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Born in Salvador, on September 4, 1870, and his parents Francisco Moniz Barreto de Aragão and Ana Lacerda Moniz de Aragao.
He began his studies with a precepetora of Swiss nationality, and continued in San Jose Colleges and Marquis of Santa Cruz.
He joined the Faculty of Medicine of Bahia, by which he graduated in 1895.
In the same year, 1895, entered the Gymnasium of Bahia, where she taught French (language which was deeply knowledgeable), English and German. In 1900, he won the chair of German.
As a student, he founded two journals: "Academic Journal" and "Renaissance," where he gave vent to the literary and poetic vein.
In 1911, he joined, after a brilliant contest, the faculty of the School of Medicine of Bahia, as Extraordinary Professor of Medical Natural History. Passed the substitute teacher in the same discipline in 1924. He taught for many years in the Pharmacy course, attached to the college.
He was elected state representative in 1921 and 1923.
Besides being a doctor, was respected linguist, journalist, man of letters, historian, educator, and above all, a poet.
In the wake of the letters, used the pseudonym for Pethion Villar. In the "Daily News" column had a humanistic, under the pseudonym Diavolina.
He was a founder of the Academy of Letters of Bahia.
As a man of science, was part of numerous scientific institutions, and stout bibliography published in journals in Brazil and abroad.
He undertook several trips to Europe and the Old World, disclosed the Brazilian literature.
Loureiro de Souza says: "A great poet, no doubt. His verses, inspired and perfect, have "the majesty of the Brazilian forests" - as I said Remy de Gourmont, it added, with great accuracy, and with unabashed enthusiasm, Phileas Lebesgue, "verses of the prestigious originality, have the American flavor, that something Hindu, ramayanesco fits most bizarrely energetic pride of the West "(3).
Among his poems, highlight "Eternal Incognita," "Impromptu," "A Tape Loop," "postcard", and others.
Died at age 54 in Salvador, in the same house where he was born.
1. Góes de Araújo, Antonio Paulo Villar-Pethion. Available at http:// www.jornaldepoesia.jor.br / pvi.html. Accessed January 29, 2009.
2. Lacaz, Carlos da Silva - Shades of Brazilian Medicine, São Paulo, 1966.
3. Loureiro de Souza, Antonio. Distinguished Bahia, Salvador, 1973.
4. Sá Oliveira, Eduardo. Historical Memory of the Faculty of Medicine of Bahia, concerning the year 1942. Salvador, 1992.
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