Portuguese Studies 15

Portuguese Studies 15.1

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

2 January 1999  •  241pp

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Contents:

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Introductory Note
Helder Macedo
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1-10
Alfonso X's 'Non me posso pagar tanto'
Thomas R. Hart
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11-41
Notes on Medical Scholarship and the Broad Intellectual Milieu in Sixteenth-Century Portugal
Lígia Bellini
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42-51
On Royal Infallibility
Isabel De Barros Dias
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52-69
'On the Indo-Portuguese of Ceylon' : A Translation of a Hugo Schuchardt Manuscript
Shihan De Silva Jayasuriya, Hugo Schuchardt
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70-80
Who was who in Madeira at the Time of the Second British Occupation in 1807
Malyn Newitt
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81-92
Onstage, Offstage. Women and Slaves in the Theatre of Protest
Nancy Priscilla Naro
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93-104
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: Female Transgression and Punishment in "O Primo Basílio"
Cláudia Pazos Alonso
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105-118
Imagined Endings: National Catastrophe in the Fiction of Eça de Queirós
Alan Freeland
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119-129
Novo Almanach de Lembranças Luso Brasileiro: Mirror of a Culture
Clara Sarmento, Carlos Nogueira
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130-139
'Amo-te mais, quando estou só': Fantasy and Femininity in the Poetry of António Nobre and Florbela Espanca
Emma Brech
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140-148
'Crabbedness' and the Backwards Advance to Portugal: Hyphenation in and the Poetic Impulse of Fernando Pessoa's "35 Sonnets"
Mark A. Lokensgard
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149-161
The Old Lie: Some Portuguese Contemporary Novels on the Colonial Wars in Africa (1961-74)
João Medina
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162-177
There and Back Again
Stephen Reckert
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178-181
A Tribute to José Saramago
Luís De Sousa Rebelo
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182-193
The Subversion of History in Memorial do Convento
Ana Paula Arnaut
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194-206
José Saramago's Stone Boat: Celtic Analogues and Popular Mythology
David G. Frier
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207-215
On Translation, and on Translating Saramago in Particular
Margaret Jull Costa
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216-223
Review of Michael George Hanchard, Orpheus and Power: The Movimento Negro of Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo, Brazil, 1945-1988; Hermano Vianna, John Charles Chasteen, The Mystery of Samba: Popular Music and National Identity in Brazil
David Treece
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224-236
Bibliographic and Research Information
John Laidlar
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