José Maria de Eça de Queiroz or Eça de Queirós (European Portuguese: [ʒuˈzɛ mɐˈɾiɐ dɨ ˈɛsɐ dɨ kɐi̯ˈɾɔʃ]; November 25, 1845 – August 16, 1900) is generally considered to be the greatest Portuguese writer in the realist style. Zola considered him to be far greater than Flaubert. The London Observer critics rank him with Dickens, Balzac and Tolstoy. Eça never officially rejected Catholicism, and in many of his private letters he even invokes Jesus and uses expressions typical of Catholics, but was very critical of the Catholic Church of his time, and of Christianity in general (also Protestant churches) as is evident in some of his novels.During his lifetime, the spelling was "Eça de Queiroz" and this is the form that appears on many editions of his works; the modern standard Portuguese spelling is "Eça de Queirós".
Edition: 9; 9a. ed.
Edition: 2; 2a. edição.
Edition: 8; 8.a ed.
Edition: 5; 5. ed.; S. Christovam ; S. to Onofre ; S. Frei Gil, artigos diversos.; At head of title: Ec̜a de Queiroz
Illustrations: Illustrations; Edition: 3; 3. ed.
Illustrations: Portraits; Edition: 2; 2a ed.; Eça de Queiroz.
Illustrations: Portraits; Eça de Queiroz.
Illustrations: Portraits; Eça de Queiroz ; notas biographicas por Z. Zagallo.
Illustrations: Portraits; Edition: 7; 7a. ed; Eça de Queiroz; 1a. ed. publ. 1925
Título original: Contos
Incluye referencias bibliográficas; Título original: Cartas de Inglaterra