De Azevedo Aluiziu( Brazilian writer)
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Azevedo, ALUIZIU DE (Azevedo, Aluzio de) (1857-1913), Brazilian writer. By profession a diplomat. In his youth was influenced by romanticism, but in the novel mulatto (O mula-to, 1881) declared itself as the first in Brazil, an adherent of the French naturalism. Being romantic in the descriptions, followed by E. Zola in an objective and detailed elaboration of the theme of race relations in his home state of Maranhao. In his best novel Slums (O cortio, . 1890) Azevedo brush impressionist depicts the struggle for existence in the slums of Rio de Janeiro and cozy, . but sadly lacks spirituality, life in the mansions of the middle class, . demonstrating a deep knowledge of Brazilian reality,
. In the slums, . as in his other novels - Hostel (A casa de pensao, . 1884), . Man (O homem, . 1887), . - Strong by his side is not a psychological analysis, . but the social reality, . accuracy in detail, . identifying not only individual, . as typical in the behavior of characters,
. Novels Azevedo form a broad and colorful panorama of Brazilian life in the late 19. Azevedo died in Buenos Aires on January 21, 1913.