Portuguese Studies 3

Portuguese Studies 3.1

Modern Humanities Research Association

1 January 1987  •  235pp

ISBN: 978-0-947623-17-3 (paperback)

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Contents:

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Introductory Note
Helder Macedo
doi:10.2307/41104833
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1-20
The Galician-Portuguese Tradition and the Romance "Kharjas"
Martha E. Schaffer
doi:10.2307/41104834
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21-55
False Refrains in the "Cantigas de Santa Maria"
Stephen Parkinson
doi:10.2307/41104835
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56-69
The "Poema da batalha do Salado": Some New Stanzas and the "Poema's" Relation to Castilian and Latin Texts
Mercedes Vaquero
doi:10.2307/41104836
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70-76
A Renaissance Picnic at Resende's "Quinta"
John R. C. Martyn
doi:10.2307/41104837
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77-83
'Three Sights To Be Seen': Bombay, Tangier, and a Barren Queen, 1661-1684
Charles Boxer
doi:10.2307/41104838
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84-98
Edgar Prestage's Correspondence
Richard W. Pound, Carolina Michaëlis De Vasconcellos
doi:10.2307/41104839
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99-105
The Theme of Compromise in Carlos Drummond de Andrade's "Brejo das Almas"
John Kinsella
doi:10.2307/41104840
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106-125
Mário de Andrade and Paulo Freire: Two 'Primitive' Intellectuals
Vivian Schelling
doi:10.2307/41104841
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126-148
The Reader and the Writer in "Recordações do Escrivão Isaías Caminha"
R. J. Oakley
doi:10.2307/41104842
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149-158
The Brazilian Nationalist Myth in Adonias Filho's "Corpo Vivo"
M. Fátima M. Albuquerque
doi:10.2307/41104843
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159-170
The Disquieting Voyage in Nejar's "Ulysses"
Giovanni Pontiero
doi:10.2307/41104844
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171-185
Pattern and Process in Brazilian Literature: Notes on the Evolution of Genre
José Guilherme Merquior
doi:10.2307/41104845
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186-192
A Translation of An Excerpt from "Viva o Povo Brasileiro" by João Ubaldo Ribeiro
John Parker, João Ubaldo Ribeiro
doi:10.2307/41104846
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193-204
A Translation of Four Poems by José Craveirinha
Michael Wolfers, José Craveirinha
doi:10.2307/41104847
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205-214
"Mayombe" and the Liberation of the Angolan
Clive Willis
doi:10.2307/41104848
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215-216
Review of Francisco Nodar Manso, La narratividad de la poesía lírica galaicoportuguesa. 2 vols: Estudio analítico and Antología narrativa (Problemata Semiotica, 6 and 7)
Julian Weiss
doi:10.2307/41104849
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216-217
Review of Alfred Hower, Richard A. Preto-Rodas, Empire in Transition: The Portuguese World in the Time of Camões
Tom Earle
doi:10.2307/41104850
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217-218
Review of David Francis, Portugal 1715-1808: Joanine, Pombaline and Rococo Portugal as seen by British Diplomats and Traders. (Tamesis Monographs, cix)
G. V. Scammell
doi:10.2307/41104851
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218-220
Review of João de Pina-Cabral, Sons of Adam. Daughters of Eve: The Peasant Worldview of Alto Minho
Patrick Chabal
doi:10.2307/41104852
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221-230
Bibliographic and Research Information
John Laidlar
doi:10.2307/41104853
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