'I am a deceased writer not in the sense of one who has written and
is now deceased, but in the sense of one who has died and is now
writing'. So begins the posthumous memoir of Braz Cubas, a wealthy
nineteenth-century Brazilian. While the grave may have given Cubas
the distance to examine his rather undistinguished life, it has
certainly not dampened his sense of humour. Epitaph of a Small
Winner is one of the wittiest self-portraits in literary history.
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