Portuguese Studies 4

Portuguese Studies 4.1

Modern Humanities Research Association

1 January 1988  •  266pp

ISBN: 978-0-947623-24-1 (paperback)

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Contents:

v-vi
Introductory Note
Helder Macedo
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1-15
From Sign to Symbol: The Structure of a Portuguese Allegory
Janet E. Cartȩr
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16-54
A Precursor of O Soldado Prático: Trouas feitas polos lascaryms da India contra Don Graçia Visorey, an adaptation of Jorge Manrique's Coplas
David Hook
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55-83
A Translation of Three Chapters from the Peregrinação of Fernão Mendes Pinto
Rebecca Catz, Fernão Mendes Pinto
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84-99
Emblematic Monsters in Portuguese Pamphlets of the Eighteenth Century
Yara F. Vieira
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100-116
Necrophilia in Portuguese Poetry: from the Eighteenth Century to the Present
Alfredo Margarido, Tom Earle
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117-175
A Civil Servant in the Brazilian Monarchy: A Study of the Limits of Administrative Power
Antonio Candido De Mello E Souza, David Treece
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176-180
Sampaio Bruno, the Inquisition and Sebastianism
José Augusto Seabra, Maria Do Carmo Ponte
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181-195
The Sear a Nova Group (1921-1926) and The Ambiguities of Portuguese Liberal Elitism
Manuel Villaverde Cabral
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196-205
The Harlequin of Murilo Rubião: The Silent Experience
Marly Amarilha De Oliveira
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206-218
Augusto de Conrado, An Early Mozambican Poet
Patrick Chabal, Eduardo White
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219-232
Carlos de Oliveira and the New State Censors
Colin Hignett
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233-237
Portugal: the Revolution in Perspective
Patrick Chabal
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237-238
Review of Daya de Silva, The Portuguese in Asia: An Annotated Bibliography of Studies on Portuguese Colonial History in Asia, 1498-c. 1800. (Bibliotheca Asiatica, 22)
Charles Boxer
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239-240
Review of C. R. Boxer, Portuguese Merchants and Missionaries in Feudal Japan, 1543-1640
Armando Martins Janeira
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240-241
Review of R. D. Cremer, Macau: City of Commerce and Culture
G. V. Scammell
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241
Review of Stuart B. Schwartz, Sugar Plantations in the Formation of Brazilian Society: Bahia, 1550—1835
John Fisher
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242-244
Review of David Treece, Bound in Misery and Iron: The Impact of the Grande Carajás Programme on the Indians of Brazil
Anthony Hall
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244-247
Review of José Saramago, Giovanni Pontiero, Baltasar and Blimunda
Clare Ferros
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248-260
Bibliographic and Research Information
John Laidlar
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