Author:Luís de Camões
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|Os Lusíadas.name is anglicized as Camoens; considered Portugal's greatest poet for his mastery of verse that has been compared to that of Homer, Virgil, Dante and Shakespeare; wrote a considerable amount of lyrical poetry and drama though is best remembered for his epic work|
- Camoens: The Lyricks (1884, edited and annotated by Richard Francis Burton) (transcription project: part I) (transcription project: part II)
- Amor é fogo que arde sem se ver
- Ah! minha Dinamene! Assim deixaste
- “Alma minha gentil, que te partiste” in Littell's Living Age, 149 (1921)
- “Em quanto quiz Fortuna que tivesse” in Littell's Living Age, 149 (1921)
- “"Eu cantarei de amor tao docemente"” in Littell's Living Age, 155 (1999)
- “"Na metade do Ceo subido ardia"” in Littell's Living Age, 155 (1999)
- “No mundo poucos annos, e cansados” in Littell's Living Age, 149 (1921)
- “"Que levas, cruel morte? Hum claro dia"” in Littell's Living Age, 155 (1999)
- The Lusiads (1572)
Works about Camões
- “The Life of Camões” by William Julius Mickle in his 1776 translation of The Lusiads.
- Camoens: His Life and His Lusiads. A commentary (1881, by Richard Francis Burton) (transcription project: volume 1) (transcription project: volume 2)
- “Luis Vaz de Camões,” in Catholic Encyclopedia, 1913.
On his works
Works by this author published before January 1, 1923 are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.