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In memoriam - Affonso Berardinelli Tarantino.

Salluh JI - J Bras Pneumol (2014)

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Affiliation: Brazilian National Cancer Institute, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

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The now classic "DoençasPulmonares" was a faithful mirror of its primary author and editor... It brought together ateam of star pulmonologists from various Brazilian states (all of whom were dear friends ofTarantino's) and had the striking characteristic of being thorough and profound withoutever abandoning a practical discourse... Tarantino used to say that he had to be able tocommunicate with physicians anywhere in Brazil, even in the most remote parts of thecountry... His book (which is currently in its sixth edition) was thus written and can befound in major university libraries, study rooms, and physician offices nationwide... Tarantino also rewarded uswith his reflections and his privileged and generous view of the world in books such as" Repetrechos", in which each page allows those with a keen eye to gain further understandingof the magnificent teacher and human being that he was... Over the course of nearly a hundred years, Tarantino was a modern man; he lived his lifeunfettered by the notion that time is fleeting and had more than simple students: he haddisciples... We are all diminished by his passing last July... Because opera was one of Tarantino's greatest passions, I will leaveyou with a quote that might shed some light on life and its tortuous pathways... The quote isfrom Recondita Armonia, the first aria in Giacomo Puccini's Tosca:"L'arte nel suo mistero le diverse bellezze insiem confond" (Art has amysterious way of blending the contrasting beauties)... Such contrasting beauty can be foundbetween our memories of Tarantino and in our sadness over losing him.

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In memoriam - Affonso Berardinelli Tarantino.

Salluh JI - J Bras Pneumol (2014)

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Affiliation: Brazilian National Cancer Institute, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

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The now classic "DoençasPulmonares" was a faithful mirror of its primary author and editor... It brought together ateam of star pulmonologists from various Brazilian states (all of whom were dear friends ofTarantino's) and had the striking characteristic of being thorough and profound withoutever abandoning a practical discourse... Tarantino used to say that he had to be able tocommunicate with physicians anywhere in Brazil, even in the most remote parts of thecountry... His book (which is currently in its sixth edition) was thus written and can befound in major university libraries, study rooms, and physician offices nationwide... Tarantino also rewarded uswith his reflections and his privileged and generous view of the world in books such as" Repetrechos", in which each page allows those with a keen eye to gain further understandingof the magnificent teacher and human being that he was... Over the course of nearly a hundred years, Tarantino was a modern man; he lived his lifeunfettered by the notion that time is fleeting and had more than simple students: he haddisciples... We are all diminished by his passing last July... Because opera was one of Tarantino's greatest passions, I will leaveyou with a quote that might shed some light on life and its tortuous pathways... The quote isfrom Recondita Armonia, the first aria in Giacomo Puccini's Tosca:"L'arte nel suo mistero le diverse bellezze insiem confond" (Art has amysterious way of blending the contrasting beauties)... Such contrasting beauty can be foundbetween our memories of Tarantino and in our sadness over losing him.

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