Portuguese Studies 33.1

Portuguese Studies 33.1

Modern Humanities Research Association

5 May 2017  •  138pp

ISBN: 978-1-781886-00-7 (paperback)

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Contents:

5-6
Preface
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7-21
‘Oh, what words can do!’: Rhetoric and the Moral Ambiguities of António Ferreira's Castro
Simon Park
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22-38
The Papel Volante: A Marginalized Genre in Eighteenth-Century Portuguese Culture?
Pedro Marques
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39-55
Landscapes of Portugal in Two Hundred Years of Narratives
Ana Isabel Queiroz
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56-69
How to Construct a Master: Pessoa and Caeiro
Jerónimo Pizarro
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70-84
A Life Framed: Serafim Alves de Carvalho's Emigrar… Emigrar: as contas do meu rosário (1986)
Carmen Ramos Villar
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85-104
Writing on Behalf of Those Women ‘Que Não [?] Têm Escrita’: Gendered Boundaries inside and outside the Fiction of Mia Couto
Tom Stennett
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105-122
Joaquim Maria Machado de Assis: Six Crônicas on Slavery and Abolition
Robert Patrick Newcomb
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123-125
Review of Cacilda Rêgo and Marcus Brasileiro, Migration in Lusophone Cinema
Paulo de Medeiros
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125-126
Review of Susana Varela Flor and Pedro Flor, Pintores de Lisboa: Séculos XVII–XVIII — A Irmandade de S. Lucas
Jeremy Roe
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126-128
Review of Mariana Gray de Castro, Fernando Pessoa's Shakespeare: The Invention of the Heteronyms
Miguel Ramalhete Gomes
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128-130
Review of Annemarie Jordan-Gschwend and K. J. P. Lowe, The Global City: On the Streets of Renaissance Lisbon
Jeremy Roe
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