que o futuro nos reserva. Talvez a literatura seja ultrapassada e surjam novas e melhores formas de arte em seu lugar. Se isso acontecer, para satisfação geral, e se o mesmo trabalho for realizado por meios diferentes, ninguém fará objeção. Porém, não me parece que os filmes tenham esse efeito sobre as pessoas".
Articulista, escritor, pensador, nunca silencioso sobre seu tempo, Lima Barreto não poderia pois ficar alheio à situação da mulher na realidade social brasileira do início do século XX, época de tantas e profundas transformações na sociedade. Retratou e a fez personagem em contos e romances e escreveu sobre a mulher em artigos e crônicas, publicadas em jornais e revistas — sob um caráter de ambigüidade,ora a criticando, por vezes atacando, ora a defendendo, muitas vezes enaltecendo : diz-se “antifeminista”, põe-se abertamente contra os movimentos feministas, mas defende a necessidade de instrução para a mulher ; repele o ingresso da mulher no serviço público (“...rendosos cargos para as mulheres das classes sociais mais favorecidas : e as reivindicações das operárias ?...”), mas defende o divórcio ; imbuído da moral do seu tempo, retrata a mulher pela ótica comum, mas denuncia sua “absurda” situação de dependência aos homens .
Longe, muito longe da falsa, equivocadissima acusação de misoginia, posicionava-se na realidade contra o movimento feminista brasileiro , que ele denominava “feminismo bastardo, burocrata”,não contra as mulheres,e sim como ojeriza aos signos do progresso republicano -- era, antes de tudo, crítico da mulher burguesa, esnobe, e ao contrário simpático à mulher proletária, suburbana. Lima Barreto sempre deu à mulher espaço significativo em sua obra ficcional e não-ficcional: comenta a situação da mulher perante o casamento; a viuvez; as oportunidades educacionais e profissionais; a moral que lhe é imposta pelo duplo valor; a desigualdade de julgamento do adultério masculino e do feminino; o mundo da prostituição e o início do movimento feminista no Brasil.
Se, de um lado, no conjunto de textos sobre feminismo, movimento feminino, voto feminino, direitos femininos, literatura feminina, e também sobre mundanismo, moda, comportamento, hábitos femininos, Lima destila permanente ironia crítica sobre a mulher, de outro no retrato das mulheres elaborado em seus romances, novelas e contos, em que mostra-as sempre com atitude e comportamento progressistas , elas são superiores aos maridos .
Além do mais, esse suposto ‘antifeminismo’ barretiano teve sua contrapartida significativa: em alguns escritos, a propósito de julgamentos de crimes ditos passionais,Lima Barreto defendia veementemente a mulher e atacava os homens, os advogados e juízes que “se atribuem direitos sobre a vida das mulheres, direitos reconhecidos por júris que os absolvem, numa série de artigos e crônicas , a que ele próprio denominou “tema de Carmen”, denunciando crimes de uxoricídio, nos quais homens matavam “mulheres infiéis”, e pior ,eram absolvidos nos julgamentos por “legítima defesa da honra”— em que ele ataca os homens “que se atribuem direitos sobre a vida das mulheres” e defende intransigentemente a mulher “que são “como todos nós, sujeitas, às influências várias que fazem flutuar as suas inclinações, as suas amizades, os seus gostos, os seus amores".




conheça o Ceac Petrópolis :
http://www.ceac-petropolis.com/

descubra o "outro lado da mente':
http://doutroladodamente.blogspot.com/
Mauro Rosso
autor, entre outros livros, de Contos de Machado de Assis : relicários e raisonnés (2008), Machado de Assis e a política : crônicas (pelo Senado Federal- no prelo); idealizador e organizador do conjunto digital contos de Machado de Assis em chaves temáticas, in GerminaLiteratura,2008

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Converse and Porter by Verner Panton
Apple Luggage Collection by Paul Smith
Grass Mirror by H2O Architectes
Welcome Table Mat by Rita
Dom Pérignon Black Box by Marc Newson
The Drivel List: Novelty Electrical Outlets
By A Thread by Dominic Wilcox
Ty Recyclable Shower Curtain by Grain
Merry Bird Ornament by Michiel Cornelissen
MeasureMe Stick by Studio 1a.m.
Watering Can by Pascal Charmolu
Marcel Wanders for Target, Behind the Scenes
Fresh Traveller by Arian Brekveld
6th Collection by Plusminuszero
The Archetypical Vase by Andrea Bandoni and Joana Meroz
Magnet Mobiles by Ivan Black
Pillow by Dagmar Pánková
Roma and London Firescreens by BBMDS
Etcetera Stationary Holder by VaughShannon
Sort Of Coal
Contain Gallery Cologne Opens
More Marcel Wanders for Target
H&M HoMe Launches
Birdhouse by Emilie Cazin
Target introduces Marcel Wanders for Target
Chipboard Knox Clock by Furni
Nooka + UNDRCRWN
Nooka Asset Organizer
Tengu All Stars
Cakebox 01 by Spooner + Watts

Announcements
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Appliances
Bottle Humidifier Mini by 11+
Cimmy Ultrasonic Humidifier by Simone Simonelli for Clique
Drying Rack by Ève Wolfs
Manual Coffeemaker by Craighton Berman
MOCO MR: Wilfa Svart Presisjon Coffee Maker
Tê Tea Machine by Cambridge Consultants
FRXSH Blender by Véronique Baer
YER Fan by Friso Dijkstra
Compact4All Appliances by Jan des Bouvrie
Toggle Switch by Inga Sempé
Alianoid Humidifier by Minwoo Lee
Speiseschrank Cold Storage by Nadin Jahn
MOCO MR: Milk Brother Frother by PoChih Lai
Gallery & Video: Short-Circuit Appliances by Gaspard Tiné-Berès
Scent Presso Diffuser by Seula Choi
Naturalis Cosmetics Appliance by Eliumstudio
Video: UPPLEVA Home Entertainment Systems by IKEA
Blueair Sense Air Purifier by Claesson Koivisto Rune
Samsung Zipel Smart Oven
Ceramic Stackstoves by Adriano Design
Seppl Espresso Machine by Arvid Hausser
Bottle Humidifier by Yeongkyu Yoo
Wi-Fi-enabled WF457 Front-Load Washer by Samsung
Daqua Water Purifier by Nicola Loi
Linje Espressomaker by Øystein Helle Husby
iChef+ Oven Touch Control by Gorenje
William Ultrasonic Humidifier by Stadler Form
Bosch Siemens Dishwasher Captures Energy With Zeolite
Mint Automatic Floor Cleaner
Electrolux Vac From The Sea
Friend's Coffee Set by Cohen Roey
Conserve Insight by Belkin
DryMate by Nico Kläber
Virus Attacker by Nendo
Airwake by Jean-Marie Massaud
Video: Design Lab 2010 finalists by Electrolux
VC-PS300X Vacuum Cleaner by Toshiba
Ceramic Art Kettle by Eliumstudio
@home Coffee Table by Philippe Barsol
Viktor Air Purifier by Swizz Style
Taurus Grill by Conmoto
F-Lights Series by David Enon
Air Multiplier Fan Range by Dyson
Impact Clock by Carbon & Artefact
Vaarenta Water Purifier by HaA Design
Francis Francis Y1 iperEspresso by Illy
Too Much Aroma Humidifier & Scent Vaporizer by Karim Rashid
Carbon Kitchen Appliances by Ora-Ïto
Wind-powered Knitting Machine by Merel Karhof
Shine Compact Washing Machine by Electrolux
Power Box 360 by Bosch
Gigi Radiator by Enzo Berti
Dryerhair by Industrial Facility
Patrull Air Purifier by Ikea
Splash Radiator by Christian Ghion
Tetris Modular Radiator by FRNKWZ
Gaggenau Art Collection by Martigny Design Group
Bistro Line Appliances by Bodum
SoundTile Speakers by Kohler
Wattson Redesign by Users
Ripple Radiator by Studiomold
Play Radiator by Jaga
Condenser Dryer by Gorenje
Cut Radiator by Canepa Alessandro
360 Quick Iron by Panasonic
DC26 Wood + Wool Vacuum by Dyson
Flexio Radio by ITRI and Scenario Lab
MINT Automatic Floor Cleaner by fuseproject
Mast Humidifier by Shin Okada
Molenkitchen by Studio Molen
UltraSilencer by Pia Wallén
Butterfly Kitchen Hood by Falmec
BeoCom 5 by Bang & Olufsen
Le Toaster Vision by Magimix
The 爽 "Shuang" Fan by Taiwoon
Zero Fireplace by Ivano Losa & Matteo Galbusera
Wall Oven Collection by Jenn-Air
Philips Robust Collection Hand Mixer
Îlot Wood Stove by Arnaud Lapierre
Airsphere Fan by &design
b2 Kitchen Workstation by EOOS
E-100 Slide Out Extractor Hood by Pando
The Caso MDG23 Microwave Convection Oven
CookCook Stove by Rüegg
6th Collection by Plusminuszero
Silver Art by Elium Studio
Cook Compact Kitchens by Jcorradi
Dyson Air Multiplier
Winebag by Sand & Birch
de Manio/Downing Residence by Dan Hisel
Humanair Air Purifier

Apps
Multerim Timer App by Evan Gulyas
Milestone Countdown App by Marcel Wanders
History Travels With You Augmented Reality by Ilse Heesterbeek
Video: IKEA Augmented Reality Catalog App
Morse Clock by Grand Public
AbracadabrApp by Honest&Smile and Moleskine
Video: Making App by Nike
WordSwag Graphics App by Ben Wong
AMU Mobile Game by Joe Doucet
Siteseekr Architectural Tourism App by Linda Feinberg
Photolettering App by House Industries
Climate Clock App by Ben Wong
T3 App Music Player by Eder Rengifo
Over iPhone Photo Typography App
Deko App by Jaakko Tuomivaara & Johan Halin
Suno App by Jacobo Ibárrez
LUMOback Sensor and Mobile App
Blank Ways App by Tom Loois
Partly Cloudy App by Raureif
Video: IKEA Catalogue Gets An Interactive Overhaul
Video: Solar iPhone App by Hollr
WTHR App by David Elgena
Rechner Calculator by Berger & Föhr
geometric™ app for iPad and iPhone by Kapitza
Video: Nooka App by Nooka
Video: Audio Clock App by Kojiro Futamura
Poly™ iPad App by Jean-Christophe Naour
Camper Weather App for iPhone/iPad
Video: Cercles iPad App by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec
CrouwelClock App by The Design Museum
Alarm Dock by Jonas Damon
IMM Cologne 2011 iPhone Apps
QlockTwo App by Biegert & Funk
Video: 360 Panorama App by Occipital
Home Automation App by Gira
Analog Digital Clock iPhone App by Maarten Baas

Aquariums
Fish Tank Cabinet by Dobromila Kruszynska
Video: Archibird Cage by Grégoire de Laforrest
Fishscape Fishbowl by aruliden
Duplex Aquarium/ Cage by Constance Guisset
Archiquarium
Wanda Aquarium by Piergil Fourquié
ZeroEdge Aquariums
Floating Garden by Benjamin Graindorge & Duende Studio

Architecture
MOCO'14: Home 11 by i29 Interior Architects
MOCO'14: Les Haras Restaurant by Jouin Manku
MOCO'14: Apartment in Amsterdam by MAMM Design
Photo Galleries: Le 205 by Atelier Moderno
Photo Galleries: Eixample Apartment Renovation by Adrian Elizalde
Photo Galleries: Bussum Garden Studio by Serge Schoemaker Architects
Photo Galleries: Home 11 by i29 Interior Architects
Photo Galleries: Les Haras Restaurant by Jouin Manku
Photo Galleries: Lens House by Alison Brooks Architects
Photo Gallery: Houseboat by Mjölk architekti
Photo Gallery: Office 05 by i29 Interior Architects
Photo Gallery: Apartment in Amsterdam by MAMM Design
Photo Gallery: Frame House by Apollo Architects & Associates
Photo Gallery: KHM26 by Tim Piët and Jos Blom
Photo Gallery: Forest retreat (Lesní útulna) by uhlik architekti
Photo Gallery: Siamoises Mentana-Boyer by Blouin Tardif
Photo Galleries: 2014 Manser Medal Longlist Houses
Photo Gallery: Brick House by Leth & Gori
Photo Gallery: Gambier Island House by McFarlane Green Biggar
Sorel Residence by _naturehumaine
Supermodels, 100 Years of Dutch Design and Iconic Architecture
Brother's House - House without scenario by hiroshi kuno + associates
Eastern Block Models by David Navarro & Martyna Sobecka (Zupagrafika)
Scott & Scott Studio by Scott & Scott Architects
House H by Bojaus Arquitectura
San Cayetano Mountain Residence by DesignBuild Collaborative
Holiday House Vindö by Max Holst
Apartment/Conference Room Kredytowa by Maciej Kurkowski & Maciej Sutuła
Lady Peel House by rzlbd
House 1101 by H Arquitectes
MINIMOD House by MAPA
Haffenden House by PARA-Project
Light Cave Interior by Moriyuki Ochiai
MOCOVOTE: Yuman Restaurant by Michael Malapert
MOCOVOTE: Sugar Lump & Salon by Sohei Nakanishi
Garden Library by Mjölk Architekti
Bear Market Coffee Shop by VAV Architects
Doctor Manzana by Masquespacio
MOCOVOTE: Convertible Courtyards House by Christopher Megowan
Perch Cube Bushel Literary Hot Tub Tree House by Ten to One
Flower House by EZZO
House in Tousuien by Suppose Design Office
Upcycle House by Lendager Arkitekter
Alexandra Residence by NatureHumaine
MOCOVOTE: House F by Kenji Ido | Ido, Kenji Architectural Studio
Bridge House by Mackay-Lyons Sweetapple Architects
Stacey-Turley Residence by Kariouk
Santa María House by Etcheberrigaray + Matuschka
Extension and Transformation of a House in Geneva by LRS Architectes
Seaside House by Ultra Architects
Perry Street Loft by De-Spec
Studioverket Office/Studio by Toki Drobnjakovic & Per Sundberg
Emberger Residence by LP Architektur
Mountain Lodge in Tamersc by EM2 Architects
Atelierhouse Residence by Harry Thaler
Brunswick House by Christopher Botterill
Igúzquiza House by LopezNeiraCiaurri
Villa B by Tectoniques Architects
House 2 For A Photographer by OAB
Villa Bruun Country Retreat by Haekli Architects
Riersom Residence by Salmela Architect
House in Ishikiri by Tato Architects
House H by Architecten de Vylder Vinck Taillieu
MOCOVOTE: Espace St-Denis Apartment by Anne Sophie Goneau
MOCOVOTE: Moor House by Andrew Maynard Architects
Light Valley House by Future Studio
MOCOVOTE: Round House by Johnston Marklee for Solo Houses
Boston Street House by James Russell Architect
Summerhouse at Stora Gasmora by LLP Arkitektkontor
Raven Street House by James Russell Architect
Urban Villa by Pasel.Kuenzel Architects
Penthouse B in Linz by destilat
House in the Woods by Hayakawa/Kowalczyk
MOCOVOTE: Nuctale Studio by Paul Coudamy
MOCOVOTE: Totem House by Reza Aliabadi
Wood House by Schlyter + Gezelius Arkitektkontor
Kasel by Architekten Stein Hemmes Wirtz
H&L Laneway Home by Gaile Guevara
Central London Flat by VW+B
The Gray House by Nicolas Schuybroek
Extension C House Addition by Loïc Picquet Architecte
Weekend House by Office Geers Van Severen
dnA House by BLAF Architecten
EPR House by Luis Aldrete
MOCOVOTE: Smart student flat by Tengbom Architects
Dublin Street House by Kerr Ritchie
Acid Modernism House by Doug Aitken
MOCOVOTE: Passion House M1 by Eero Endjärv and Hannelore Kääramees
Gotland Summer House by Enflo Arkitekter
Blairgowrie House by Wolveridge Architects
Rammed Earth Modern by Kendle Design
MOCOVOTE: Arsenal B47 by Ralph Germann architectes
Casa 103 by ultramarino | marlene uldschmidt architects
Video: Homeshell Prefab Home by Richard Rogers
El Ray Beach House by Simon Conder Associates
Claim to fame: Sculpture habitable by Jean-Maxime Labrecque
Claim to fame: Résidence St-Hubert by _naturehumaine
H-Orange by Takuro Yamamoto Architects
Private House by Gramazio Kohler
ÁPH80 Portable Home by ÁBATON
Dov Carmi Urban Villa Reno by Pitsou Kedem Architects
MOCOVOTE: ARKHE Beauty Salon by Moriyuki Ochiai Architects
Hotel Zenden by Wiel Arets Architects
Carved Duplex by SPACECUTTER
Lake Rotsee Refuge by Afgh Architekten
MOCOVOTE: SkateKX Roller Rink by Feix&Merlin Architects
AP 1211 by Alan Chu
Bird Brick by Aaron Dunkerton
MOCOVOTE: Hat Club SoHo by theUPstudio
Bikini 32 House by Hollegha Arquitectos
Casa entre los Pinos Residence by Ignacio Romera Gonzalo
MOCOVOTE: Bestie Currywurst by Scott and Scott Architects
Venturini House by Adamo-Faiden
MOCOVOTE: 11 The Paragon by Adam Nathaniel Furman
D House by Panorama Arquitectos
MOCOVOTE: Beam & Block House by mode:lina
Gottshalden House by Rossetti + Wyss Architekten
Roji House by airscape architects studio
House in Ueda by Case Design Studio
Casa Iosa Ghini: HOME and STUDIO by Massimo Iosa Ghini
Casa Murray Studio by DISEÑO ESPACIAL
House GePo by OYO - Open Y Office
Diogene Cabin by Renzo Piano & RPBW
MOCOVOTE: Aluminum Flower Garden by Moriyuki Ochiai
House 784 by Stephenson ISA Studio
Fremantle Additions by Jonathan Lake Architects
Video: The LEGO House by BIG
Clear Lake Cottage by MacLennan Jaunkalns Miller Architects
The Nest Residence by a21studio
House on the Moor by Bernardo Bader Architects
8008 by Hiroyuki Arima + Urban Fourth
Casa Xonar by Arnold Aarssen & Janneke de Bruijn-Haane
Printed Habitat Custom Furnishings by François Brument & Sonia Laugier
2,5³ Living Cube by Ania Rosinke & Maciej Chmara
Westbury Crescent Residence by David Barr Architect
Suburban Beach House by David Barr + Ross Brewin
TP-H Residence by Jermyn Manthripragada
Mediterrrani 32 House by Isern Associats
Small Core House in Ochiaigawa by UNIT-O
Yingst Retreat by David Salmela Architect
Tucson Mountain Retreat by DUST
Appartement Spectral by BETILLON / DORVAL‐BORY
Cosgriff House by Christopher Polly Architect
Factory Life Residence/Workplace Complex by Julie D'Aubioul
Danish Summer House by Mette & Martin Wienberg
Residence in Kifissia by Tense Architecture Network
Gallery: Home 09 by i29 Interior Architects & Paul de Ruiter architects
Profile House by Black Line One X Architecture Studio
Haus Walde House by Gogl Architekten
A New Norris House by College of Architecture & Design, University of Tennessee Knoxville
Berri Residence by NatureHumaine
Belvedere House by MOVEDESIGN
Brownie by Uchida Architect Design Office
Delin Boiler Room by Stack + Co.
MOCOVOTE: Chair House by Igor Sirotov
Berkbeekschauw House by De Vylder Vinck Tailleu
Video: London Home by Mark Newson
Gallery: Kempart Loft by Dethier Architectures
Dialogue House by Wendell Burnette Architects
Gallery: Résidence Nguyen by Atelier Moderno
Föhr House by Francesco Di Gregorio & Karin Matz
House in Goido by Fujiwarramuro Architects
House House by Andrew Maynard Architects
Bear House by Onion
Rain in Interiors Installation by Burkard Meyer
Private House in Viseu by Bau.Uau Arquitectura
Fukasawa House by MDS
House Boone Murray by Tribe Studio Architects
Gallery: House N by Maxwan
Gallery: The Communicating Vessels by Victor Gonzalez
Skyward House by acaa
Between Yards House by XXeStudio
Gallery: alla lettera Restaurant by yet | matilde
YAK01 House by AA-D
Like a Houseboat by Shipley Architects
MOCOVOTE: GO by Victor Vetterlein
Waiatarua House by Hamish Monk Architecture
Casa Floradas by Obra Arquitetos
House K by GRAUX & BAEYENS Architecten
Video: Insider Housing Concept by elii
Diamond House by Masao Yahagi Architects
G house by Lode Architecture
Edward Street House by Sean Godsell
Apartment "H" by Re-Act Now
Gallery: Ribbon House by FAK3
Marmar House by Studio Mariano Martin
Gallery: Seaview House by Parsonson Architects
Tanderra House by Sean Godsell
Torquay House by Wolveridge Architects
El Viento Residence by Otto Medem Arquitectura
88 Franklin Street Open Kitchen by Minimal USA
Cedarvale Ravine House by Drew Mandel Architects
Gallery: The Beaumont House by Henri Cleinge, Architecte
Quinta dos Alcoutins by GGLLatelier
Gallery: Iron Lace Project by Gestion René Desjardins
Climber's House by Komada Architects' Office
Home Playroom by Estudio VA!
House Van Leeuwen by Jagerjanssen Architects BNA
House MF+FS by João Rapagão
Odoo Sustainable House
Gallery: The POP-UP Office by DUBBELDAM Architecture + Design
Gallery: Otsuka-Gofukuten Kimono Store by Yusuke Seki
Harold Street Residence by Jackson Clements Burrows Architects
Interstice by Fabi Architekten BDA
A wardrobe in the landscape by Enrico Scaramellini
Gallery: Carling Residence by TACT Architecture
House that Opens up to its Inside by Florian Busch Architects
Gallery: White Canvas On A Green Roof by Martine Brisson
L House by Florian Busch Architects
Video: Graham Hill Apartment by LifeEdited
4 House by TAKA
Enclave House by BKK Architects
Gallery: (((db))) House by Avignon-Clouet Architectes
GALLERY: The Cube Room by Fabian Gatermann
MO House by FRPO (Rodriguez & Oriol Architecture)
Maison D by Emmanuelle Weiss
X House by Cadaval & Solà-Morales
Lucky Shophouse by CHANG Architects
Family House in Orava by A.LT architekti
Gallery: Bridge House by 123DV Architects
Campanules House by EXAR Architecture
Peel-and-Stick Solar Panels by Stanford School of Engineering
Gallery: Housing Building With 7 Units by Metaform Architecture
Luff Residence by Pohio Adams Architects
House in Alcobaça by Aires Mateus
House on Limekiln Line by Studio Moffitt
Calling a Plan a Map by ON design partners
105 V House by Shaun Lockyer Architects
Low Energy Bamboo House by AST 77 Architecten
GALLERY: Urban Forester House by Mode:lina Architekci
House in Tavira by Vitor Vilhena Architects
Gallery: House in Viana do Castelo by Miguel Ferreira dos Santos
House at Pipers End by Níall McLaughlin Architects
Broken Pitched Roof House by NKS Architects
FIKA by ON design partners
Gallery: Single Famiy House in Thiva, Greece by Takis Exarchopoulos & Associated Architects
Flip House by Fougeron Architecture
House kn by Kochi Architect's Studio
Gallery: Three houses, a story by Massimo Tepedino Studio
Villa SSK by Takeshi Hirobe Architects
Gallery: Three Small Rooms Loft by Benjamin Cadena
Video: Sycamore House by Kovac Architects
Video: House on Cliffside by Fran Silvestre Arquitectos
Gallery: PullOver Convertible Conversation Room by Alexandra Georgescu
C&E House by Equipo Olivares Arquitectos
Gallery: PLASTIC Lab 6.1 Student Workshop by VAV architects
Video: Eleven Eleven by Herzog & de Meuron
Planter House by no.555
Abbotsford Residence by Chan Architecture
Gallery: Inhabitable Sculpture by Jean-Maxime Labrecque
Gallery: Ubiquitous Agency Interior by Andy Buchan & Neil Boote
Gallery: House Rehabilitation in Bellaterra by Yolanda Yuste & Tobias Laarmann
Gallery: BrickWallHouse by 123DVArchitects
Gallery: Bat-a-clan by Collectiv4 Architects
Video: Casa 2G by S-AR stación-ARquitectura
House at Big Hill by Kerstin Thompson Architects
Gallery & Video: Architecture for Dogs by Kenya Hara
Pangal Cabin by EMa Arquitectos
Gallery: Stone Gate by Raffaello Galiotto
Country Estate by Roger Ferris + Partners
Gallery & Video: Nest and Cave House by Turato Architecture
House 2y by destilat
Lucernas House by 01 Arq
Alta House by AS/D Architecture
Blaxland Common Regional Playspace by JMDdesign
Zamora 63 by TAE Arquitectos
Lens House by Alison Brooks Architects
Casa V by DMP Arquitectura
Atelier-Bisque Doll by UID Architects
House G12 by (se)arch
Storm Cottage by Fearon Hay Architects
House for Gudrun by Sven Matt
Onjuku Beach House by Bakoko
SKS House by Arnon Nir Architecture
House in Pilar by Estudio Parysow (Schargrodsky Arquitectos) + Estudio Tarnofsky (Wilhelm)
House O by Peter Ruge Architekten
Air Flow House by UID Architects
Bronte Apartment by Jason Gibney
Munich Eurostar Book Hotel
Jindal's Pavilion by Paul Archer Design
Taylor House by Paul Archer Design
E House by D.I.G Architects
La Isla House by Llosa Cortegana Architects
Gallery: Haus am Weinberg in Stuttgart by Ben van Berkel / UNStudio
Lufttritt Floating Staircase by Thomas Schiefer
Ballsbridge by Peter Legge Associates
Gallery: K Residence Renovation by kräf•te / Yukio Kimura
Video: Toblerone House by Marcio Kogan (studio mk27)
Chelsea Hill House by Kariouk Associates
House in Hofit by Paritzki & Liani Architects
Casa Lomas de Chapultepec by Paola Calzada Arquitectos
Gallery: Ecologia Montréal by Gervais Fortin
The house in the thicket by Kasper Bonna Lundgaard M.Arch
Gallery: Starbucks Espresso Journey by Nendo
PC House by XVA - Xavier Vilalta Arquitectura
Gallery: Shearer's Quarters House by John Wardle Architects
20th Street Residence by SF-OSL
The House that Kevin Built at University of Brighton
Gallery: Stacking Green by Vo Trong Nghia Architects
Tamaranzaka House by MDS
La Muna by Oppenheim Architecture + Design
Twisted House by JVA
Gallery: LAM House by Arstudio - Arnon Nir Architecture
Case Inlet Retreat by MW/Works Architecture & Design
Gallery: Julia's Apartment by dontDIY
150M Weekend House by Shinichi Ogawa & Associates
Wu Residence by Neri & Hu Design and Research Office
Gallery: H House by Budapesti Műhely
Casa Laguna Verde II by Altamirano Armanet Arquitectos
Gallery: Papabubble Amsterdam II by Yusuke Seki
Gallery: niu by Yoshihiro Yamamoto | YYAA
IO by Osamu Morishita
House G-S by Graux & Baeyens Architects
Gallery & Video: YO! Home by Simon Woodroffe
RIBA Stephen Lawrence Prize 2012 Shortlist
Gallery: Stripe House by GAAGA
Rooms that follow the landscape by On Design
Gallery: La Luge by YH2 Architecture
NM Apartment by Paul Kaloustian Architect
House Van de Vecken by Artau Architecture
Nexus House by Johnsen Schmaling Architects
Gallery: Central LMS / Playroom by Alejo Petrucci
Low Energy House MZ by Calderon Folch Sarsanedas Arquitectes
Skate Park House by LEVEL Architects
Casa Di Sassuolo by Enrico Iascone Architetti
Santa Ynez House by Fernau + Hartman Architects
Gallery: Ipera25 by Ahmet Alataş Architecture
Casa W by 01Arq
Video: Spread House by Makoto Takei + Chie Nabeshima / TNA
Al Aire (between air) Installation by Selgás & Cano & josepselga
Dutchess House No. 1 by Grzywinski + Pons
Seal Rocks House 4 by Bourne Blue Architecture
Casa Prè de Sura by Casati
Power Street by Steve Domoney Architecture
Gallery: House KE 12 by SoHo Architektur
Writer's Studio by Cooper Joseph Studio
Casa La Baronia by Nicolás del Rio & Max Núñez
Gallery: 46 Water Street by Omer Arbel
House in Dunaujvaros by ZSK Architects
Hidden House by Teatum + Teatum
VOLKsHouse by MoSA Architects
Kirchplatz Office + Residence by Oppenheim Architecture + Design
Fantasmagorle by htmn
Jewel Box by Fraher Architects
Crusch Alba by Gus Wüstemann
Ice House by Minarc
Seaside Single House by modostudio
MOCO MR: La Palestra at The Plaza Hotel by Frank Gehry
Annandale House by CO-AP
Balcony Window/ Skylight by Fakro
Video: House in Komazawa by Go Hasegawa
House Lindau by k_m architektur
Quinta Patino by Frederico Valsassina Arquitectos
House In Avintes by Gisela Silva Monteiro
House in Černá za Bory by Zette Atelier S.R.O.
House Alberschwende by k_m architektur
Studio Furillen by Andreas Forsberg
Bruges i Case by JJW
House K by munkacsoport
Rear House Extension, Garden Design by LBMV Architects
Gallery: Bromont House by Paul Bernier Architecte
Weekend House in Buš by Markéta Cajthamlová
Gallery: Building Tilelamp at Casa do Lado by 20.87 Estúdio
House in hieidaira by Tato Architects
Casa La Invernada by Felipe Montégu
Z Boat by Zaha Hadid
Casa DJ by [i]da arquitectos
Haws W by Kraus Schoenberg Architects
Houseboat On The Eilbek Canal by Sprenger Von Der Lippe
Gallery: K-house by Paz Gersh Architects
Maison Escalier by Moussafir Architectes Associés
Izukougen House by Atelier Shinya Miura
Gallery & Video: Zog House by Groves Natcheva
Casa a Morchiuso by Marco Castelletti
Invader Apartment by Lukasz Wawrzenczyk & Ewa Koter
CGM House by Ricardo Torrejón
Casa de la Barranca by Rafael Iglesia
Gallery: Urgell Apartment by Lluis Corbella
Gallery: Amphidromous Rectangle - CSM 402 Renovation by Jun Murata
Ridge House by Bohlin Cywinski Jackson
Two In One House by Triendl + Fessler Architekten
Great Barrier House by Crosson Clarke Carnachan Architects
Gallery: Papabubble Candy Shop by Yusuke Seki and Jaime Hayon
Gallery: Hansha Reflection House by Studio SKLIM
Villa Hendrikx by 70F Architecture
Gallery: Prismatic Colours by Jean Verville, Architecte
House in Go Vap by MM++ Architects
Gallery: Maison E3 by Natalie Dionne Architecte
2012 AIA Housing Awards for Architecture
Gallery: Hotel Castell dels Hams Spa & Pool by A2arquitectos
Lake Hawea Courtyard House by Glamuzina Paterson Architects
Fitzroy Terrace by Welsh & Major Architects
Gallery: Malbaie VI Marée Basse by MU Architecture
INFILL by John Dwyer Architect
Becherer House by Robert M. Gurney Architect
Video: Elements House by William Kaven Architecture
Gallery: Dovecote Barn by Nicolas Tye Architects
Gallery: Warburg House by Jordan Allen and Ryan Trefz
VillaLóla by ARKÍS architects
Gallery: Vallée de Joux House by Atelier d'architecture Ralph Germann
Gallery: Villa Widlund by Claesson Koivisto Rune
Gallery: Mini-studio by FRENTEarquitectura
Summer House in Southern Burgenland by Judith Benzer Architektur
Otama Beach House by David Berridge Architect
Whangapoua by Crosson Clarke Carnachan
House Roces by Govaert & Vanhoutte architectuurburo
Tiltpanel House by Irving Smith Jack Architects
Home-Office in Formentera Island by Marià Castelló Martínez
Amalia House by Marià Castelló Martínez
Video: House in Motoasakusa by Chuoarchi
Casa en Panel SIP by Alejandro Soffia + Gabriel Rudolphy
Casa S by Datum Zero
Gallery: Habitation TSL by adn architectures
K House by Datum Zero
Gallery: Chester Street Apartment by Alexander Lotersztain
Coromandel Bach by Crosson Clarke Carnachan Architects
Dove House by Gundry & Ducker Architecture
Gallery: Zwei kleine Häuser by Architekturbüro Scheder
La Compartida by Lacroze Miguens Prati
3×9 House by a21 studio
Video: Double Helix House by Onishimaki + Hyakudayuki Architects
Mini-Loft Apartment in Prague by Dalibor Hlavacek
Shipping Container House by Studio H:T
Sustainable Refurbishment in Girona by Francesc Collmalivern
AM House by Studio GGA
Video: Outside In House by Takeshi Hosaka
Storage House by Ryuji Fujimura
Acqua Livingstone tower by MISSONIHOME
Outeiro House by EZZO
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TABLETOP Addition by UP
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Pavillon Confignon by Dreier Frenzel
Casa en Possanco by ARX
Edge House by Noriyoshi Morimura Architects And Associates
Shaft House by Atelier rzlbd
House in Ropponmatsu by Kazunori Fujimoto Architect & Associates
Containers of Hope by Benjamin Garcia Saxe Architecture
House in Kitabatake by NRM*Architects Office
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Hilltop House by Openbox Company
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Townvilla Klosterneuburg by Hertl Architekten
Casa Alejandra by CEKADA-ROMANOS
House in Moriyama by Suppose Design Office
Atelier Tenjinyama by Ikimono Architects
Cadre House by Apollo Architects & Associates
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Nakanosawa House by Code Architectural Design
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Lightwell House by Keiichi Hayashi Architect
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AMA House by Katsutoshi Sasaki and Associates
Linear House by Architects EAT
Guest House by Paratelier
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Boundary House by BKK architects
Dunedin Street Residence by Iredale Pedersen Hook Architects
House in Yotsukaido by Studio Noa
Montblanc House by Studio Velocity
Sliding House by MacKay-Lyons Sweetapple Architects
Casa El Tiemblo / Estudio de arquitectura James and Mau
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Desert House by Circle West Architects
Sauna en Lago Ranco by Panorama
Villa Håkansson-Tegman by Johan Sundberg
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T-Apartment by Soeda and Architects
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Industrial Designer House by Koji Tsutsui Architect & Associates
SLI Prefab System for Modern Mid Rises
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Casa en Melides by Pedro Reis
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Dune House by JVA
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House A by Takeshi Hamada
Haus Lina by Caramel Architekten
Pelo House by mA-style
Maison Leguay by Moussafir Architectes Associés
Sky Ranch by Miller Hull
A la Limite Residence by Atelier d.org
Four-cornered Villa by Avanto Architects
Villa Remshagen by Smedshammar+Holmberg AB
T-house by Atelier Tekuto
The Plankenhuis in Bosschenhoofd by Onix Architects
Wooden House with an Inner Courtyard by DI Bernardo Bader
Snail House by Atelier d.org
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Casa en Las Palmeras by Artadi Arquitectos
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Treehouse by SHED Architecture & Design
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Hairy House by Ashworth Parkes Architects
H House by Wiel Arets Architects
L House by BCHO Architects
Koby Cottage by Garrison Architects


JBI/AAAAAAAAAfc/6aIQ6ePc8iY/S150/caixa+de+Pandora+x.jpg' width='88'/> Mauro Rosso
autor, entre outros livros, de Contos de Machado de Assis : relicários e raisonnés (2008), Machado de Assis e a política : crônicas (pelo Senado Federal- no prelo); idealizador e organizador do conjunto digital contos de Machado de Assis em chaves temáticas, in GerminaLiteratura,2008

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