Jorge Amado articles on Wikipedia
Jorge Amado
Jorge Leal Amado de Faria (Brazilian-PortugueseBrazilian Portuguese: [ˈʒɔʁʒi lɛˈaw ɐˈmadu dʒi fɐˈɾi.ɐ], 10 August 1912 – 6 August 2001) was a Brazilian writer of the modernist
May 21st 2017



Ilhéus Jorge Amado Airport
Ilheus/Bahia-Jorge Amado Airport (IATA: IOSICAO: SBIL), is the airport serving Ilheus, Brazil. Since March 12, 2002 it is named after the writer Jorge Amado de
Apr 23rd 2017



Jorge Amado University Center
The Centro Universitario Jorge Amado (Jorge Amado University Center, often abbreviated as Unijorge) is a private institution founded in 1999 and located
Apr 26th 2017



Amado
Church) from Guatemala. Flavio Amado (born 1979), Angolan football player Jorge Amado (1912–2001), Brazilian writer Lauro Amado (1912–1971), Swiss football
Apr 20th 2014



O Bem-Amado
Bem O Bem-Amado is a Brazilian telenovela that first aired on Rede Globo in 1973. It is based on a play by Dias Gomes called Odorico, o Bem-Amado ou Os Misterios
Jan 24th 2017



Showdown (Amado novel)
(Portuguese: Tocaia-GrandeTocaia Grande) is a Brazilian Modernist novel. It was written by Jorge Amado in 1984. The novel deals with the foundation of a community, Tocaia
Dec 27th 2015



Amado Carrillo Fuentes
Amado Carrillo Fuentes (December 17, 1956 – July 3, 1997) was a Mexican drug lord who seized control of the Juarez Cartel after assassinating his boss
May 23rd 2017



Jorge Amado Nunes
Jorge Amado Nunes Infran (born 18 October 1961 in Berazategui, Argentina) is a former Paraguayan football midfielder that currently works as a coach.
Nov 25th 2016



The Golden Harvest
Jorge dos Ilheus) is a Brazilian Modernist novel. It was written by Jorge Amado from 1942–44, published in Portuguese in 1944 and in English in 1992
Apr 10th 2016



The Discovery of America by the Turks
America pelos Turcos) is a Brazilian Modernist novel. It was written by Amado Jorge Amado in 1994 but not published in English until 2012. Amado tells how, in
Dec 27th 2015



Sea of Death
Death (Portuguese: Mar Morto) is a Brazilian Modernist novel written by Amado Jorge Amado. Amado wrote the novel in response to his first arrest for "being a communist"
Nov 7th 2016



Home Is the Sailor (novel)
was written by Jorge Amado in 1961, and translated into English by Harriet de Onis in 1964. Home is the Sailor was finished by Jorge Amado in early 1961
Jan 16th 2016



G-Amado
Goncalo-Jorge-AmadoGoncalo Jorge Amado da Veiga, better known as G-Amado (born 11 April 1985) is a singer and an actor mainly on kizomba and R&B songs. He was born in
Apr 30th 2017



The Bowels of Liberty
da Liberdade) is a trilogy of Brazilian Modernist novels written by Jorge Amado in 1954. The trilogy comprises Bitter Times (Os asperos tempos), Agony
Dec 27th 2015



Cacau (novel)
Cocoa) is Brazilian Social Realism novel written by Jorge Amado. It was written by Jorge Amado in 1933 and was his second novel, forming together with
Mar 8th 2017



Sweat (novel)
Modernist novel. It was written by Jorge Amado in 1934. It has yet to be translated into English. Sweat, Jorge Amado’s third novel, was written in Rio
Nov 19th 2016



Shepherds of the Night
(Portuguese: Os Pastores da Noite) is a Brazilian novel. It was written by Jorge Amado in 1964 and published in English in 1967. Shepherds of the Night is really
Jan 1st 2017



Captains of the Sands
Sands (Portuguese: Capitaes da Areia) is a Brazilian novel written by Jorge Amado in 1937. The novel tells of a gang of one hundred street children. Their
Apr 18th 2017



The Country of Carnival
(Portuguese: O Pais do Carnaval) is a Brazilian novel. It was written by Jorge Amado in 1931. In this debut novel, the themes that would come to permeate
Dec 28th 2016



The Knight of Hope
cavaleiro da esperanca or Vida de Luis Carlos Prestes) is a 1942 book by Jorge Amado, a biography of the well-known Brazilian revolutionary Luis Carlos Prestes
Apr 10th 2016



The Violent Land
(Portuguese: Terras do Sem Fim) is a Brazilian Modernist novel written by Jorge Amado in 1943 and published in English in 1945. It describes the battles to
Dec 27th 2015



The War of the Saints
O Sumico da Santa) is a Brazilian Modernist novel. It was written by Jorge Amado in 1988 and published in English in 1993, with a translation by Gregory
Apr 1st 2016



Red Field
Brazilian-ModernistBrazilian Modernist novel. It was written by Jorge Amado. It has not been published in English. Jorge Amado published Red Field in 1946. In 1945, Brazil
Aug 27th 2016



Tieta
lit. "Tieta from Agreste") is a novel written by the Brazilian author Jorge Amado, published on August 17, 1977. Set in the 1970s, it narrates the return
Nov 30th 2016



Véra Clouzot
ex-President of the United Nations' International Law Committee. Writer Jorge Amado is her second cousin. In 1941, Vera met French actor Leo Lapara, a member
May 13th 2017



Jubiabá
pronunciation: [ʒubjaˈba]) is a Brazilian modernist novel written by Amado Jorge Amado in 1935. It earned Amado an international reputation, being hailed by
Nov 6th 2016



Zélia Gattai
Academy of Letters. She was married to internationally famous writer Jorge Amado from 1945 until his death in 2001. Gattai was born in Sao Paulo city
May 7th 2017



El Bienamado
El Bienamado, is a Mexican Telenovela produced by Nicandro Diaz Gonzalez for Televisa. It is an adaptation of the Brazilian telenovela written by Dias
May 22nd 2017



Dona Flor and Her Two Husbands (novel)
(Portuguese: Dona Flor e Seus Dois Maridos) is a Brazilian novel, written by Jorge Amado in 1966 and published in English in 1969. The novel has been adapted
Sep 8th 2016



Gabriela, Clove and Cinnamon
two[clarification needed] Brazilian Modernist novels. It was written by Jorge Amado in 1958 and published in English in 1962. It is widely considered one
May 8th 2017



Pen, Sword, Camisole
Camisola de Dormir) is a Brazilian Modernist novel. It was written by Jorge Amado in 1979. It was published in English in 1985, with a translation by Helen
Apr 10th 2016



Coasting (memoir)
memorias que jamais escreverei) is a memoir by the Brazilian writer Jorge Amado. Coasting is not an autobiography, more of a series of recollections
Nov 1st 2016



J. Amado Araneta
J. Araneta Amado Araneta was a Filipino businessman and prominent member of the Araneta family. He was initially involved in sugar plantations, but invested in
May 5th 2017



Tereza Batista: Home from the Wars
Jorge Amado in 1972 and was published in English in 1975, with a translation by Barbara Shelby. Tereza Batista: Home from the Wars is one of Jorge Amado's
Jan 19th 2017



Bahia de Todos-os-santos (book)
streets and mysteries of Salvador) is a book by the Brazilian writer, Jorge Amado, first published in Portuguese in 1945. It has not yet been published
Dec 27th 2015



Tent of Miracles (novel)
''Tenda dos Milagres'') is a Brazilian Modernist novel. It was written by Jorge Amado in 1967 and published the following year. It was later adapted to a 1977
Dec 27th 2015



The ABC of Castro Alves
Castro Alves) is a biography of a famous Brazilian poet, written by Jorge Amado and first published in 1941. There is no English version. Antonio Frederico
Apr 10th 2016



Ilhéus
city many BrazilianBrazilian and foreign tourists. Ilheus is the hometown of Jorge Amado, the best known and most popular writer in Brazil. He wrote over 25 novels
Mar 5th 2017



Jorge Argueta
Jorge Argueta (born in El Salvador and a Pipil Nahua Indian) is a Salvadorian award-winning poet and author of many highly acclaimed bilingual children’s
Jan 14th 2017



Tieta (telenovela)
aired on Rede Globo, which is based on Tieta do Agreste, a 1977 novel by Jorge Amado. The telenovela was shot at Mangue Seco, making the place famous. Betty
May 10th 2017



Amado Boudou
[1] Amado Boudou (Spanish pronunciation: [aˈmaoo βuˈou]; born 19 November 1962) is an Argentine businessman and government policy maker who served as the
May 25th 2017



Senhor (magazine)
Otto Lara Resende, Carlos Heitor Cony, Graciliano Ramos, Rubem Braga Jorge Amado and Carlos Drummond de Andrade. Senhor's target audience was the Brazilian
Feb 19th 2017



Jubiabá (film)
by Nelson Pereira dos Santos. Based on the novel of the same name by Jorge Amado, it stars Charles Baiano and Francoise Goussard as two lovers. The
Nov 4th 2014



Otávio Mangabeira
of Letters from 1930 until his death in 1960, when was succeeded by Jorge Amado. Brother of the medical doctor and poet Francisco Mangabeira, and also
Aug 22nd 2016



Tent of Miracles
Tent of Miracles may refer to: Tent of Miracles (album), by the band Spirit Tent of Miracles (novel), by Jorge Amado
Nov 26th 2012



1935 in Brazil
Municipal de Sao-PauloSao Paulo), with Andrade as founding director. Jorge Amado - Jubiaba Tatsuzō Ishikawa - Sōbō Erico Verissimo - A Vida de Joana D'Arc
May 13th 2017



Roberto Maidana
Federico Fellini, Vittorio Gassman, Jorge Luis Borges, Juan Rulfo, Jorge Amado, Luis Federico Leloir, Bernardo Houssay, Wernher von Braun, Pele, Cassius
Mar 28th 2016



Gabriela (1975 telenovela)
is a 1975 Brazilian telenovela based on the novel of the same name by Jorge Amado, starring Sonia Braga in the title role. A remake was produced and aired
Apr 26th 2017



Golden Harvest
Golden Harvest The Golden Harvest, a 1944 novel by Brazilian author Jorge Amado Golden Harvest (band), a New Zealand band Golden Harvest (album), the
Jun 4th 2016



Cacau (disambiguation)
Brazilian-born German football striker Cacau (novel), by Brazilian writer Jorge Amado Cocoa (disambiguation) Cacao (disambiguation) Cacau Protasio (born 1975)
Sep 21st 2016





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