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Antonio Feliciano de Castilho (1800–75)

Castilho, Antonio Feliciano de (käs-tël’yō). A Portuguese poet (1800–75). Though almost blind, he studied jurisprudence at Coimbra. His first poetical composition, ‘Letters of Echo and Narcissus,’ published while he was a student, won him great celebrity. He excelled in pastorals; and to this class belong his ‘Spring,’ and ‘Love and Melancholy, or the Latest Heloïse.’