Portuguese Studies 11

Portuguese Studies 11.1

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

1 January 1995  •  247pp

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Contents:

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Introductory Note
Helder Macedo
doi:10.2307/41105017
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1-14
When Portugal Expelled its Remaining Muslims (1497)
L. P. Harvey
doi:10.2307/41105018
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15-61
The Correspondence of Camões (with Introduction, Commentaries, Translation and Notes)
Clive Willis, Camões
doi:10.2307/41105019
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62-77
'The Life and Actions of Mathias de Albuquerque (1547— 1609)': A Portuguese Source for Deccan History
Sanjay Subrahmanyam
doi:10.2307/41105020
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78-86
'True to his sense, but truer to his fame': Sir Richard Fanshawe's Versions of Tasso's Sonnet on Camões
Roger M. Walker
doi:10.2307/41105021
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87-109
The Proof of Prophecy
Fernando Gil
doi:10.2307/41105022
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110-124
Brazilian History in Machado de Assis's "Papéis avulsos"
John Gledson
doi:10.2307/41105023
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125-132
Infância: Fragmented Memory
Maria Zilda Ferreira Cury, Christine Robinson
doi:10.2307/41105024
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133-167
Representations of the 'Discoveries' and the Imaginary of the Nation in Portuguese Integralism
Abdoolkarim Vakil
doi:10.2307/41105025
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168-178
'Tanto poeta em versos me cantou': The Role of Florbela Espanca's University Colleagues in her Poetic Development
Cláudia Pazos Alonso
doi:10.2307/41105026
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179-191
'Um quarto que seja seu': The Quest for Camões's Sister
Hilary Owen
doi:10.2307/41105027
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192-199
Stories About Time in Four Fairytales from Portuguese-Speaking Countries
Isabel Cardigos
doi:10.2307/41105028
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200-215
The Language Problem and Comparative Literature: Stephen Reckert's "Beyond Chrysanthemums"
Alan Deyermond
doi:10.2307/41105029
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216-217
Review of José I. Suárez, The Carnival Stage. Vicentine Comedy within the Serio-Comic Mode
Luís De Sousa Rebelo
doi:10.2307/41105030
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217-219
Review of Malyn Newitt, A History of Mozambique
Patrick Chabal
doi:10.2307/41105031
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219-222
Review of Jeanne Marie Penvenne, African Workers and Colonial Racism: Mozambican Strategies and Struggles in Lourenço Marques, 1877-1962
Patrick Chabal
doi:10.2307/41105032
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223-242
Bibliographic and Research Information

doi:10.2307/41105033
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