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Prologue by Nestor Victor (1868 — 1932). 

transcribed at
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Title Ultimos Sonetos
Publisher

Aillaud & Cia

Year of publication

Place of publication

Rio de Janeiro

Language

Portuguese

Source

Google Books

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  • Is a general work (book, magazine, journal, report etc.) and
  • It was first published in Brazil (and not published in the U.S. within 30 days) and
  • It was in the public domain in Brazil on the URAA date (January 1, 1996) because
  • Its author died before January 1, 1936.

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current00:45, 8 November 2010Thumbnail for version as of 00:45, 8 November 2010739 × 1,090, 216 pages (3.78 MB)Giro720 (talk | contribs){{Information |Description= {{en|''Ultimos Sonetos'', by Cruz e Sousa. Rio de Janeiro: Aillaud & Cia. 1905. Prologue by Nestor Victor (1868 — 1932).}} {{pt|''Ultimos Sonetos'', de Cruz e Sousa. Rio de Janeiro: Aillaud & Cia. 1905.
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