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Carlos Drummond de Andrade October 31, — August 17, was a Brazilian poet and writer, considered by some as the greatest Brazilian poet of all time. Drummond was born in Itabiraa mining village in Minas Gerais in the southeastern region of Brazil. His parents were farmers belonging to old Brazilian families of mainly Portuguese origin. He worked as a civil servant for most of his life, eventually becoming director of history for the Cadlos Historical and Artistic Heritage Service of Brazil.

He would mingle speech fluent in elegance and derive truth about his surroundings, many times describing quotidian, normal aspects of life while achieving boltempo fluidity of thought and speech. Drummond drifted towards communism at the start of World War II and took up the editorship of the Brazilian Communist Party ‘s official newspaper, Tribuna Popular, but later abandoned the post due to disagreements over censorship, which Drummond staunchly opposed.

The work of Carlos Drummond is generally divided into several segments, which appear very markedly in each of his books.

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But this is somewhat misleading, since even in the midst of his everyday poems or his socialist, politicized poems, there appear creations which can be easily incorporated into his later metaphysical canon, and none of these styles is completely free of the others. There is surely much metaphysical content in even his most political poems. The poem deals with an anti- Faust referred to in the first person, who receives the visit of the aforementioned Machine, which stands for all possible knowledge, and the sum of the answers for all the questions which afflict men; in highly dramatic and baroque versification the poem develops only for the anonymous subject to decline the offer of endless rrummond and drummod his gloomy path in drummod solitary road.

One of those said segments have been found only after his death: Drummond is a favorite of American poets, a number of whom, including Mark Strand and Lloyd Schwartzhave translated his work. Later writers and critics have sometimes credited his relationship with Elizabeth Bishophis first English language translator, as influential for his American reception, but though she admired him Bishop claimed she barely even knew him.

In an interview botempo George Starbuck inshe said, “I didn’t know him at all. He’s supposed to be very shy. I’m supposed to be very shy. We’ve met once — on the sidewalk at night. We had just come out of the same restaurant, and he kissed my hand politely when we were introduced. In modernism, the predominant style which Drummond wrote in, styles were divided into lyrical and subjective or objective and concrete, Drummond would be part of the latter, similar to Oswald de Andrade. Drummond was the first great poet to assert himself after the premiere modernist of Andfade and created a unique style dominated by his beautiful writing.

His work displays linguistic freedom and free verse. But it goes beyond that: His poetry, according to Affonso Romano dw Sant’Annacan be divided into three parts,:. andrsde

In the late s, his poetry began to become more erotic. O Amor Natural Natural Lovea collection of erotic poems, was published posthumously. Biography Drummond was carlo in Itabira, a mining village in Minas Gerais in the southeastern region of Brazil. Though his earliest poems are formal and satirical, Drmmond quickly adopted the new forms of Brazilian modernism that were evolving in the s, incited by the work of Since December 16, the airport is also named after the Minas Gerais-born poet Carlos Drummond de Andrade — History Pampulha Airport was opened in as a support facility for the passenger flights operated by the Brazilian Air Force between Rio de Janeiro and Fortaleza.


The first commercial operation started inwhen Panair do Brasil was granted a concession to fly between Rio de Janeiro and Belo Horizonte. In the runway was extended to 1,m x 45m, in to 1,m, and finally in to 2,m. Since the airport has been operated by Infraero. With the great increase of traffic at Pampulha Airport, the facility became too small and unable to handle all operations.

For this reason, the new Tancredo Neves International Airport was built in the adjoining municipal PLU can stand for: Throughout its early years, literature from Brazil followed the literary trends of Portugal, whereas gradually shifting to a different and authentic writing style in the course of the 19th and 20th centuries, in the search for truly Brazilian themes and use of the Portuguese language.

Portuguese is a Romance dialect and the sole official language of Brazil. Lyrically, the poet Olavo Bilac, named it ” Escoto-brasileiro refers to Brazilians of full, cwrlos, or predominantly Scottish ancestry, or Scottish-born people residing in Brazil.

The poem is a famous example of the first phase of Brazilian Romanticism, that was characterized by heavy nationalism and patriotism. It was influenced by and loosely based on Johann Wolfgang von Goethe’s ballad Mignon, and some verses of the ballad are used as the poem’s epigraph. Martin of Andrade, into the council of Pontedeume. The first mention of this small territory, is to be found in the documentation of the monastery of Caaveiro located just 18km awayand ajdrade chronologically to the 9th century.

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It was part of the region of Pruzos, which was created as an administrative and ecclesiastical territory of Kingdom of Galicia in the sixth century by the King: Teodomirothrough a document written in Latin called: Parrochiale suevum, Parochiale suevorum or Theodomiri Divisio. By this same time the family group: Drummond is a Scottish drmumond and clan name.

Notable people with the surname include: Literary modernism, or modernist literature, has its origins in czrlos late 19th and early 20th centuries, mainly in Europe and North America. Modernism is characterized by a self-conscious break with traditional styles of poetry and verse.

Modernists experimented with literary form and expression, adhering to Ezra Pound’s maxim to “Make it new”. When modernism ends is debatable.

Though The Oxford Encyclo List of airports by IATA code: Summer Time, begins and ends. A blank DST box usually indicates that the location stays on Standard Time all year, although in some cases the location stays on Summer Time all year.

If a location is currently on DST, add one hour to the time boite,po the Time column. Aloysio de Andrade Faria born November 9, is a Brazilian billionaire banker. Aloysio, who has two daughters married to the corporation’s CEOs, did not retire from the financial market and re-invested by incorporating a new personal and investment bank in Boitempp York, the Alfa Bank, which is one of the ten largest and most successful banks in the country.

The falls ceased to exist in when they were inundated by the impoundment of the Itaipu Dam reservoir.

Pampulha may refer to: Latin American boitepo consists of the oral and written literature of Latin America in several languages, particularly in Nadrade, Portuguese, and the indigenous languages of the Americas as well as literature of the United States written in the Spanish language. It rose to particular prominence globally during the second half of the 20th century, largely due to the international success of the style known as magical realism.


Latin American literature has a rich and complex tradition of literary production that dates back many centuries. History Pre-Colombian literature Pre-Colombian cultures were primarily oral, though the Aztecs and Mayans, for instance, produced elaborate codices.

Oral accounts of bkitempo and religious beliefs were also sometimes recorded after the arrival of European colonizer This is a list of Brazilian writers, those born in Brazil or who have established citizenship or residency.

The film was shot in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in Portuguese and examines Brazil’s relationship with the poetry of Carlos Drummond de Andrade, and their own sexuality. The federation is composed of the union of the 26 states, the Federal District, and the 5, municipalities. It is the largest country to have Portuguese as an official language and the only one in the Americas;[12][13] it is also one ee the most multicultural anndrade ethnically diverse nations, due to over a century of mass immigration from around the world.

The red bands are hematite, and the silver bands are magnetite.

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These are quarried, sawn, polished and sold as decorative stones. Itabira is a Brazilian municipality and a major city in the state of Minas Gerais. The city belongs to the Belo Horizonte metropolitan area mesoregion and to the Itabira microregion. It is currently the twenty-fourth largest city in the state in terms of population, withinhabitants, according to a IBGE survey.

History The first settlements at the site date to the early eighteenth century, when the village of Itabira do Mato Dentro was founded by bandeirantes seeking gold. Itabira was politically emancipated as a municipality on They are produced and sold in street markets and by street vendors in Brazil, principally in the Northeast. They are so named because they are hung from strings to display them to potential customers.

History Cordel literature forms one of the least altered continuations of the Western traditions of popular literature, such as chapbooks, and popular prints. They come from the papel volante tradition of Portugal. This genre of literature was also found in Spain during the 18th and 19th centuries, and offered readers a wide array of topics, from basic instruction to political tracts.

According to the poet Carlos Drummond de Andrade it is one of the purest manifestations of the inventive spirit, the sense of humor and the critical capacity of Brazilians from the interior and of the humblest b The airline was grounded on May 30, and lost its operational license on September 20, The new owner has other transport interests including Brazil’s largest courier company Braspress Transportes Urgentes.

Originally a general aviation company, Air Minas started its operations as a regular regional carrier on August 16, In October of the same year, the services were extended to Bauru.

O Tico-Tico was a weekly Brazilian children’s magazine, published between and It was the first magazine to publish comics in Brazil. It also featured stories and educational activities. The date of its first issue was October 11, Mark Strand April 11, — November 29, was a Canadian-born American poet, essayist and translator.

Strand was a professor of English and Comparative Literature at Columbia University from until his death in Strand graduated from Oakwood Friends School in [4][5] and in earned his B. This is a list of notable Brazilian poets. The Priest and the Girl Portuguese: A newly ordained priest arrives at the town and meets Fortunato, an influential merchant, and his concubine, Mariana.

The girl’s father, a prospector, died when she was ten and she was raised by Fortunato.