They settled in Cantanhede , in the small village of Nossa Senhora das Febres, where his father practiced medicine. In he moves to Coimbra , where he will stay for 15 years, in order to complete his studies. He graduates from the University of Coimbra in history and philosophy in The following year he settles definitively in Lisbon.
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And no, there are no typographical gimmicks or fanciful illustrations — just plain text, but the evocative power of the words used by this virtuoso is so great, that you will see things. I guarantee you that. The familiar garden first stage of disrepair : brambles in shapeless mounds, untrimmed boxwood, nettles, wildflowers. Stunted palm trees, so swollen they look like aging, diseased dwarfs, their long hair and matted leaves bent to touch the ground. Balancing the sketchpad on his knees he is able to draw pretty soon the summer rain will send him indoors. Whale bone, the texture of softwood, waterlogged and weatherbeaten but free of rot: when light strikes its muted grain it raises a gray powder, as if re-igniting. The stone hardness relents, and they both float the child and the whale bone above the bilious moss, the stalks of gisandra, the lichen — these lingering afflictions.