Andrade, Mário de

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Andrade, Mário de

(ändrä`thā), 1893–1945, Brazilian author. Through his fiction, poetry, and wide-ranging essays, Andrade became a leading representative of Brazilian modernismomodernismo
, movement in Spanish literature that had its beginning in Latin America. It was paramount in the last decade of the 19th cent. and the first decade of the 20th cent.

Modernismo derived from French symbolism and the Parnassian school.
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. Macunaíma (1928, tr. 1984), his most important novel, is marked by colloquial and innovative language and anticipates the rise of magical realism in Latin American literature. Andrade's work shows the influence of Freud and surrealism. At the same time he stressed the need for Brazilian writers to draw on their own national heritage.
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The ambassador further noted that since 1961, the two countries had established relations, when his country hosted the summit of leaders of liberation movements in former Portuguese colonies in which Angola was represented by Mario Pinto de Andrade, one of the founding members of the ruling MPLA party.