High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Rachel de Queiroz
(November 17, 1910 - November 4, 2003) was a Brazilian author and
journalist. She began her career in journalism in 1927 and entered
the literary world with the novel O Quinze in 1930. It was recently
made into a film. In 1964 she became Brazil's representative to the
UN and in 1977 she became the first woman writer to enter the
Academia Brasileira de Letras. She won the Cames Prize (1993) and
the Prmio Jabuti. She died of heart disease in her apartment at Rio
de Janeiro about two weeks before her 93rd birthday.
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