Affonso Romano de Sant'Anna

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Affonso Romano de Sant'Anna, Brazilian poet, essay writer, and professor

Affonso Romano de Sant'Anna (born March 27, 1937), is a Brazilian poet, essay writer, and professor.[1]


He was a professor of Brazilian Literature at UCLA and the University of Texas at El Paso, and a writer for the O Globo newspaper. In 1971 he married Marina Colasanti, a Brazilian journalist and writer. In 1984, he began writing for Jornal do Brasil.


  • 1962 – O Desemprego da Poesia
  • 1965 – Canto e Palavra (poem book)
  • 1980 – Que país é este?
  • 1986 – A Mulher Madura (book of articles for O Globo)


  1. ^ Riding, Alan (February 6, 1986). "Strange cure saves naturalist". The Rock Hill Herald. Retrieved 8 August 2011.

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