A Rosa do Povo

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A Rosa do Povo (The Rose of the People) is a book of Brazilian modernist poetry written by Carlos Drummond de Andrade between 1943 and 1945. It is the most extensive work of the author being composed of 55 poems, also being the first mature work and extensive social expression of lyricism and modernism.[1] The work captures the pain and hardship of his time.

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  1. ^ Araújo, Vera Romariz Correia de (2007). Só ou bem acompanhado? (Reflexões sobre literatura e cultura). UFAL. p. 67. ISBN 978-85-7177-325-7. Retrieved 26 July 2012.