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Vasconcelos de Carvalho

Professor of Communication and Letters of the Universidade de Fortaleza, translator and free-lance editor, Ruy Vasconcelos participated in several anthologies, and has published in various magazines and newspapers in Brazil and abroad: Boxkite (Sidney), Magyar Napl (Budapest), Espculo (Madrid), Suplemento de Minas (Belo Horizonte), Ciberkiosk (Lisbon), Inimigo Rumor and Vivercidades (Rio). He has contributed articles to O Povo on several occasions. In 2001, he published a little biography of the poet Albano. His book of poems is as yet unpublished. His doctoral thesis was on the poetry of George Oppen. Before returning to Fortaleza, in 2002, he lived in Coventry and Kenilworth (England), in So Paulo and Florianpolis. Presently he lives in the neighborhood of Aldeota in Fortaleza, which he has written about often recently.
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By Vasconcelos de Carvalho | Published 06/8/2005 | Literature and Poetry | Recommendation:
Translated by Tom Moore "ne placidis coeant immitia" "that savage not mate with tame" Horace, Ars Poetica Homer, who composed in Greekand who as far as we know never translated, or according to some, even wrote1was, nevertheless, also the first great translator in the West. Pseudo-Longino bears witness to this fact. The author of On the sublime at one point tells us that in the Iliad the blin ...
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