Adalgisa Nery (October 29, 1905 – June 7, 1980) was a Brazilian poet, journalist and politician. She was born in Rio de Janeiro as Adalgisa Maria Feliciana Noel Cancela Ferreira, the daughter of a civil servant. In 1922 she married Ismael Nery (1900–1934), a painter and poet who introduced Adalgisa to a circle of Brazilian artists and intellectuals that included Manuel Bandeira, Jorge de Lima and Murilo Mendes. The Nerys lived in Europe from 1927 to 1929, where they met the artist Marc Chagall and the Brazilian composer Heitor Villa-Lobos. Ismael died of tuberculosis in 1934, leaving Adalgisa with two sons.

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  • Adalgisa Maria Feliciana Noel Cancela Ferreira (Rio de Janeiro, 29 d'octubre de 1905—Rio de Janeiro, 7 de juny de 1980), més coneguda artísticament com Adalgisa Nery, fou una poeta, activista i periodista brasilera. (ca)
  • Adalgisa Nery, eigentlich Adalgisa Maria Feliciana Noel Cancela Ferreira (* 29. Mai 1905 in Rio de Janeiro; † 7. Juni 1980 ebenda) war eine brasilianische Schriftstellerin, Journalistin, Politikerin und Muse. Sie gilt als eine der bedeutendsten brasilianischen Schriftstellerinnen des 20. Jahrhunderts. (de)
  • Adalgisa María Feliciana Noel Cancela Ferreira (Río de Janeiro, 29 de octubre de 1905 — Río de Janeiro, 7 de junio de 1980), más conocida artísticamente como Adalgisa Nery, fue una poeta,​ activista, y periodista brasileña.​ (es)
  • Adalgisa Nery (October 29, 1905 – June 7, 1980) was a Brazilian poet, journalist and politician. She was born in Rio de Janeiro as Adalgisa Maria Feliciana Noel Cancela Ferreira, the daughter of a civil servant. In 1922 she married Ismael Nery (1900–1934), a painter and poet who introduced Adalgisa to a circle of Brazilian artists and intellectuals that included Manuel Bandeira, Jorge de Lima and Murilo Mendes. The Nerys lived in Europe from 1927 to 1929, where they met the artist Marc Chagall and the Brazilian composer Heitor Villa-Lobos. Ismael died of tuberculosis in 1934, leaving Adalgisa with two sons. Nery began to publish poetry and fiction after her first husband's death. Her first book, Poemas, published in 1937, received critical acclaim, and she wrote short stories and magazine articles. Although the poet Murilo Mendes had proposed marriage to Nery in the late 1930s, she married in 1940 Lourival Fontes (1899–1967), director general of the (DIP). In the dictatorship ("Estado Novo") of Getúlio Vargas, the DIP was in charge of censorship. Nery assisted the DIP as a social director and public relations officer. When Fontes was named Brazilian ambassador to Mexico in 1944, Nery accompanied him and met Diego Rivera (who painted Nery's portrait), Frida Kahlo, José Clemente Orozco and David Alfaro Siqueiros. After Nery and Fontes separated in 1953, Nery began the political phase of her career. As a columnist for the Rio de Janeiro newspaper Última Hora from 1954 to 1966, she advocated socialism and Brazilian nationalism. The success of her newspaper column helped Nery to be elected as a member of the constituent assembly for Guanabara State (now the city of Rio de Janeiro) in 1960 for the Brazilian Socialist Party (PSB). Nery distinguished herself in the state legislature for her opposition to Guanabara Governor Carlos Lacerda and her high ethical standards. She was reelected to the state legislature in 1962 and 1966. After the military regime banned political parties in 1965, Nery joined the Brazilian Democratic Movement (MDB), which was the official opposition to the military regime. In 1969, the military junta then governing Brazil ended Nery's mandate and stripped her of the right to run for office or vote for 10 years. Nery spent the last years of her life in increasing depression and seclusion. She died in a retirement home in Rio de Janeiro. Various short stories and poems by Nery have been translated into English, French, German and Italian. (en)
  • Adalgisa María Feliciana Noel Annule Ferreira, plus connue sous le nom de Adalgisa Nery, née à Rio de Janeiro, le 29 octobre 1905 , et morte à Rio de Janeiro, le 7 juin 1980, est une poétesse, militante, et journaliste brésilienne. (fr)
  • Adalgisa Nery, nata Adalgisa Maria Feliciana Noel Cancela Ferreira (Rio de Janeiro, 29 ottobre 1905 – Rio de Janeiro, 7 giugno 1980), è stata una poetessa, giornalista e politica brasiliana. (it)
  • Adalgisa Maria Feliciana Noel Cancela Ferreira (Rio de Janeiro, DF, 29 de outubro de 1905 — Rio de Janeiro, RJ, 7 de junho de 1980), mais conhecida como Adalgisa Nery, foi uma poetisa modernista e jornalista brasileira, mais conhecida por suas obras Ar do Deserto, de 1943, Mundos Oscilantes publicado entre 1937 e 1952, e A Imaginária, de 1959. (pt)
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  • Adalgisa Maria Feliciana Noel Cancela Ferreira (Rio de Janeiro, 29 d'octubre de 1905—Rio de Janeiro, 7 de juny de 1980), més coneguda artísticament com Adalgisa Nery, fou una poeta, activista i periodista brasilera. (ca)
  • Adalgisa Nery, eigentlich Adalgisa Maria Feliciana Noel Cancela Ferreira (* 29. Mai 1905 in Rio de Janeiro; † 7. Juni 1980 ebenda) war eine brasilianische Schriftstellerin, Journalistin, Politikerin und Muse. Sie gilt als eine der bedeutendsten brasilianischen Schriftstellerinnen des 20. Jahrhunderts. (de)
  • Adalgisa María Feliciana Noel Cancela Ferreira (Río de Janeiro, 29 de octubre de 1905 — Río de Janeiro, 7 de junio de 1980), más conocida artísticamente como Adalgisa Nery, fue una poeta,​ activista, y periodista brasileña.​ (es)
  • Adalgisa María Feliciana Noel Annule Ferreira, plus connue sous le nom de Adalgisa Nery, née à Rio de Janeiro, le 29 octobre 1905 , et morte à Rio de Janeiro, le 7 juin 1980, est une poétesse, militante, et journaliste brésilienne. (fr)
  • Adalgisa Nery, nata Adalgisa Maria Feliciana Noel Cancela Ferreira (Rio de Janeiro, 29 ottobre 1905 – Rio de Janeiro, 7 giugno 1980), è stata una poetessa, giornalista e politica brasiliana. (it)
  • Adalgisa Maria Feliciana Noel Cancela Ferreira (Rio de Janeiro, DF, 29 de outubro de 1905 — Rio de Janeiro, RJ, 7 de junho de 1980), mais conhecida como Adalgisa Nery, foi uma poetisa modernista e jornalista brasileira, mais conhecida por suas obras Ar do Deserto, de 1943, Mundos Oscilantes publicado entre 1937 e 1952, e A Imaginária, de 1959. (pt)
  • Adalgisa Nery (October 29, 1905 – June 7, 1980) was a Brazilian poet, journalist and politician. She was born in Rio de Janeiro as Adalgisa Maria Feliciana Noel Cancela Ferreira, the daughter of a civil servant. In 1922 she married Ismael Nery (1900–1934), a painter and poet who introduced Adalgisa to a circle of Brazilian artists and intellectuals that included Manuel Bandeira, Jorge de Lima and Murilo Mendes. The Nerys lived in Europe from 1927 to 1929, where they met the artist Marc Chagall and the Brazilian composer Heitor Villa-Lobos. Ismael died of tuberculosis in 1934, leaving Adalgisa with two sons. (en)
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