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Nélida Piñon

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Nélida Piñon
Nélida Piñon

Nélida Piñon (born May 3, 1937) is a Brazilian author and professor. She is a recipient of the FIL Award.Studied at Santo Amaro

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Life

Piñon was born in 1937 in Rio de Janeiro of Galician immigrants.

Her first novel was Guia-Mapa de Gabriel Arcanjo (The Guidebook of Archangel Gabriel), written in 1961, it concerns a protagonist discussing Christian doctrine with her guardian angel. In the 1970s she became noted for erotic novels A casa de paixão (The House of Passion) and A força do destino (The Force of Destiny), written in 1977.

In 1984 she perhaps had her greatest success with A Republica dos Sonhos, English translation The Republic of Dreams. The work involves generations of a family from Galicia who emigrated to Brazil. This relates to her own family's experience.

Among other distinctions, Piñon was awarded the 1995 FIL Award and the 2005 Prince of Asturias Award for literature. She also was President of Academia Brasileira de Letras (Brazilian Academy of Letters) from 1996 to 1997, and occupied the José Bonifácio Chair of Iberoamerican Affairs of the University of São Paulo in 2015.

Books

  • Guia-Mapa de Gabriel Arcanjo (The Guidebook of Gabriel Arcanjo) (1961)
  • Fundador (Founders) (pre-1971)
  • A Casa da Paixão (The House of Passion) (1972)
  • A força do destino (The Force of Destiny) (1977)
  • The Republic of Dreams, tr. Helen Lane, University of Texas Press (1991), ISBN 0-292-77050-2
  • A doce cançao de Caetana (The Sweet Song of Caetana) (1987)

Short stories

  • I love my husband.
  • Big-Bellied Cow
  • O Pão de Cada Dia

Awards

Further reading

External links

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