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José Eduardo Agualusa [Alves da Cunha] nasceu no Huambo, Angola, em 1960. Estudou Silvicultura e Agronomia em Lisboa, Portugal. Os seus livros estão traduzidos em 25 idiomas.

 
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"Agualusa’s writing is a delight throughout, as he opens up the world of Portuguese-speaking Africa to the English-speaking community. And what a world it is."
Jane Bradley - The Scotsman

"A General Theory of Oblivion is a perfectly crafted, wild patchwork of a novel, playing on a love of storytelling and fable."
- Penguim Random House

"C’est le talent d’Agualusa de recréer un monde à base de petits riens, juste en disant les choses, en les (en)chantant."
Julie Coutu - Le matricule des anges

"Agualusa op zijn best."
Wim Bossema, The Volkskrant

Finalista para Man Booker International 2016 / Shortlisted for Man Booker International Prize 2016
Prémio Fernando Namora 2013 / Fernando Namora Prize 2013
Finalista do Best Translated Book Award 2016 / Shortlisted for the Best Translated Book Award 2016