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Aquilino Ribeiro

Portuguese novelist from the Twentieth Hundred years who was simply nominated for the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1960. His almost eighty novels consist of Terras do Demonstration, Estrada de Santiago, and A Grande Casa de Romarigaes. He joined exile in Paris due to his opposition towards the Portuguese monarchy. He came back to his indigenous Portugal towards the end from the 1910 Republican Trend. He compared the Estado Novo program. The government, subsequently, attempted to censor and ban a few of his books. The child of the priest, he was raised with three siblings. Each of his relationships — to Grete Tiedemann and Jeronima Dantas Machado — created a child. He was created in the same nation as writer Jose Saramago.

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