Ana Miranda

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Ana Miranda is a Brazilian poet and novelist born in Fortaleza, Ceará in 1951. She grew up in Brasilia and has lived in Rio de Janeiro since 1969. Her main work of note has been historical, including her award-winning 1989 novel A Boca do Inferno, which was published in English in 1991. Many of her other works have concerned the conflicts of women wanting to have careers and families.

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The film Desmundo by Alain Fresnot is an adaption of her novel of the same name.

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