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Raul Pompeia

12 April 1863 - 25 December 1895

Raul Pompeii (R. de Avila P.), journalist, short story writer, columnist, novelist and writer, was born in Jacuecanga, Angra dos Reis, RJ, April 12, 1863, and died in Rio de Janeiro, RJ, 25 December 1895. It is the patron of chair n. 33 of the Brazilian Academy of Letters, by choice of founder Domitius da Gama.

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1880 - A Tragedy in the Amazon (novel)
1888 - The Atheneum (novel)
1883 - Songs without meters (prose)
1882 - The jewels of the Crown (satirical pamphlet)

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