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Birth Name: Jorge Amado de Faria

Born: 10 August 1912 Died: 6 August 2001

Country of origin: Brazil


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Best Brazilian Writers (10 person items)

"Perhaps the best-loved author in Brazil is Jorge Amado, who, in his lifetime, was able to straddle both critical acclaim and wide popular appeal. His novels such as Captains of the Sands (1937), Gabriela, Clove and Cinammon (1958), or Dona Flôr and her Two Husbands (1966) are classics of contemporary Brazilian literature, noted for evoking the people and customs of Amado’s native Bahia state, particularly its capital city, Salvador. A humoristic vein has endeared him to his public and many of"



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