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Abílio Manuel Guerra Junqueiro (, 17 September 1850 – 7 July 1923) was a Portuguese top civil servant, member of the Portuguese House of Representatives, journalist, author, and poet. His work helped inspire the creation of the Portuguese First Republic. Junqueiro wrote highly satiric poems criticizing conservatism, romanticism, and the Church leading up to the Portuguese Revolution of 1910. He was one of Europe's greatest poets. Junqueiro studied law at the University of Coimbra.

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by Junqueiro, Guerra, 1850-1923
Lisboa : A. M. Pereira, 1907
 
 
by Junqueiro, Guerra, 1850-1923
Porto : Livraria Chardron, de Lelo & Irmão, 1921
 
 
by Junqueiro, Guerra, 1850-1923
Vianna do Castello : Joao Baptista Domingues, 1892
 
 
by Junqueiro, Guerra, 1850-1923
Porto : Livraria Chardron, de Lélo & irmão, 1.da; [etc., etc.], 1920
 
 
by Junqueiro, Guerra, 1850-1923
Porto : Livraria Chardron, de Lélo & irmão, l.da., 1924
 
 
by Junqueiro, Guerra, 1850-1923
Lisboa : Livraria de Antonio Maria Pereira, 1887
 
 
by Junqueiro, Guerra, 1850-1923
Porto : Alvarim Pimenta e Joaquim Antunes Leitão, 1885
 
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