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The poet has tried three times a chair at the Brazilian Academy of Letters, but in none of the occasions he was elected falling short of twenty votes required to qualify for a chair.

He started working for Editora Globo, while it was still a state-owned publishing house.

He became known as the poet of “simple things”, and his style is marked by ironyprofundity and technical perfection. Dalloway, and words and Blood, by Giovanni Papini. Even with the promise of unanimity around his name, the poet refused to apply a fourth time.


Mário Quintana

Mario Quintana never married nor had children. He died in Porto Alegreaged Lonely, he lived most of his life in hotels: Quintana also ,ario as a journalist and translated into Portuguese innumerable books, such as Mrs.

At the time, the sports qhintana and former player of the Brazilian national soccer team Paulo Roberto Falcao gave him a room at the Hotel Royal, of his property. Never mind that the room is small. Inhe released his first book of poetry, The Windmills Street, beginning his career as a poet, writer and children’s author.

The friend who found a small room, Quintana said, “I live in myself. In the same year he won the Fernando Chinaglia of the Brazilian Union of Writers of best book of the year.

The main themes of his poetry include death, the lost childhood and time.

Esconderijos do tempo – Mário Quintana – Google Books

Considered the “poet of simple things” with a style escondefijos by irony, by the depth and technical perfection, he worked as a journalist most of his life. In the meantime, InQuintana worked in the newspaper Correio do Povo, as a columnist of a subsection on culture, which was published every Saturday; but inhe left the newspaper. After that, he moved to Porto Alegre in to study at the Military School, and there he published his first works.


Inhe published his Poetics Anthology, with sixty poems, organized by Rubem Braga and Paulo Mendes Campos, and released to commemorate his sixty years of age, and for this reason the poet hailed the Maro Academy of Letters by Meyer and Manuel Augusto flag, reciting the poem Quintana, of his own, in honor of fellow gaucho.

Dalloway by Virginia Woolf. It’s good, so I have fewer places to lose my stuff.