I-Juca-Pirama

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I-Juca-Pirama is a short narrative poem by Brazilian author Gonçalves Dias. It first appeared in his 1851 poetry book Últimos Cantos, but is usually published independently of its parent tome. Written under decasyllabic and alexandrine verses, and divided in ten cantos, it is one of the most famous Indianist poems of Brazilian Romanticism. I-Juca-Pirama means, in Old Tupi, "He who must be killed".
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date of publication: 1851
genre: narrative poetry

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