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Maria Teresa Horta

1937 - Today

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Maria Teresa de Mascarenhas Horta Barros (born 20 May 1937, Lisbon) is a Portuguese feminist poet, journalist and activist. She is one of the authors of the book Novas Cartas Portugesas (New Portuguese Letters), together with Maria Isabel Barreno and Maria Velho da Costa. The authors, known as the "Three Marias," were arrested, jailed and prosecuted under Portuguese censorship laws in 1972, during the last years of the Estado Novo dictatorship. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Maria Teresa Horta has received more than 21,472 page views. Her biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Maria Teresa Horta is the 5,584th most popular writer, the 364th most popular biography from Portugal and the 38th most popular Portuguese Writer.

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  • 21k

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  • 42.15

    Historical Popularity Index (HPI)

  • 15

    Languages Editions (L)

  • 2.56

    Effective Languages (L*)

  • 2.68

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among writers, Maria Teresa Horta ranks 5,584 out of 5,755Before her are Kaifi Azmi, Barbara Frischmuth, Margaret Oliphant, Elizabeth F. Ellet, José Jiménez Lozano, and María Dueñas. After her are Brian Moore, Peter Gould, Stephen R. Donaldson, Andreas Eschbach, Stanisław Barańczak, and Gillian Flynn.

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Among people born in 1937, Maria Teresa Horta ranks 437Before her are David Seidler, Barry Mazur, François Bonlieu, Bob Schul, Franco De Piccoli, and Susan Hampshire. After her are Carlo Mattrel, Linda Lavin, C. R. Hagen, Robert Paul, Ali Treki, and Tatyana Talysheva.

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In Portugal

Among people born in Portugal, Maria Teresa Horta ranks 364 out of 555Before her are Nélson Semedo (1993), Rúben Dias (1997), Ricardo Pereira (1993), Rui Barros (1965), Miguel Veloso (1986), and Rúben Amorim (1985). After her are Nuno Valente (1974), Beto (1976), Mário de Noronha (1885), Hilário (1975), Eduardo Carvalho (1982), and Teresa Salgueiro (1969).

Among WRITERS In Portugal

Among writers born in Portugal, Maria Teresa Horta ranks 38Before her are José Luandino Vieira (1935), Jorge de Sena (1919), Guerra Junqueiro (1850), Herberto Hélder (1930), Aquilino Ribeiro (1885), and Natália Correia (1923). After her are José Luís Peixoto (1974).