Portuguese Studies 25.2

Portuguese Studies 25.2

Modern Humanities Research Association

10 October 2009  •  124pp

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Contents:

129-130
Introductory Note

doi:10.2307/41105315
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131-150
Salazar's Patriarch: Political Aspects in the Nomination of Manuel Gonçalves Cerejeira to the Patriarchate of Lisbon (April 1928-January 1930)
Duncan A. H. Simpson
doi:10.2307/41105316
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151-168
'Pórtico partido para o Impossível': Fernando Pessoa and the Portuguese Sublime
Timothy A. Thompson
doi:10.2307/41105317
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169-181
Performance and the Mobilization of Identity in Pepetela's "Lueji. O Nascimento de um Império"
Igor Cusack
doi:10.2307/41105318
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182-198
Imagining Iberia: 'Terra de Espanha': A Medieval Iberian Utopia
Maria Do Rosário Ferreira
doi:10.2307/41105319
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199-214
Fragmenting Iberia: Images of Castile in Seventeenth-Century Portuguese Pamphlets
Vanda Anastácio
doi:10.2307/41105320
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215-229
Was Iberism a Nationalism? Conceptions of Iberism in Portugal in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries
Sérgio Campos Matos
doi:10.2307/41105321
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230-248
Lusophone Studies: A Cumulative Area Bibliography, 2007-09
Emilce Rees
doi:10.2307/41105322
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