Brazilian literature
Brazilian literature is written in the Portuguese language by Brazilians or in Brazil, even if prior to Brazil's independence from Portugal, in 1822. During the 20th century Brazilian literature gradu...
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Academia Brasileira de Letras
43°10′23″W / 22.91083°S 43.17302°W / -22.91083; -43.17302Academia Brasileira de Letras (ABL) ([akadeˈmiɐ bɾaziˈlejɾɐ dʒi ˈletɾɐs] English: Brazilian Academy of Letters) is a B...
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Morte e Vida Severina
Morte e Vida Severina (literally Severine Life and Death and translated by Elizabeth Bishop as The Death and Life of a Severino) is a long poem by Brazilian author João Cabral de Melo Neto, his most f...
Carta de Pêro Vaz de Caminha
In his letter to Manuel I of Portugal, Pêro Vaz de Caminha gives what is considered by many today as being one of the most accurate accounts of what Brazil used to look like in 1500. "Arvoredo Tanto, ...
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Marília de Dirceu
Marília de Dirceu (English: Dirceu's Marília) is a poetry book written by Luso-Brazilian Neoclassic poet Tomás António Gonzaga. It is divided in three parts — all of them published in different ye...
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Afro-Brazilian literature
Afro-Brazilian literature has existed in Brazil since the mid-19th century with the publication of Maria Firmina dos Reis's novel Ursula in 1859. Other writers from the late 19th century and early 20t...
Os Bruzundangas
Os Bruzundangas (English: The Bruzundangas) is a short story book written by Brazilian writer Lima Barreto. It was first published in 1922.The book satirizes the politics of Brazil by telling abou...
Indianism (arts)
Indianism (in Portuguese: Indianismo) is a Brazilian literary and artistic movement that reached its peak during the first phase of Romanticism, though it had been present in Brazilian literature ...
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Ultra-Romanticism
Ultra-Romanticism (in Portuguese, Ultrarromantismo) was a Portuguese literary movement that took place during the second half of the 19th century and later arrived in Brazil. Aesthetically similar to ...
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Meditação (prose)
Meditação (English: Meditation) is a discontinued series of prose poetries written by Brazilian poet Gonçalves Dias. Written c. 1850, it was published serially in the magazine Guanabara, who was f...