Portuguese Studies 23.2

Portuguese Studies 23.2

Maney Publishing for the Modern Humanities Research Association

1 September 2007  •  124pp

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Contents:

133-134
Introductory Note

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135-152
Macao and the English East India Company in the Early Nineteenth Century: Resistance and Confrontation
Shantha Hariharan
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153-166
The British Press and Opposition to Lord Salisbury's Ultimatum of January 1890
Robert Howes
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167-190
Mário, the Brazilian and Manuel, the Lusitanian: Notes on the Brazilian Language in the Correspondence between Mário de Andrade and Manuel Bandeira
Élide Valarini Oliver
doi:10.2307/41057960
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191-207
From Theseus to Daedalus: Saramago, Sr. José, and the Reader in the Labyrinth of Todos os Nomes
Rhian Atkin
doi:10.2307/41057961
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208-229
Citizens of the World: Migration and Citizenship of the Portuguese in the UK
José Carlos Pina Almeida
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230-249
Lusophone Studies: A Cumulative Area Bibliography, 2005-07
Emilce Rees
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250-251
Recent Translations

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