Portuguese Studies 25.1

Portuguese Studies 25.1

Modern Humanities Research Association

11 May 2009  •  124pp

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Contents:

5-6
Introductory Note

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7-29
Between the Moor and the African: Purity and Impurity in the Earliest Portuguese Renaissance Chronicles
Alice Cruz
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30-45
Body and Culture: Fieldwork Experiences in India
Rosa Maria Perez
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46-64
Vimala Devi's "Monção": The Last Snapshots of Colonial Goa
Paul Melo e Castro
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65-79
The (Un)Holy Trinity: Women's Protagonism in "O Testamento do Sr. Napumoceno da Silva Araújo"
M. Gordon
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80-101
National Identity and National Unity in Contemporary East-Timorese Literature
Anthony Soares
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102-120
Lusophone Studies: A Cumulative Area Bibliography, 2006-08
Emilce Rees
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