Transnational Portuguese Women Writers

Edited by Cláudia Pazos Alonso and Maria Luisa Coelho

Portuguese Studies 35.2

Modern Humanities Research Association

  23 January 2020

ISBN: 978-1-781888-89-6 (paperback)

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Contents:

129-35
Transnational Portuguese Women Writers
Maria Luísa Coelho, Cláudia Pazos-Alonso
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136-53
Teresa Margarida da Silva Orta (1711–1793): A Minor Transnational of the Brown Atlantic
Ana Margarida Martins
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154-66
The Empires Write Back: Tracing Transnational Indias in the Work of Maria Ermelinda dos Stuarts Gomes
Hilary Owen
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167-84
Early Twentieth-Century Portuguese Feminist Writers as Transnational Cultural Mediators: Virgínia de Castro e Almeida and Ana de Castro Osório
Chatarina Edfeldt
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185-98
‘Nem uma coisa nem outra’: Nomadic Subjectivity in the Crónicas of Ilse Losa
Rosa Churcher Clarke
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199-215
O mapa cor de rosa by Maria Velho da Costa: Migration, Dis-location and the Production of Unstable Cartographies
Maria Luísa Coelho
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216-27
Éukié: Maria Velho da Costa's Alice and the Absurd
Maria Irene Ramalho
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228-43
The Polyhedral Victim and the Patchwork Abuser: A Comparative Study of Names and Naming in Vladimir Nabokov's Lolita (1955) and Maria Velho da Costa's Myra (2008)
Tom Stennett
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244-246
Review of Maria-José Blanco, Claire Williams, Feminine Singular: Women Growing Up through Life-Writing in the Luso-Hispanic World
Deborah Madden
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246-248
Review of Eleanor K. Jones, Battleground Bodies: Gender and Sexuality in Mozambican Literature
Dorothée Boulanger
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248-250
Review of Maria Teresa Horta, Lesley Saunders, Ana Raquel Fernandes, Point of Honour: Selected Poems of Maria Teresa Horta
Ana Filipa Prata
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250-252
Review of Margaret Jull Costa, Take Six: Six Portuguese Women Writers
Suzan Bozkurt
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