Portuguese Studies 21

Portuguese Studies 21.1

Maney Publishing for the Modern Humanities Research Association

7 December 2005  •  229pp

ISBN: 978-1-904350-79-8 (paperback)

Access online: At JSTOR

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Contents:

v-vi
Introductory Note

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1-12
Body, Baths and Cloth: Muslim and Christian perceptions in Medieval Portugal
Maria Filomena Lopes De Barros
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13-33
Spirituality and Women's Monastic Life in Seventeenth and Eighteenth-Century Portugal
Lígia Bellini
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34-69
Portugal e Brasil em 1875: duas crónicas esquecidas de Oliveira Martins
Sérgio Campos Matos
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70-89
Critics to Enthusiasts: the Hollands Discover Portugal
John Clarke, José Baptista De Sousa
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90-100
The Voices of the East Timorese Women: After War, Before Peace
Teresa Cunha
doi:10.2307/41105238
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101-111
From Voice to Silence: Orpheus and the Epitaph in Garcilaso and Camões
Trevor J. Dadson
doi:10.2307/41105239
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112-125
Saintly Physician, Diabolical Doctor, Medieval Saint: Exploring the Reputation of Gil de Santarém in Medieval and Renaissance Portugal
Iona Mccleery
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126-141
The Rhetoric of Empire: Gender Representations in Portuguese India
Rosa Maria Perez
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142-151
Some Notes on the "Cortes Polyticas de Appolo" by Agostinho Manuel de Vasconcelos
Diogo Ramada Curto
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152-157
Uma Poética da Falta: Apresentação de "Em Seu Lugar: Poemas Reunidos" de Felipe Fortuna
Sergio Paulo Rouanet
doi:10.2307/41105243
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158-181
Charles Boxer's use of literary sources for the study of race relations in colonial Brazil and the Maranhão
A. J. R. Russell-Wood
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182-200
Catholic Saints, African Gods, black masks and white heads: Tracing the history of some religious festivals in Bahia
Roger Sansi Roca
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201-209
'A tradition of empire': Fernando Pessoa and Germany
António Sousa Ribeiro
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210-223
Diante do espelho: refração e iluminação em Bernardo Carvalho
Yara F. Vieira
doi:10.2307/41105247
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