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My aunts, my cats, my dog and me was divided into three parts: "Mauro by Mauro" (plotting a profile of the playwright with his preferences, qualities and flaws), "Women of my life" (including, of course, Pérola and the aunts) and "Mauro, etc." (with more general themes). In each part, the chronicles were ordered chronologically, with texts from January 1996 to November 2002. The first of all, "Treading on eggs," Rasi gets a ride in the controversy caused by the previous column, in which he used swear words to talk about the censorship to which the aunts would like to submit him. Among the mentions to Wilson Simonal, Marta Suplicy and Hilary Clinton, he ends the text in a more serious tone, speaking on the meanings of words.
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Mauro Rasi became known for his plays. As a playwright, has achieved a rare feat in Brazil: please both the public and the critics. His piece of greatest success, "Pearl" (1994), was watched by thousands of people across the country and won awards from theatrical critics. The same happened to several other shows. His works are prominently pages in the history of contemporary Brazilian theater. Mauro Rasi wrote for eight years, every Monday in the newspaper O Globo. When they learned of his death, dozens of readers wrote to the newspaper in sorrow that that day of the week it would never be the same.
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