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|
- Amor é fogo que arde sem se ver
- Alma minha gentil, que te partiste
- Ah! minha Dinamene! Assim deixaste
- The Lusiads (1572)
- Poems, from the Portuguese of Luis de Camoens, translated by Percy Smythe, Viscount Strangford (1808).
- Camoens: The Lyricks, edited and annotated by Richard Francis Burton (1884), part 1 , part 2
- Dante, Petrarch, Camoens: CXXIV Sonnets, translated by Richard Garnett (1896)
- Com Amor a rosa, attributed
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) vol. 1 , vol. 2
On his works