Jorge Amado

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Jorge Amado
Jorge Amado, 1972.tif
Sexo mascule
Nascentia 1912-08-10 (Itabuna)
Decesso 2001-08-06 (Salvador)
Citatania Brasil
Educate in Federal University of Rio de Janeiro Faculty of Law[*]
Occupation scriptor, jornalista[*], poeta[*], romancero[*], lawyer[*], scriptor de scientia-fiction[*], politico[*], scenarista[*]
Obras notabile Gabriela, Clove and Cinnamon[*], Dona Flor and Her Two Husbands[*], Tieta[*], Captains of the Sands[*], Tereza Batista: Home from the Wars[*]
Religion atheismo
Conjuge Zélia Gattai[*]
Fratres/sorores James Amado[*]
Premios Camões Prize[*], Prix mondial Cino Del Duca[*], Lenin Peace Prize[*], International Stalin Prize for Peace[*], International Nonino Prize[*], Ordem do Mérito Cultural[*], Grand Officer of the Order of Prince Henry[*], Grand Officer of the Military Order of Saint James of the Sword[*], honorary doctor of the University of Brasília[*], honorary doctor of the University of Padua[*], Meritorious Citizen of the Freedom and Social Justice João Mangabeira (CBJM)[*], English Wikipedia[*]
Lingua Lingua portugese
Signatura Jorge Amado Signature.jpg
Sito http://www.jorgeamado.org.br
Identificatores
ISNI 0000 0001 2096 8252
VIAF 108732513
IMDB nm0023764
Commons Jorge Amado

Jorge Amado (Itabuna, 10 de augusto 1912 - Salvador de Bahia 6 de augusto 2001) era un scriptor brasilian cuje romances include Gabriela, Cravo e Canela ("Gabriela, Clavo e Cannella") e Dona Flor e Seus Dois Maridos ("Dona Flor e Su Duo Maritos").

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