ISSUE 32 – March 2022

Editorial against the war.

The 32nd issue of The Brasilia Review is the first to feature all Brazilian writers — poets of the 19th century in new English translations.



Epitaph of Mexico by Machado de Assis

     “Before the astonished universe / The combat opened itself”

If I would die tomorrow! by Álvares de Azevedo

     “The sorrow in my breast would fall mute”

Song of Exile by Gonçalves Dias

     “My homeland has a perfect beauty”

Dread by Junqueira Freire

     “Let each hide within the bosom of the other”

The Orgy of the Ghouls by Bernardo Guimarães

     “Midnight sounded in the forest”