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OLIVEIRA, Manoel Botelho de, Brazilian poet, born in Bahia in 1636; died in 1711. Little is known of his life except that he was a nobleman of-the royal household, and graduated at the University of Coimbra. In 1705 a quarto volume of 340 pages was published in Lisbon containing the poetical works of Oliveira, with the title "Musica do Parnaso, divide em quatro coros de rimas pertuguezas, castelhanas, italianas e latinas, con seu descante cornice reduzido em duas comedias." This is a rare work and but little known, and if it has no great poetical merit, it has that of being recommended by the Academy of Lisbon, which declared the language of the part written in Portuguese to be classical.
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