He is considered the most innovative of the Brazilian modernists. Besides having been a precursor of the Tropicália movement and of the "marginal poetry" of the 70s, de Andrade wrote three major manifestos: the Pau-Brasil Poetry Manifesto (1924), Pau Brasil (1925) and the Anthropophagic Manifesto (1928). He also introduced Brazilian literature to experimental prose with Memórias Sentimentais de João Miramar (1924).Visit me plase. Thanks! Have a nice day!
Hope you will stop by my blog On Our Bookshelf...I just posted a review for a great read from a Debut Author, Lori Roy. I have your button on my blog and am following your lovely blog please follow me too! I would appreciate your support by tweeting my review and or sharing it on your social website..facebook, etc.. Thank you and Happy New Year!
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Your book sounds really interesting. Let me know when it is published and I could possibly do a review of it on my blog for you if you want.
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Hi again! Thanks for becoming a follower of my blog. I am fairly new at blogging, so am still learning 'the ropes' as they say. I have quite a few really good authors (both from the UK and the States) who have have agreed to help me out with interviews/articles for my blog. I am at the stage at the moment, in trying to increase the number of my blog followers so as to make it really worthwhile for some well known authors to make their appearance on my site, but is early days yet!
I like all types of fictional stories really. Historical fiction would probably be my favourite, but I would try any other types of fiction or other genres and poetry if I thought they were interesting. I do like Paulo Coehlo's style of writing. I read in one of his posts some where that he wrote some of his novels in about two weeks from start to finish! I am currently reading 'The Passage' which is a monster of a book,visionary type fiction (over 700 pages). It is a really good story and is worth taking a look at!
I am also currently involved in testing a new website (based in America) called BestsellerBound. It is for authors/writers and readers. It was only launched this week so is fairly new, but it looks as if it going to be a good site and is worth checking out if you get a chance. What sort of books do you like to read?
I've just realised I am starting to write a novel here so will end here for now!