Murilo Mendes

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Murilo Mendes (born May 13, 1901 in Juiz de Fora, Minas Gerais, - died in Lisbon on August 13, 1975) was an exponent of Modernist poetry in Brazil. He lived in Europe twice and died in Lisbon. His greatest connection in Europe though was to Rome. He converted to Catholicism in 1934 and much of his works deal with tensions arising from his faith.

Partial bibliography

  • Poemas (1930)
  • Restauração da poesia em Cristo (1934)
  • A poesia em pânico (1937)
  • A idade do serrote (1938)
  • O visionário (1941)
  • Mundo enigma e O discípulo de Emaús (1945)
  • Liberdade (1947)
  • Convergências (1970)

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