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From what he would live in those three years was born his only work of prose and a single document at the same time epic, intimate, cruel and a stinging sensation. A foreign object in Portuguese literature, a combination of diary, travel literature, reporting, poetic essay and great adventure. This co-edition adds two texts and several unpublished photographs.

This edition, built in partnership with the publisher e-Primatur, is embedded in a broader cultural project that joins an exhibition entitled "Bernardo Santareno, a doctor in the cod fleet" and a community theater play entitled "The Lugger - Community Theatre project ", directed by Graeme Pulleyn.

In that year he embarked on the trawler David Melgueiro. The next campaign he was part of the crew of the line fishing motor-ship Senhora do Mar. Finally, in , he was part of the medical team of the hospital-ship Gil Eanes. It is true that in his professional career sought varied works and being true to the moment that popped the controversy around "The Promise", also in , Santareno not yet had a notable reputation for oppositionist writer, it is clear that cod fishing attracted him as a personal and literary inspiration experience.

Embark along with "the bravest fishermen the world," as they were called by the Australian reporter Alan Villiers, in the famous The Quest of the Schooner Argus - book that Santareno read and quoted in his works - allowed him to work and live suspended in the world in an overwhelming male universe, full of instinctual drives very own of life on board during long months in the everyday environment characterized by the strain of work and inflamed by the rudeness of men.

He graduated in medicine in and between and he held medical activity with the Portuguese cod fishing fleet in Newfoundland. This experience gave rise, in the immediate, to a collection of texts written in small note books and later resulted in this title, but also in some of his most famous pieces The lugger or The promise. Bernardo Santareno began writing as a poet and his first three books were collections of poetry.

From , the theater was his election register, writing 15 pieces.


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Rua Augusta August Street in the Pombaline Lower Town , Lisbon The Portuguese participate in many cultural activities, indulging their appreciation of art, music, drama, and dance. Many cities and towns have a museum and a collection of ancient monuments and buildings. Many towns have at least a cinema, some venues to listen to music and locations to see arts and crafts. In smaller towns and villages, cultural activity may revolve around local folklore, with musical groups performing traditional dance and song. Local festivities are very popular during the summer season in all kinds of localities ranging from villages to cities, as well as beach holidays from July to September. Portuguese people in almost all major towns and the cities like to know their places which are generally well equipped with modern facilities and offer a wide variety of attractions ranging from shops and stores of the most renowned brands to cinemas, restaurants and hypermarkets. As the most popular sport, football events involving major Portuguese teams are always widely followed with great enthusiasm.


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