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Probably "Hino de Bahia" as per this Google Books reference: Dois de Julho patriots sang enthusiastically, as indicated by the many new anthems reported in the press. What is today known as the Dois de Julho anthem is usually attributed to Ladislau dos Santos Titara, whose poetry has often been cited on these pages (see figure 1.2). It begins with ...


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Answering this question requires intertwining not one, but two biographies. The authors are both contemporary so I couldn't find an exhaustive biography on Jorge Amado that's placed in the public domain. However, several articles, thesis, and facts are available that allow to say with some confidence Jorge Amado was familiar with the works of Anna Seghers. ...


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When I have read it (very long ago, and in yet another language), I parsed the title as (A Morte) e (a Morte de Quincas Berro d'Água) that is The Death in general, and some particular death. After all, if I am not mistaken, in the novel Quincas dies thrice, so two, or double, are definitely off. That said, I don't know if my reading matches the Amado's ...


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