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Domingos José Gonçalves de Magalhães (1811–1882)

Magalhães, Domingos José Gonçalves de (mä-gäl-yä’es). A Brazilian poet; born in Rio de Janeiro, in 1811; died at Rome, in 1882. From 1845 to 1867 he was Brazilian minister to Dresden, Naples, Turin, and Vienna. As a lyric poet he ranks high among his countrymen. His works include: ‘Poesias’ (1832); and ‘Antonio José’ and ‘Olgiato,’ two dramas which had great popularity in Spanish, French, and English translations.