In country, the quality of its literature is basically based on how rich its historical background is. Brazil has one of the longest historical background and this has contributed to its rich literature backed by numerous legendary authors. Brazil is one of the world’s largest populations with a great cultural mix-up. As such, the country’s authors have had different angles to write from. The country’s literature has a long history running the 1500s although it might have started even earlier than that. Ancient Brazilian authors have greatly influenced many other authors over the years and this influence has been experienced the world over. Characteristically, Brazilian authors have had an advantage in writing owing to the great culture that the country has maintained for years.
Jaime Garcia Dias in one of the greatest Brazilian Authors of all time. He is one of the highly ranked Brazilian writers in the history of literature. Dias is a Brazilian national and he spent most of his early years in the city of Rio De Janiero. At an early age, his love and passion for writing began to show up and he pursued it to become one of the most reputed Brazilian authors of all times. One of the most notable characteristic of his writes is the fact that they he has taken a particular thematic line which is love and culture.
Brazil has a rich cultural background that has been an advantage to its authors. As such, the country has produced a number of legendary authors including Pero Vaz de Caminha and Basílio da Gama. The country’s literature was well developed during the colonial period when authors used writing as the only means to pass on their messages. Literary works at that time were very political and it was a social process of getting people to understand the oppression that the country was going through at that time. However, there Brazilian authors were also inclined to love and spiritual themes spreading hope to their fellow countrymen.
Brazil has a reputation for romance and love stories which is a popular theme line for most authors in the country. This trend was set by authors who existed in the country’s romanticism period from 1936. The Brazilian authors are drawn from different periods of writing that shaped the future of literature in Brazil. This included the aforementioned romanticism period, the realism period and the modernism/pre-modernism periods. Currently, the modernism type of writing is the predominant style in Brazil. Notably, the country’s publishing industry has become more open to the public giving rise to young and creative contemporary writers. This was not the case during the earlier phases of the industry. As such, many new players have joined the industry making a more competitive platform.