Portuguese Studies 23.1

Portuguese Studies 23.1

Maney Publishing for the Modern Humanities Research Association

8 June 2007  •  128pp

Access online: At JSTOR

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Contents:

5-6
Introductory Note
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7-35
Military Encounters in the Eighteenth Century: Carlos Julião and Racial Representations in the Portuguese Empire
Maria Manuela Tenreiro
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36-54
The Traveller and the Brazilian Landscape
Ana Maria Belluzzo
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55-70
Prescriptive Observation and Illustration of Brazil: Victor Frond's Photographic Project (1857-61)
Lygia Segala, Paulo M. Garchet
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71-87
Versions of the Imperial Romance: "King Solomon's Mines" and "As Minas de Salomão"
Alan Freeland
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88-99
'Queda que as Mulheres Têm para os Tolos': Translation or Text by Machado de Assis?
Ana Cláudia Suriani da Silva, Eliane Fernanda Cunha Ferreira
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100-108
Augusto dos Anjos e o Anti-Tropicalismo
Francisco Foot Hardman
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109-123
Dionysus or Apollo? The Heteronym António Mora as Moment of Nietzsche's Reception by Pessoa
Mattia Riccardi
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