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Sousa Caldas Born Antônio Pereira de Sousa Caldas 24 November 1762(1762-11-24) Rio de Janeiro City, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Died 2 March 1814(1814-03-02) (aged 51) Rio de Janeiro City, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Occupation Orator, poet, priest Nationality Brazilian Alma mater University of Coimbra Literary movement Neoclassicism Notable work(s) Ode ao Homem Natural, Poesias Sacras e Profanas Influences Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Enlightenment Antônio Pereira de Sousa Caldas (November 24, 1762 — March 2, 1814) was a Brazilian poet, priest and orator, patron of the 34th chair of the Brazilian Academy of Letters. Life Sousa Caldas was born in 1762, to Portuguese merchant Luís Pereira de Sousa and Ana Maria de Sousa. Since he was a small boy, he had a vocation for Letters, and, with only 8 years old, he was sent to Lisbon, to live under the care of an uncle. With 16 years old, he ingressed in the University of Coimbra, where he learnt Mathematics and Canon law. In 1781, he was arrested by the Inquisition because of his ideals, influenced by the Enlightenment. Transferred to the convent of Rilhafoles, he was catechized for six months. After the catechism, he became a fully different person, discovering his sacerdotal vocation. However, he did not abandoned his philosophical and satirical poetry, writing the poem Ode ao Homem Natural in 1784. It is attributed to him the satire O Reino da Estupidez. After graduating in the Canon law course in 1789, he travelled to France and Genoa. In Genoa, he wrote the ode A Criação and abandoned the satirical poetry. In 1801, he returns to Rio de Janeiro in order to visit his mother, settling permanently in the town. During his final years in Rio, he wrote many letters for his friends, but only five of them exist today. He died in 1814. Works Ode ao Homem Natural (1784) A Criação (1790) Poesias Sacras e Profanas (anthology of poems compiled by Francisco de Borja Garção Stockler and published posthumously in 1820) External links Poems by Sousa Caldas at the official site of the Brazilian Academy of Letters (Portuguese) Sousa Caldas' biography at the official site of the Brazilian Academy of Letters (Portuguese) Poems by Sousa Caldas (Portuguese) Preceded by New creation Brazilian Academy of Letters - Patron of the 34th chair Succeeded by João Manuel Pereira da Silva (founder) Persondata Name Caldas, Sousa Alternative names Short description Date of birth November 24, 1762 Place of birth Rio de Janeiro City, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Date of death March 2, 1814 Place of death Rio de Janeiro City, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil