Wednesday, August 6, 2008

Wenceslau De Moraes

Wenceslau De Moraes

Wenceslau de Moraes (May 30, 1854 - Lisbon) - (July 1, 1929 - Tokushima), sometimes spelled Venceslau de Morais, was a Portuguese writer whose works were steeped in orientalism and exoticism, particularly the culture of Japan. A translator of Haiku, his verse was also influenced by Symbolism.

[Paisagens Da China E Do Japo]

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