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A Casa DOS Budas Ditosos
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A Casa Dos Budas Ditosos by Joao Ubaldo Ribeiro and Joäao Ubaldo Ribeiro (1999, Book, Illustrated)
Our Assessment: B- : fine for what it is, but too limited a narrative. The complete review 's Review :. House of the Fortunate Buddhas is novel that was commissioned as part of publisher Objetiva's Plenos Pecados -series -- works of fiction on the seven deadly sins, with Ribeiro writing about lust. A brief Introduction has Ribeiro claim that the text he presents is, in fact, based on material by a sixty-eight-year-old woman that he has simply edited a bit. Appropriately enough, her record is an oral one, transcribed; first she claims this is, among other reasons, because she has arthritis which makes writing difficult -- but then she admits it's simply because: it's impossible to write about sex, at least in Portuguese, without coming off like a prostitute who's just been asked to "talk dirty" for the twentieth time in the same day