List of Portuguese language poets

The following is a list of famous or notable Portuguese language poets:

Portugal

* Afonso Sanches
* Al Berto
* Alberto de Lacerda
* Alberto Pimenta
* Alexandre O'Neill
* Almada Negreiros
* Alexandre Pinheiro Torres
* Alexandre Vargas
* Almeida Garrett
* Ana Hatherly
* Antero de Quental
* António Aleixo
* António Aragão
* António Barahona da Fonseca
* António Diniz da Cruz e Silva
* António Duarte Gomes Leal
* António Feijó
* António Ferreira
* António Franco Alexandre
* António Gancho
* António Gedeão
* António José Forte
* António Luís Moita
* António Manuel Couto Viana
* António Maria Lisboa
* António Nobre
* António Quadros
* António Ramos Rosa (1924)
* António Reis
* António Ribeiro Chiado
* António Sousa Freitas
* António Torrado
* Arlete Argente Guerreiro
* Armando Silva Carvalho
* Armindo Rodrigues
* Arnaldo Saraiva
* Ary dos Santos
* Augusto Gil
* Barbosa Campos
* Bernardim Ribeiro
* Caetano da Costa Alegre
* Camilo Pessanha
* Carlos Eurico da Costa
* Carlos de Oliveira
* Casimiro de Brito
* Cesário Verde
* Christovão Falcão
* Cláudia de Campos
* Cristóvam Pavia
* Daniel Filipe
* David Mourão-Ferreira
* King Denis of Portugal
* Dórdio Guimarães
* Eduardo Guerra Carneiro
* Egito Gonçalves
* E. M. de Melo e Castro
* Eugénio de Andrade
* F. Marques
* F. J. B. Martinho
* Fernanda Botelho
* Fernanda de Castro
* Fernanda Seno
* Fernando Assis Pacheco
* Fernando Grade
* Fernando Guedes
* Fernando Guimarães
* Fernando Lemos
* Fernando Pessoa
* Fiama Hasse Pais Brandão
* Florbela Espanca
* Francisco Manoel de Nascimento, aka Filinto Elysio
* Francisco Rodrigues Lobo
* Francisco de Sá de Miranda (1481-1558)
* Garcia de Resende
* Gastão Cruz
* Gil Vicente
* Gonçalo Anes
* Guerra Junqueiro
* Gui² & Lucas
* Helder Macedo
* Herberto Helder
* Ibn Al-Murahal
* Ibn Bassam
* Ivete Centeno
* Jaime Salazar Sampaio
* Jerónimo Corte-Real
* Joaquim Pessoa
* João Apolinário
* João de Deus
* João Garcia de Guilhade
* João José Cochofel
* João Penha
* João Pinto Delgado
* João Rui de Sousa
* João-Maria Nabais
* Jorge de Amorim
* Jorge de Sena
* Jorge Melícias
* José Agostinho Baptista
* José Agostinho de Macedo
* José Alberto Marques
* José António Camões
* José Augusto Seabra
* José Blanc de Portugal
* José Carlos Ary dos Santos
* José Carlos Gonzalez
* José dos Santos Ferreira
* José Gomes Ferreira
* José Régio
* José Saramago
* José Terra
* Judah Leon Abravanel
* Leonor de Almeida
* Liberto Cruz
* Luís Amaro
* Luís de Camões
* Luís Eusébio (1959-)
* Luís Pignatelli
* Luís Veiga Leitão
* Luiza Neto Jorge
* Manuel Alegre
* Manuel António Pina
* Manuel da Fonseca
* Manuel de Castro
* Manuel de Faria e Sousa
* Manuel Maria Barbosa du Bocage
* M. S. Fonseca
* Maria Alberta Menéres
* Maria Amália Vaz de Carvalho (1847-1921)
* Maria Amélia Neto
* Maria Tereza Horta
* Mário Cesariny de Vasconcelos
* Mário de Sá-Carneiro
* Matias de Lima
* Mendes de Carvalho
* Miguel Torga
* Natália Correia
* Nuno Guimarães
* Nuno Júdice
* Olga Gonçalves
* Orlando da Costa
* Pedro Correia Garção
* Pedro Homem de Mello (1904-1984)
* Pedro Tamen
* Raúl de Carvalho
* Reinaldo Ferreira
* Rui Knopfli
* Rui Miguel Saramago
* Ruy Belo
* Ruy Cinatti
* Salette Tavares
* Sebastião da Gama
* Sérgio Godinho
* Sidónio Muralha
* Sophia de Mello Breyner Andresen
* Tiago Tejo
* Tolentino Mendonça
* Vasco Costa Marques
* Vasco Graça Moura
* Vasco Miranda
* Vítor Matos e Sá
* Vitorino Nemésio
* Wanda Ramos
* Zeca Afonso

Brazil

* Adalgisa Nery
* Alberto de Oliveira
* Alphonsus de Guimaraens
* Alvarenga Peixoto
* Álvares de Azevedo
* Ana Cristina César
* Antônio Gonçalves Dias
* Antônio Vieira
* Ascânio Lopes
* Augusto de Lima
* Augusto dos Anjos
* Bernardo Guimarães
* Carlos Drummond de Andrade
* Casimiro de Abreu
* Castro Alves
* Cecília Meireles
* Cláudio Manoel Gonzaga
* Cora Coralina
* Cyro dos Anjos
* Dante Milano
* Fabrício Carpi Nejar
* Gilberto Mendonça Teles
* Gregório "Boca do Inferno" de Matos Guerra
* Haroldo de Campos
* Henriqueta Lisboa
* Hilda Hilst
* João Cabral de Melo Neto
* João da Cruz e Sousa
* Joaquim Maria Machado de Assis
* Jorge de Lima
* José de Santa Rita Durão
* Manuel Bandeira
* Manuel de Abreu
* Mário de Andrade
* Menotti del Picchia
* Murilo Mendes
* Olavo Bilac
* Oswald de Andrade
* Paulo Leminski
* Pedro Kilkerry
* Raimundo Corrêa
* Santa Rita Durão
* Vinicius de Moraes

Angola

* Agostinho Neto
* Alda Lara
* António Jacinto
* João Cândido Furtado
* José da Silva Maia Ferreira
* Maurício Gomez
* Ondjaki
* Pepetela
* Viriato da Cruz
* Tomaz Vieira Da Cruz

Mozambique

* Albino Magaia
* Armando Guebuza
* Eduardo Mondlane
* Eduardo White
* Eusébio Sanjane
* José Craveirinha
* Luís Bernardo Honwana
* Marcelino dos Santos
* Mia Couto
* Noémia de Sousa
* Sebastião Alba
* Teodomiro Leite de Vasconcelos
* Ungulani Ba Ka Khosa

Cape Verde

* Aguinaldo Fonseca
* Ana Júlia Monteiro Macedo Sança
* Antônio Mendes Cardoso
* Arménio Vieira
* Arnaldo França
* Daniel Felipe
* Jorge Barbosa
* Jorge Pedro Barbosa
* Osvaldo Alcântara
* Ovídio Martins
* Terencio Anahory
* Tomé Varela da Silva

Guinea-Bissau

* Abdulai Silá
* Filomena Embaló
* Vasco Cabral

São Tomé and Príncipe

* Alda do Espirito Santo
* Caetano da Costa Alegre
* Francisco José Tenreiro
* Maria Manuela Margarido
* Tomás Medeiros

Macau

* António Manuel Couto Viana
* Manuel Martins Gaspar Tomé
* José dos Santos Ferreira (Adé)

East Timor

* Crisódio T. Araújo
* Fernando Sylvan
* Jorge Barros Duarte
* Jorge Lauten
* Ruy Cinatti
* Francisco Borja da Costa

Goa (India)

* Adeodato Barreto
* Laximanrao Sardessai
* Vimala Devi

Malacca (Malaysia)

* Rosil de Costa

Galicia (Spain)

* Eduardo Blanco Amor
* Bernal de Bonaval
* Xohán de Cangas
* Luisa Castro
* Rosalía de Castro
* Martín Codax
* Álvaro Cunqueiro
* Manuel Curros Enríquez
* Celso Emilio Ferreiro
* Alejandro Finisterre
* Payo Gómez Chariño
* Miguel González Garcés
* Meendiño
* Eugenio Montes
* Xosé Neira Vilas
* Airas Nunes
* Eduardo Pondal
* Eladio Rodríguez
* Claudio Rodríguez Fer
* Ramón Sampedro
* Luis Seoane López
* Juan Tizón
* Benito Vicetto
* Xoán Vidal Martínez

ee also

* Portuguese language literature
* Portuguese literature
* Portuguese poetry
* Literature of Brazil
* List of Portuguese people
* List of poets

External links

* [http://www.instituto-camoes.pt Instituto Camões] - Instituto Camões in Portuguese.


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