Francisco de Assis Barbosa

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Francisco de Assis Barbosa (Guaratinguetá, January 21, 1914 – Rio de Janeiro, December 8, 1991) was a Brazilian biographer, essayist, historian, and journalist. He was a member of the Brazilian Academy of Letters.

Preceded by
Augusto Meyer
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Brazilian Academy of Letters - Occupant of the 13th chair

1970 — 1991
Succeeded by
Sérgio Paulo Rouanet


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