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Manoel de Faria e Sousa (1590–1649)

Faria e Sousa, Manoel de (fä-rē’ä ē sö’zä). A Portuguese poet and historical writer (1590–1649). His four volumes (‘Fount of Aganippe’) of sonnets, eclogues, songs, and madrigals, are eccentric but original. He wrote a ‘History of the Kingdom of Portugal,’ a history of ‘Portuguese Asia,’ ‘Portuguese Africa,’ etc., besides many essays in literary criticism. Most of his works are in Spanish.