Portuguese Studies 12

Portuguese Studies 12.1

W. S. Maney & Son Ltd for the Modern Humanities Research Association

1 January 1996  •  251pp

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Contents:

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Introductory Note
Helder Macedo
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1-11
Bernardim Ribeiro's 'Ao longo da ribeira': An Edition
John Gornall
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12-24
Not the enemy without but Stoic virtue within: António Ferreira and Islam
Tom Earle
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25-39
'Strewing words in the wind': Desire, rhetoric and frustration in Camões's "Égloga dos Faunos"
José Miguel, Martínez Torrejón
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40-54
Prisoner of the Sás: the Brazil and Portugal Years of Anthony Knyvett of Westminster's Journal 1593-1601
R. F. Hitchcock
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55-67
Camões as a Romantic Hero: "Os Lusíadas" as an Example of Patriotism in the Netherlands between 1766 and 1880
Nelleke Moser
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68-77
Colonel George Lake and the Battle of Roliça
Clive Willis
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78-88
Zé Povinho and John Bull: Portuguese Perceptions of Britain, 1870-90
Alan Freeland
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89-105
Eça's Portugal: Some English Views
Alison Aiken
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106-132
No Mother's Daughter or the Importance of Being Ernesto: Identity and Separation in Maria Judite de Carvalho
Maria Manuel Lisboa
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133-144
Home Bound: The Construct of Femininity in the Estado Novo
Ana Paula Ferreira
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145-157
Polemic, Parody and Piety in the "Auto da Compadecida"
Anthony Lappin
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158-170
The Magic of Words: João Guimarães Rosa and the Backlands
Sandra Guardini Vasconcelos
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171-184
The Detective Genre as a Postmodernist Parody for the Representation and Redemption of History. José Cardoso Pires' "Balada da Praia dos Cães"
Ana Isabel Briones García
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185-200
The Prospects for Democracy in Lusophone Africa
Patrick Chabal
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201-209
Seven Poems by José Craveirinha
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210-213
Review of Douglas L. Wheeler, Historical Dictionary of Portugal (European Historical Dictionaries Series, no. 1)
Abdoolkarim Vakil
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213-216
Review of Kenneth Maxwell, Pombal, Paradox of the Enlightenment
Jorge M. Pedreira
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216-218
Review of João Camilo dos Santos, Camilo Castelo Branco no centenário da morte. Colloquium of Santa Barbara
Luís De Sousa Rebelo
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219-246
Bibliographic and Research Information
John Laidlar
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