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Melbourne, Australia. As a doctor, Amadeu never refused a patient, and when Mendez, a powerful member of the Salazar regime, called "the Butcher of Lisbon", was brought to Amadeu's clinic, he saved the man's life. There, he begins investigating the fate of the Prado family. Like the depiction of the city of Lisbon as mysterious and intricate, the text of Night Train to Lisbon is intricate and complicated, sometimes withholding information from the reader. Retrieved 13 February
The boys bonded through their love for knowledge, particularly the philosophical and political knowledge not permitted under Salazar. Amadeu gave a graduation speech that reflected his contempt for the regime, much to the chagrin of his father, a well respected judge. Raimund learns that Amadeu died of an aneurysm , which he knew he had, but had not told Adriana about. As a doctor, Amadeu never refused a patient, and when Mendez, a powerful member of the Salazar regime, called "the Butcher of Lisbon", was brought to Amadeu's clinic, he saved the man's life.
Amadeu's friends were shocked by this, especially Jorge, who at that time was already in the resistance. Later, Amadeu confronted Jorge and declared that he too would join the resistance. Raimund learned where she went and went there to see that she was still alive.
Raimund finally meets the woman from the bridge again, in Lisbon; she had felt suicidal because she had just learned from the book that her beloved grandfather was the Butcher of Lisbon, but she is learning to accept this. The events become a catalyst to Raimund's life, in a gentle sort of way.
He informs the school that he is now returning to his job. Mariana goes to the railway station with him and, at the last moment, suggests he could instead stay. The Hollywood Reporter ' s David Rooney wrote: Bille August's direction was caught in "an outmoded storytelling approach" where "key events" remained "hopelessly page-bound",  while Variety 's Boyd van Hoeij called the film "a relic", just "waffly rather than talky and entirely devoid of tension.
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This page was last edited on 1 October , at Amadeu de Prado is a doctor during the Salazar Dictatorship He has an expressed interest in literature and begins questioning his world, his experiences and the words contained in conversation and written thought.
His life and thoughts are strongly influenced by living under an oppressive regime. His father, a stern man and a judge loyal to the government, later crumbles under the pressure of his conscience and commits suicide.
Amadeu, who is by now an accomplished and well-liked doctor, saves the life of Mendez, the "Butcher of Lisbon" and Chief of Secret Police. In the public eye, Amadeu's actions mark him down as a traitor, resulting in him being shunned and secretly joining the resistance to ease his conscience.
After his premature death aneurysm , Amadeu's notes and journal entries are edited and published by his sister Adriana. She owes her life to Amadeu and religiously devotes her energy to preserving her brother's legacy. She prescribes him new glasses when he breaks his old ones in an accident.
Raimund visits him several times to talk about Amadeu. She later fled the country and became a professor of history at the University of Salamanca. The dictatorship lasted until and relied heavily upon a brutal secret police force, the PIDE. Salazar died in , two years after handing over power to Marcel Caetano who continued his policies until when the Carnation Revolution overthrew the regime. The story ends with Raimund returning to Bern.
Raimund, who has been suffering from spells of dizziness for a while now, submits himself to a physical exam. Night Train to Lisbon spends considerable time contemplating ideas, exploring on one hand Gregorious' contemplation of self and the other de Prado's journal and philosophies.
Mercier uses various activities and subthemes to help explore these deep, self-reflective subjects including "night journeys, insomnia and dream-filled sleep, of being stuck in place yet somehow adrift, and confusion about life's purpose. Like the depiction of the city of Lisbon as mysterious and intricate, the text of Night Train to Lisbon is intricate and complicated, sometimes withholding information from the reader.
Iranian writer Mahshid Mirmoezzi translated the book into Persian, with its release in April Danish film director Bille August 's film adaptation of the same name , with Jeremy Irons as Raimund Gregorius, was released in From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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