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The Portuguese poet Eugénio de Andrade, pseudonym of José Fontinhas, is revered as one of the leading names in contemporary Portuguese poetry.
His poetry is most striking for the depth of his short poems. One of Eugénio de Andrade's most known poems is his Poem to Mother.
In 2001, he received the Portuguese award Prémio Camões.

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“Às vezes sinto-me tão desesperado que me sento a escrever como quem chora”.

Eugénio de Andrade”
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