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Ensaios sobre Mário de Carvalho
In this article we attempt to read Mário de Carvalho's novel Fantasia para dois coronéis e uma piscina, focussing on the ideological analysis of representative passages with special emphasis on two recurrent processes used by the author: irony and parody. Taking into account all explicit references to Classical authors, works or themes, ranging from Horace to Petronius, and from the invokation of the muses to that of the deus ex machina, we seek to draw a parallel between the Classical past anddoi:10.14195/978-989-26-0548-7_8 fatcat:4md47n67evedbl2s32qkmmxuia