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Thu, 21 Sep 2017 11:58 - Updated Thu, 21 Sep 2017 11:58

Moxico: Miranda Garcia to release debut book in October

Luena - A literary novel, entitled "Dor de uma decepção" will be released in October by the Angolan writer, Miranda Lucas Garcia, in the city of Luena, eastern Moxico province, to mark his debut to the literary world.

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Author Miranda Lucas Garcia

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According to the author, in an interview to Angop, the work is essentially self-motivating and that portraying love relationships.

"It addresses the issues not only in the philosophical aspect but in the sociological, religious and common sense", said Miranda Lucas Garcia, a native of Cazenga municipality, Luanda province.

The author promised to launch two thousands copies of the book during an Entrepreneur Fair in October.

 

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