Venenos de Deus, Remédios do Diabo by Mia Couto

God’s Poisons, Devil’s Remedies

The young Portuguese doctor Sidónio Rosa, lost in love by the Mozambican mulatto Deolinda, whom he met in Lisbon at a medical congress, traveled as a cooperative to Mozambique in search of his beloved. In Vila Cacimba, where he meets her parents, he patiently waits for her to return from her internship somewhere. But will she ever return? (Google Reads)

António Emílio Leite Couto, better known as Mia Couto (born 5 July 1955)[1], is a Mozambican writer. He won the Camões Prize in 2013, the most important literary award in the Portuguese language, and the Neustadt International Prize for Literature in 2014. (From Wiki)



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