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Gonçalves Dias

Brazilian poet and dramatist

1823   -   1864

movement: romantismo brasileiro, artistic indianism
country of citizenship: Brazil
educated at: Law School of the University of Coimbra
occupation: playwright, poet, writer, theatrologist, journalist, ethnologist, lawyer, university teacher

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Antônio Gonçalves Dias (Portuguese pronunciation: [ɐ̃ˈtonju ɡõˈsawvis ˈdʒiɐs]; August 10, 1823 – November 3, 1864) was a Brazilian Romantic poet, playwright, ethnographer, lawyer and linguist. A major exponent of Brazilian Romanticism and of the literary tradition known as "Indianism", he is famous for writing "Canção do exílio" (arguably the most well-known poem of Brazilian literature), the short narrative poem I-Juca-Pirama, the unfinished epic Os Timbiras, and many other nationalist and patriotic poems that would award him posthumously with the title of national poet of Brazil. He was also an avid researcher of Native Brazilian languages and folklore. He is the patron of the 15th chair of the Brazilian Academy of Letters.
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O Cometa

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Meditação

book by Gonçalves Dias

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Seus Olhos

poem written by Gonçalves Dias

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A Escrava

poem written by Gonçalves Dias

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A Leviana

poem written by Gonçalves Dias

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A Tarde

poem written by Gonçalves Dias

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A Vila Maldita

poem written by Gonçalves Dias

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A um Menino

poem written by Gonçalves Dias

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Adeus

poem written by Gonçalves Dias

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