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Júlio Diniz (1839–1871)

Diniz, Julio (dē’nēs), pseudonym of Joaquim Guilherme Gomes Coelho. A Portuguese novelist and poet; born at Oporto, Nov. 14, 1839; died there, Sept. 12, 1871. He introduced the village story into Portuguese literature. His first work, ‘The Rector’s Wards’ (1866), is also his best; it was followed by ‘An English Family’ (1867), describing middle-class life in Oporto. His poems were published in 1880.