Bernardo Carvalho

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Bernardo Carvalho in March 2010

Bernardo Carvalho (born 1960 in Rio de Janeiro) is a Brazilian author and journalist. He was the editor of “Folhetim,” a collection of essays, and is a Paris and New York correspondent for Folha de S.Paulo. His first two novels were edited in France.

His novel "Mongólia" received the 2003 prize of the Associação Paulista dos Críticos de Arte. He shared the Portugal Telecom Prize for Literature with Dalton Trevisan for his novel "Nove Noites."

Awards and recognitions[edit]

Bibliography[edit]

  • Aberração (short story collection) 1993
  • Onze (novel) 1995
  • Os Bêbados e os Sonâmbulos (novel) 1996
  • Teatro (novel) 1998
  • As Iniciais (novel) 1999
  • Medo de Sade (novel) 2000
  • Nove Noites (novel) 2002 - published in English in 2007 as Nine Nights
  • Mongólia (novel) 2003
  • O Sol se Põe em São Paulo (novel) 2007
  • O Filho da Mãe (novel) 2009
  • Reprodução (novel) 2013

References[edit]

  1. ^ Folha Online (16 October 2008). "Prêmio São Paulo de Literatura divulga finalistas". Folha de S.Paulo. Retrieved 6 April 2013. 
  2. ^ MARCO RODRIGO ALMEIDA (29 May 2010). "Prêmio São Paulo de Literatura divulga finalistas". Folha de S.Paulo. Retrieved 6 April 2013. 

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