A school of poets had arisen of which camoens was to be the crown.
You are right; but how can you like camoens so much if you do not know Portuguese?
As with camoens, imprisonments and exile contributed to make Manuel de Mello a great writer.
It proved to be camoens, and he told me he was translating the Portuguese poet.
Is it the hero's fault if self and snowdrop-singing poetasters cannot see this feat with the eyes of camoens?
camoens, who was the epic poet of Portugal, was born in Lisbon in 1524.
Later, Burton sent Payne other camoens sonnets to look over.
Portugal has given us camoens, with his great poem the "Luciad."
In 1867 a statue was erected to camoens by the city of Lisbon.
After sixteen years of misfortune abroad, camoens returned to Lisbon in 1569.