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O Navio Negreiro

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  • Title: O Navio Negreiro
  • Author: Antônio Frederico de Castro Alves Slim Rimografia Grupo Opni
  • ISBN: 9788578880309
  • Page: 202
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. Antônio Frederico de Castro Alves Slim Rimografia Grupo Opni

      Alves was born in the town of Cachoeira, Bahia, Brazil In 1862, he entered the Faculdade de Direito do Recife, was involved in an affair with Portuguese actress Eug nia C mara and wrote his first abolitionist poems Os Escravos The Slaves and A Cachoeira de Paulo Afonso Paulo Afonso s Waterfall , reading them out loud in public events in defense of the abolitionist cause Even though many Brazilians stood up against it at that time, slavery in Brazil was not officially ended until 1888, when Princess Isabel, daughter of Dom Pedro II, declared it extinct by means of the Lei urea Golden Law.In 1867, Alves left Recife and returned Bahia, where he wrote his dramatic play Gonzaga He later moved to Rio de Janeiro, where he met influential people such as Jos de Alencar, Francisco Otaviano and Machado de Assis, from whom he got moral support.Alves headed south to S o Paulo to take courses at Sao Francisco Law School While there he met important writers and politicians, such as Rui Barbosa, Joaquim Nabuco, Rodrigues Alves, Afonso Pena and Bias Fortes On November 11, 1868, while hunting in the surroundings of S o Paulo, he was shot in the left ankle, which led to the amputation of his feet Soon afterwards Alves contracted tuberculosis, a very common disease in S o Paulo at that time due to the dark and untidy pubs around town and chilly weather, which forced him to return to his home land, Bahia He died on July 6, 1871, in the city of Salvador.

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    1. "O Navio Negreiro" é um poema de Castro Alves escrito em 1868, poeta famoso pelos seus textos a favor da abolição da escravatura, que só viria a acontecer no Brasil em 1888. Este e-book contém os seguintes poemas de Castro Alves: "O Navio Negreiro" (1868); "Vozes d'África" (1868); "A Canção do Africano" (1863); "O Século" (1865); "A Visão dos Mortos" (1865) e "Mater Dolorosa" (1865). O herói dos seus textos é o negro, o povo africano, os escravos que são traficados nos navios negrei [...]



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