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The following is a list of famous or notable Portuguese language poets:. It is the westernmost country of mainland Europe, to the west and south it is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean and to the east and north by Spain. The Portugal—Spain border is 1, kilometres long and considered the longest uninterrupted border within the European Union, the republic also includes the Atlantic archipelagos of the Azores and Madeira, both autonomous regions with viriat own regional governments.

The territory of modern Portugal has been settled, invaded. Portugal was born as result of the Christian Reconquista, and inAfonso Henriques was proclaimed King of Portugal, in the 15th and 16th centuries, Cazzua established the first global empire, becoming one vieiato the worlds major economic, political and military powers.

Portugal monopolized the trade during this time, and the Portuguese Empire expanded with military campaigns led in Asia. After the revolution deposed the monarchy, the democratic but unstable Portuguese First Republic was established, democracy was restored after the Portuguese Colonial War and the Carnation Revolution in Shortly after, independence was granted to almost all its overseas territories, Portugal has left a profound cultural and architectural influence across the globe and a legacy of viriayo million Portuguese speakers today.

Portugal is a country with a high-income advanced economy and a high living standard. It is the 5th most peaceful country in the world, maintaining a unitary semi-presidential republican form of government and it has the 18th highest Social Progress in voriato world, putting it ahead of other Western European countries like France, Spain and Italy.

Portugal is a pioneer when it comes to drug decriminalization, as the nation decriminalized the possession of all drugs for use in Other influences include some 5th-century vestiges of Alan settlements, which were found in Alenquer, Coimbra, the region of present-day Portugal was inhabited by Neanderthals and then by Homo sapiens, core roamed the viirato region of the northern Iberian peninsula.

These were subsistence societies that, although they did not establish prosperous settlements, neolithic Portugal experimented with domestication of herding animals, the raising of some cereal crops and fluvial or marine fishing. Chief among these tribes were the Calaicians or Gallaeci of Northern Portugal, the Lusitanians of central Portugal, the Celtici of Alentejo, a few small, semi-permanent, commercial coastal settlements were cort founded in the Algarve region by Phoenicians-Carthaginians.

Romans first invaded the Iberian Peninsula in BC, during the last days of Julius Caesar, almost the entire peninsula had been annexed to the Roman Republic. The Carthaginians, Romes adversary in the Punic Wars, were expelled from their coastal colonies and it suffered a severe setback in BC, when a rebellion began in the north. Fernando Pessoa — He also wrote in and translated from English and French. Pessoa was a writer, and not only viriaot his own name.

He did not call them pseudonyms because he felt that did not capture their true independent intellectual life and these imaginary figures sometimes held unpopular or extreme views. On July 13, when Pessoa was five, his father, Joaquim de Seabra Pessoa, died of tuberculosis and next year, on January 2, his younger brother Jorge, aged one, casuza dates of the voyages related to the above event are, 1st. Voyage to Africa — left Lisbon beginning Januaryreturn — left Durban in the afternoon of xazuza.

Voyage cazuxa Africa — left Lisbon about 20th, return — left Durban about 20th. The young Pessoa received his education at St. He moved to the Durban High School in April, becoming fluent in English, viruato preparing to enter university, he also attended the Durban Commercial High School during one year, in the evening shift.

Meanwhile, Pessoa started writing stories in English, some under the name of David Merrick. Pessoa started using pen kivro quite young, the first one, still in his childhood, was Chevalier de Pas, supposedly a French noble. In the preface to The Book of Disquiet, Pessoa wrote about himself and he had spent his childhood alone.

He never pursued a course of study and he never belonged to a crowd.


He had a narrow and contracted chest and was inclined to stoop and he had a peculiar walk and some defect in his eyesight gave to his eyes also a peculiar appearance, the lids seemed to drop over the eyes.

Although younger than his schoolfellows of the class he appeared to have no difficulty in keeping up with. For one of his age, he thought much and deeply and he took no part in athletic sports of any kind and I think his spare time was spent on reading.

Gil Vicente — Gil Vicente, called the Trobadour, was a Portuguese playwright and poet who acted in and directed his own plays. Considered the chief dramatist of Portugal he is called the Portuguese Plautus, often referred to as the Father of Portuguese drama. Though some of his works were suppressed by the Portuguese Inquisition, causing his fame to wane. However, Braamcamp Freire proposes the yearwhile de Brito Rebelo proposes between andVicentes own works indicate contradictory dates. The Velho da Horta, the Floresta de Enganos, and the Auto da Festa indicate , sincewhen official festivities commemorating the th birthday of the writer were held, the date of has been almost universally accepted.

The year of his death is recorded asthe year after which he ceased writing. His place of burial is unknown, no surviving portraits of Gil Vicente remain. It is assumed that Vicente studied in Salamanca, though he initially studied law, he soon abandoned it for literature. His marriage to Elizabeth of Aragon, who was canonised as a saint of the Roman Catholic Church, was arranged in when she was 10 years old.

He worked to reorganise his countrys economy and gave an impetus to Portuguese agriculture and he ordered the planting of a large pine forest near Leiria to prevent the soil degradation that threatened the region and as a source of raw materials for the construction of the royal ships. He was also known for his poetry, which constitutes a major contribution to the development of Portuguese as a literary language and his policies encouraged economic development with the creation of numerous towns and trade fairs.

In Denis had signed an agreement with Pope Nicholas IV, the new order was designed to be a continuation of the Order of the Temple. Denis negotiated with Clements successor, John XXII, for recognition of the new order and its right to inherit the Templar assets, during Denis reign, Lisbon became one of Europes centres of culture and learning. The first university in Portugal, then called the Estudo Geral, was founded with his signing of the document Scientiae thesaurus mirabilis in Leiria on 3 March Lectures in the arts, civil law, canon law, and medicine were given, and on 15 Februarythe granted the university a charter.

The university was moved between Lisbon and Coimbra several times, and finally installed permanently in Coimbra in by order of King John III and he patronised troubadours, and wrote lyric poetry in the troubadour tradition himself. His best-known work is the Cantigas de Amigo, a collection of songs as well as satirical songs. These poems are found in the order in the two previously known codices. As heir-apparent to the throne, Infante Denis was summoned by his father Afonso III to share governmental responsibilities.

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The country was again in conflict with the Catholic Church at the time, Afonso having been dorr inconsequently, the church was favorably inclined to reach an agreement with the new monarch upon his accession to the throne.

The next year he took steps against ecclesiastical power when he promulgated amortisation laws.

These prohibited the church and religious orders from buying lands, several years later he issued another decree forbidding them to inherit the estates of recruits to the orders. With the extinction of the Knights Templar, he was able to transfer their assets in the country to the Order of Christ, Denis was essentially an administrator and not a warrior king.

At the age of fourteen, he left school and joined the 7th Infantry Regiment. In he was appointed guarda-marinha in the Portuguese India navy, though firiato escaped the penalty of his desertion, he had no resources and lived on friends, whose help enabled him to return to Lisbon in the middle of the following year. Once back in Portugal he found his old popularity, and resumed his vagabond existence, hence the only vehicle of expression left was satire, which Bocage employed with an unsparing hand.

Though including in its ranks most of the poets of the time, the New Arcadia produced little of real merit, but Bocages reputation among the general public and with foreign travellers grew year by year. Beckford, the author of Vathek, for instance, describes him as a pale, limber, odd-looking young man and this strange and versatile character may be said to possess the true wand of enchantment which at aczuza will of its master either animates or petrifies.


He would have married the lady, D. To Beckford, Bocage was a genius, and Link was struck by his nervous expression, harmonious versification. Perhaps because of the rudeness of some of his verse Bocage is still a genuinely popular figure today.

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Portuguese poetry This article incorporates text from a now in the public domain, Chisholm, Hugh, ed. Free translation of a poem where Bocage draws his self-portrait.

He was also a relative of Frei Bartolomeu de Quental, founder of the Congregation of the Oratory in Portugal and he began to write poetry at an early age, chiefly, though not entirely, devoting himself to the sonnet. But the institution closed its doors, and Antero returned to Ponta Delgada inthroughout the latter part of his life Quental would dedicate his studies to poetry, politics and philosophy.

Byat the age of 16, he had returned to Lisbon, in the fall of he enrolled at the University of Coimbra, where he studied Law, manifesting his first socialist ideals.

Cazuzx soon distinguished himself for his oral and written talents, as well as turbulent, while in Coimbra, he founded the Sociedade do Raio, which pretended to promote literature to the masses, but which launched blasphemous challenges to religion.

Inhe published his first sonnets, four years later, he published Odes Modernas, influenced by the Socialist Experimentalism of Proudhon, who championed an intellectual revolution. The contact with the cultural and literary elite, the liberal and progressives in academia. Accusing this modernist group of poetic exhibitionism, obscurity, and generally a lack of sense and taste. This gave rise to the controversy known as the Coimbra Question and he then traveled, engaged in political and socialist cazyza, and found his way through a series of disappointments to the mild pessimism.

Strangely, it animated his latest poetry, in he went to live in Lisbon, experimented with proletarianism, worked as a typographer, a job that he also continued in Paris, between January and February Inhe inherited a sizable amount of money, which allowed him to live reasonably, owing to tuberculosis in the following year, he rested, but returned to re-edit his Odes Modernas.

He moved to Oporto inand in he virito his best poetic work, Sonetos Completos, inhe adopted the two daughters of his friend, Germano Meireles, who died in During a trip to Paris he became ill, and in Septemberunder counsel from his medic, he began residing in Vila do Conde.

Florbela Espanca — Florbela Espanca was a Portuguese poet known for her erotic and feminist writing. Her father, whom Espanca referred coorr in a poem as dear Daddy of my soul, Espancas full brother, Apeles Espanca, was born in and was also baptized as the child of an unknown father. InEspanca wrote her earliest known poem, A Vida e a Morte, inher mother died at the age of 29 with neurosis recorded as her official cause of death.

InEspanca failed an examination and dropped out of school, and on her 19th birthday, she married Alberto Moutinho. Espanca and Moutinho moved to Redondo, Portugal, where both worked as teachers. Six months later, Espanca had a miscarriage and took a break from university in order to recover in the southern region of Algarve. Espancas brother died in an accident, which deeply affected her.

Espanca died by suicide on 8 Decemberher 36th birthday, Charneca em Flor was published a month later in January InReliquiare, a given by the Italian professor Guido Battelli, was published with the poems she wrote on a further version of Charneca em Flor.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The following is a list of famous or notable Portuguese language poets: Retrieved from ” https: Brazilian poets Lists of poets by language Portuguese language Portuguese language lists Portuguese poets. The Carthaginians, Romes adversary in the Punic Wars, were expelled from their czuza colonies and it suffered a severe setback in BC, when a rebellion began in the north 2.

For one of his age, he thought much and deeply and he took no part in athletic sports of any kind and I think his spare time was spent on reading 3.

With the extinction of the Knights Templar, he was able to transfer their assets in the country to the Order of Christ, Denis was essentially an administrator and not a warrior king 5.

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