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Espumas Flutuantes

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Language  Portuguese language
Media type  Hardcover
Author  Castro Alves
Publication date  1870
Originally published  1870
Genre  Poetry
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Publisher  Tipografia de Camilo de Lellis Masson & C.A.
Poetry books  Marília de Dirceu, My Black Me, I like stars, The mercy seat, Eucalyptus

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Espumas Flutuantes (English: Floating Foam) is an 1870 poetry book by Brazilian Romantic poet Castro Alves. It would be the only work Alves would publish during his lifetime, because of his premature death from tuberculosis one year later. It is one of his most famous poetry books, the other one being Os Escravos, published in 1883. Espumas Flutuantes was dedicated to Castro Alves' family, as seen in the book's "dedicatory".

Contents

It has 53 poems, whose themes are mostly unrequited love and odes, such as "Ode ao dous de julho" and "O livro e a América".

Espumas flutuantes


References

Espumas Flutuantes Wikipedia