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Maria Teresa Mascarenhas Horta (born May 20, 1937, Lisbon) is a Portuguese feminist poet, journalist and activist. She is bachelor in the Universidade de Lisboa and she has worked as a journalist. She took part of the Portuguese Feminist Movement with Maria Isabel Barreno and Maria Velho da Costa (the Three Marias) and was a member of the Poesia 61 group. Her writing has been published in such journals as Diário de Lisboa, A Capital, República, O Século, Diário de Notícias and Jornal de Letras e Artes, and she has been editor in chief of Mulheres magazine.

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  • Орта, Мария Тереза
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  • Maria Teresa Mascarenhas Horta (Lisboa, 20 de mayo de 1937) es una escritora y periodista portuguesa.
  • Maria Teresa Horta, née le 20 mai 1937 à Lisbonne, est une écrivaine et poétesse portugaise.
  • Ha studiato Lettere e Filosofia presso l'Università di Lisbona e fa parte del Movimento Femminista del Portogallo con le scrittrici Maria Isabel Barreno e Maria Velho da Costa. Ha collaborato con varie riviste, tra cui spiccano Poesia 61 e Il diario di Lisbona.
  • Maria Teresa de Mascarenhas Horta Barros GOIH (Lisboa, 20 de maio de 1937) é uma escritora, jornalista e poetisa portuguesa.
  • Мария Тереза Орта (порт. Maria Teresa Mascarenhas Horta, 20 мая 1937, Лиссабон) — португальская писательница, деятельница феминистского движения.
  • Maria Teresa Mascarenhas Horta (born May 20, 1937, Lisbon) is a Portuguese feminist poet, journalist and activist. She is bachelor in the Universidade de Lisboa and she has worked as a journalist. She took part of the Portuguese Feminist Movement with Maria Isabel Barreno and Maria Velho da Costa (the Three Marias) and was a member of the Poesia 61 group. Her writing has been published in such journals as Diário de Lisboa, A Capital, República, O Século, Diário de Notícias and Jornal de Letras e Artes, and she has been editor in chief of Mulheres magazine.
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