Ana Cristina Cesar - great Brazilian poet.
Ana Cristina Cesar is seen by many as one of the most important writers of the 1970s. She was the daughter of an educated middle-class family in Rio de January . Education received abroad, specifically in London, where he made an exchange around the year 1969. Returning to Brazil began to devote himself to writing and translating, all with great influence of English and American literature who had access in the previous period. Among his most notable influences are Sylvia Plath and Katherine Mansfield.
Ana Cristina studied at PUC-Rio majoring in letters, and then went on a master's degree specializing in the communication area. He made a second master's degree in England, University of Essex, in literary theory and translation. He returned to Brazil and continued the work of translation. In 1983, at the age of just31 years Ana Cristina Cesar committed suicide by throwing himself from the window of his parents' apartment in Copacabana.
The Your Feet - (1982)
Unpublished and Scattered - (1985)
Select new (posthumous, edited by Armando Freitas Filho)