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|Francisco Gomes de Amorim (18271891)|
|Gomes de Amorim, Francisco (gō'mes de ä-mö-rēn'). A Portuguese poet and romance-writer; born in Avelomar, Minho, Aug. 13, 1827, died at Lisbon (?), Nov. 4, 1891, not 1892. He has a European reputation as being in the first rank of modern Portuguese poets. Morning Songs and Ephemeros are the most celebrated of his poems. He also wrote plays and romances; among the latter, Love of Country may be mentioned.|