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Raul Brandao

a.k.a. Raul Germano Brandao

Author Code: ORGB

Born: Mar. 12, 1867 - Foz do Douro, Portugal

Died: Dec. 5, 1930 - Lisbon, Portugal

Brandao joined the Portugese military academy in 1891 and began working for the Ministry of War. In 1896, he published Historia de um Palhaco while still with the Ministry. That year, he was also commissioned an officer in Guimaraes. He married in 1897 and settled there until 1912 when he retired from the army and moved to Lisbon. From then until his death, he was a prolific author and was very popular in Portugal. His most famous and successful work, Humus, was published in 1917 to critical acclaim. Brandao's work, which included some plays and a vast array of journalistic work, is still popular and widely read in Portugal. Some of his work has been translated into English. His works include O Padre (1901), El-Rei Junet (1912), Memorias (1919-25), Teatro (1923), As Ilhas Desconhecidas (1926), O Avejao (1929) and O Pobre de Pedir (1931 Posthumous).

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