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PINTO, Bento Teixeira (peen'-to), Brazilian poet, born in Pernambuco in the first half of the 16th century; died about 1610. He composed and published a poem in eight-line stanzas entitled " Prosopopda," dedicated to Jorge de Albuquerque Coelho (Rio Janeiro, 1601). This work, which had become extremely rare, was reprinted in 1872 by the librarian of the Rio Janeiro national and public library from the original copy, which was discovered in the library, where it had lain neglected. In 1601 he also published in Rio Janeiro a "Dia-logo sobre as grandezas do Brazil" and a "Narra-tivo de naufragio de Jorge Coelho em su viagem de Pernambuco sobre 5 navio Santo Antonio em 1565," republished in "Historia das tragedias marl-timas" (Rio Janeiro. 1852).
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