Portuguese Studies 2

Portuguese Studies 2.1

Modern Humanities Research Association

1 January 1986  •  234pp

ISBN: 978-0-947623-05-0 (paperback)

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Contents:

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Introductory Note
Helder Macedo
doi:10.2307/41104810
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1-14
Aljamia Portuguesa Revisited
L. P. Harvey
doi:10.2307/41104811
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15-48
Francisco de Holanda and His Illustrations of the Creation
J. B. Bury
doi:10.2307/41104812
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49-55
Style and Substance in the Peregrination
Thomas R. Hart
doi:10.2307/41104813
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56-98
Victims, Allies, Rebels: Towards a New History of Nineteenth-Century Indianism in Brazil
David Treece
doi:10.2307/41104814
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99-119
Eça de Queirós: Consular Correspondence from Newcastle

doi:10.2307/41104815
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120-124
On Being a Westerner A Translation of 'O Sentimento dum Ocidental' by Cesário Verde
Keith Bosley, Cesário Verde
doi:10.2307/41104816
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125-140
Almada or the Unanswered Questions
José-Augusto França, Mike Harland
doi:10.2307/41104817
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141-158
Time and Voice in the Work of José Cardoso Pires
Óscar Lopes, Suzette Macedo
doi:10.2307/41104818
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159-165
'A Imitação da Rosa' by Clarice Lispector: An Interpretation
Marta De Senna
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166-184
João Cabral: From Pedra to Pedra
Stephen Reckert
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185-195
Intertext, Interprétant, and Ideology in Luiz Vilela's Entre Amigos
John Parker
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196-207
Language and Literature in Portuguese-Writing Africa
Russell G. Hamilton
doi:10.2307/41104822
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208-216
Review of Tom Gallagher, Portugal: A Twentieth-Century Interpretation; Simon Katzenellenbogen, South Africa and Southern Mozambique: Labour, Railways and Trade in the Making of a Relationship; Barry Munslow, Mozambique: The Revolution and its Origins; Luís Cabral, Crónica da Libertação
Patrick Chabal
doi:10.2307/41104823
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216-217
Review of C. R. Boxer, Portuguese Conquest and Commerce in Southern Asia, 1500-1750
Peter Marshall
doi:10.2307/41104824
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218
Review of António Pinto da França, Portuguese Influence in Indonesia
Luís De Sousa Rebelo
doi:10.2307/41104825
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218-220
Review of Gervase Clarence-Smith, The Third Portuguese Empire, 1825—1975: A Study in Economic Imperialism
John Iliffe
doi:10.2307/41104826
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220-221
Review of Pamela Bacarisse, A Alma Amortalhada: Mário de Sá-Carneiro's Use of Metaphor and Image
Eugénio Lisboa
doi:10.2307/41104827
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222
Review of Rose Macaulay, They Went to Portugal
S. George West
doi:10.2307/41104828
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222-223
Review of Paulo Freire, Donaldo Macedo, The Politics of Education: Culture, Power and Liberation
Vivian Schelling
doi:10.2307/41104829
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223-224
Review of Maria Luisa Nunes, A Portuguese Colonial in America: Belmira Nunes Lopes. The Autobiography of a Cape- Verdean American
Patrick Chabal
doi:10.2307/41104830
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224-229
Review of Mario Vargas Llosa, Helen Lane, The War of the End of the World
John Butt
doi:10.2307/41104831
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