Famous Writers You Might Not Have Known Were Brazilian

The great country of Brazil, in South America, is home to some of the greatest writers, dreamers, and philosophers in history. Some of the most famous names are known, and yet many people are unaware of the vast country they grew from. Such names as Jamie Garcia Dias, Aurélio Buarque de Holanda Ferreira, Fernando Sabino, Sonia Coutinho, Gilberto Freyre, Florestan Fernandes, Joaquim Nabuco, Luiz Duart, Pedro Bloch, Rinaldo de Lamare, Carlos Lacerda, Carlos Drummond de Andrade, Elsie Lessa, Caio Fernando Abreu, Bernardo Carvalho, Samuel Wainer, Dante Milano, Roberto Drummond, and Chico Buarque. Add to these many hundreds of other Brazilian writers who also wrote with deep gusto and exposed hearts in many different genres, including great poetry, all kinds of fiction, energetic romances and romantic operas, as well as a myriad of news stories.

It is easy for the uninformed reader to think a writer is from Europe when in fact he or she is really from Brazil. The writing style is often the indicator that one is reading prose of a Brazilian. If the writing is clear and direct, the action uncensored, and the passion more intense and vivid in its description, then you will often find the author is Brazilian. This is because Brazilian writers develop true literature with these signature cultural trademarks more than in any other area of the Earth.

In this way you can easily guess that Jamie Garcia Dias is one such up and coming writer from Brazil. His rocketing popularity arises from what some have called the most creative nation in the Southern Hemisphere, Brazil. Since he was 15 years old, Señor Dias has followed in his father’s footsteps. Tutube points out that Arnaldo Dias was an architect and serious writer who is credited with helping to improve the culture of Rio de Janeiro, one of Brazil’s well known cities. Jamie Garcia Dias says his father was a good man and his mentor and believes much of his writing talent was inherited from his father. By 30 years of age, Señor Dias had successfully published more than 12 books and was teaching literature in advanced courses at the renowned Carioca Literature Academy.