Cláudio Manuel da Costa

Fictional depiction of Cláudio Manuel da Costa Cláudio Manuel da Costa (June 4, 1729 – July 4, 1789) was a Brazilian poet and musician, considered to be the introducer of Neoclassicism in Brazil. He wrote under the pen name Glauceste Satúrnio, and his most famous work is the epic poem ''Vila Rica'', that tells the history of the homonymous city, nowadays called Ouro Preto.

He is the patron of the 8th chair of the Brazilian Academy of Letters. Provided by Wikipedia
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