Portuguese Studies 20

Portuguese Studies 20.1

Maney Publishing for the Modern Humanities Research Association

1 January 2004  •  255pp

ISBN: 978-1-904350-27-9 (paperback)

Access online: At JSTOR

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Contents:

v-vi

Introductory Note
Helder Macedo
doi:10.2307/41105213

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1-13

The Siege of Lisbon and the Second Crusade
Alan Forey
doi:10.2307/41105214

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14-20

Light in Darkness: Gil Vicente's "Barca do Inferno"
Thomas R. Hart
doi:10.2307/41105215

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21-37

Mozambique Island: The Rise and Decline of an East African Coastal City, 1500-1700
Malyn Newitt
doi:10.2307/41105216

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38-46

The Portuguese in Asia in British Historiography
Peter Marshall
doi:10.2307/41105217

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47-62

Segovia and Portugal in the Seventeenth Century
Ronald Cueto
doi:10.2307/41105218

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63-72

Between Fact and Fiction: Narratives of Monsters in Eighteenth-Century Portugal
P. Fontes Da Costa
doi:10.2307/41105219

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73-88

Ad maiorem gloriam ... feminae: Enlightened Women and the Introduction of Models in Portugal During the Second Half of the Eighteenth Century
Elias J. Torres Feijó
doi:10.2307/41105220

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89-107

Lisbon and Vienna: The Correspondence of the Countess of Vimieiro and her Circle
Raquel Bello Vázquez
doi:10.2307/41105221

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108-122

Oliveira Martins: The Spectres in his Historiography
Luís De Sousa Rebelo, Lucy Phillips
doi:10.2307/41105222

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123-133

The Sexual Being in "Charneca em Flor"
Maria Da Conceição Lopes Da Silva
doi:10.2307/41105223

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134-151

Gabriel de Oliveira's 'Há Festa na Mouraria' and the "Fado Novo's" Criticism of the Estado Novo's Demolition of the Baixa Mouraria
Michael Colvin
doi:10.2307/41105224

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152-168

War as an Internal and External Battleground in Álamo Oliveira's "Até Hoje (Memórias de Cão)"
Carmen M. Ramos Villar
doi:10.2307/41105225

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169-185

Jorge de Sena on Cinema: Some Further Insights into the Genesis of "O Físico Prodigioso?"
Mike Harland
doi:10.2307/41105226

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186-194

Translation as a Metaphor for our Times: Postcolonialism, Borders and Identities
António Sousa Ribeiro
doi:10.2307/41105227

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195-207

Rereading Pepetela's "O Desejo de Kianda" after II September 2001: Signs and Distractions
Phillip Rothwell
doi:10.2307/41105228

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208-211

Review Article: Dining with Panthers
Memory Holloway
doi:10.2307/41105229

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212-228

Bibliographic and Research Information

doi:10.2307/41105230

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229-249

Portuguese Studies Index (Volumes 1-20)

doi:10.2307/41105231

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