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Pages: 74. Chapters: Brazilian folklore, Brazilian literature,
Fictional Brazilian people, Monica's Gang, Jose Carioca, Creature
from the Black Lagoon, Sunspot, Sitio do Picapau Amarelo, Nikki and
Paulo, Fire, Eddy Gordo, The Lost World, Cuco, Literature of
Brazil, Blanka, Academia Catarinense de Letras, Saci, Academia
Brasileira de Letras, Afro-Brazilian literature, Monica Teen, Blame
It on Lisa, Mauricio de Sousa, Brazilian mythology, Jimmy Five,
Cangaco, Maggy, Lampiao, Smudge, Mani, Pauliceia Desvairada, Lazlo,
Chuck Billy 'n' Folks, Blu, Bug-a-Booo, Antonio das Mortes, Uma
Aventura no Tempo, Lionel's Kingdom, Encantado, A Deusa Vencida,
Mapinguari, The Tribe, Indianism, Iara, Carranca, Tina's Pals,
Yacumama, Cordel literature, Curupira, Ultra-Romanticism, Lord
Fanny, Horacio's World, The Cavern Clan, Condorism, The Funnies,
Parintins Folklore Festival, Caramuru, Muiraquita, Historia
Naturalis Brasiliae, Romaozinho, Poesia concreta, Carta de Pero Vaz
de Caminha, Manifesto Antropofago, Midnight Beauty, Ana Jansen's
Carriage, Ronaldinho Gaucho, A Capital Federal, Rosicreide.
Excerpt: Monica's Gang (originally titled Turma da Monica in
Portuguese) is a popular Brazilian comic book series. The series
was created by Mauricio de Sousa, who signs his work as "Mauricio."
Plots are centered on the adventures of a group of seven-year-old
friends in the fictional neighborhood of "Limoeiro" in Sao Paulo.
The neighborhood was inspired by the neighborhood of Cambui, in
Campinas and the city of Mogi das Cruzes, where de Sousa lived his
childhood. Mauricio began his comic universe in 1959 with a
newspaper comic strip titled Bidu, printed on Folha da Manha, the
newspaper where Mauricio worked as police reporter. Cebolinha
followed in 1960. The character Monica first saw the light of day
in 1963. Comic books featuring the characters started appearing...
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