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Yvonne Maggie

was born Mário Raul de Morais Andrade in São Paulo on 9 October 1893 and died in the same city, at the age of 51, on 25 February 1945. His father Carlos Augusto de Andrade, held various jobs throughout his life, including stints as a typographer, a bookkeeper, clerk, bank manager, and merchant, while also showing a penchant for writing, as a journalist and a playwright, which gained him some notoriety in São Paulo. In 1879 he created the Folha da Tarde, São Paulo’s first evening newspaper. Mário’s mother, Maria Luísa de Almeida Leite Moraes de Andrade, came from an affluent family. His maternal grandfather, an important politician and professor of the renowned Faculdade de Direito de São Paulo (São Paulo Law School), served as president of Goiás Province in 1881.

Andrade did not inherit capital or gain wealth during his lifetime His only property was a ...

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Kendy Vérilus

was born in Port-au-Prince on 29 November 1933. He attended elementary and secondary school from 1939 to 1952 at the noted Institution Saint-Louis de Gonzague and completed his études classiques at the École Normale Supérieure, graduating in 1955. That same year he was admitted to the École de Droit (which became later Faculté de Droit et des Sciences Économiques— FDSE) of the Université d’Etat d’Haïti. Lerebours received his bachelor’s degree in 1958 and became a founding member of the cultural journal Coumbite. In 1957, a keen interest in theater compelled him to join the Société Nationale d’Art Dramatique, of which he remained a member until 1960. That year, he received a scholarship to study in France and enrolled at the Faculté des Lettres et des Sciences Humaines, where he became affiliated with the Institut d’Art et d’Archéologie. In 1962 he obtained a bachelor s ...