Portuguese Studies 6

Portuguese Studies 6.1

Modern Humanities Research Association

1 January 1990  •  251pp

ISBN: 978-0-947623-37-1 (paperback)

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Contents:

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Introductory Note

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1-16
The 'Conquest of Lisbon' and its Author
Harold Livermore
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17-23
Columbus in the Azores
Rebecca Catz
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24-31
An Imperial Letter From Süleyman the Magnificent to Dom João III Concerning Proposals for an Ottoman-Portuguese Armistice
Sali̇h Özbaran
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32-37
The Lusiads: Epic Celebration and Pastoral Regret
Helder Macedo
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38-52
A Translation from the "Lendas da Índia" of Gaspar Correia: The Rise and Fall of Bahadur Shah (Excerpts from Book III, Part II)
Michael Lowery, Gaspar Correia
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53-70
Conversions in South-east Asia: Evidence from the Portuguese Records
M. N. Pearson
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71-84
The Portuguese, Montaigne and the Cannibals of Brazil: The Problem of the 'Other'
Luciana Stegagno Picchio
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85-93
The Devil in Brazilian History
Laura de Mello e Souza
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94-114
Alarms and Excursions in Lisbon under Castilian Domination: The Case of Captain Richard Butler
Michael E. Williams
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115-125
Dom Francisco Manuel de Melo: A Portuguese View of Catalonia in 1640
Eduardo Mayone Dias
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126-137
'Mercurius Anglus': Sir Richard Fanshawe's Reception as Ambassador in Lisbon
Roger M. Walker, W. H. Liddell
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138-151
Cunninghame Graham, Brazil and the Biography of Historical Imagination
John Walker
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152-172
The Hidden Costs of Labour on the Cocoa Plantations of São Tomé and Príncipe, 1875-1914
W. G. Clarence-Smith
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173-190
'Pérfida Albion' and 'Little Portugal': The Role of the Press in British and Portuguese National Perceptions of the 1890 Ultimatum
Maria Teresa Pinto Coelho
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191-210
Which Language for Galicia?: The Status of Galician as an Official Language and the Prospects for its 'Reintegration' with Portuguese
F. Pérez-Barreiro Nolla
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211-213
Review of Fernão Mendes Pinto, Rebecca D. Catz, The Travels of Fernão Mendes Pinto
Michael Lowery
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213-214
Review of John R. C. Martyn, Antonio Ferreira: The Tragedy of Ines de Castro
Frank Pierce
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214-216
Review of Manuel Carlos de Brito, Opera in Portugal in the Eighteenth Century
Curtis Price
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216-217
Review of Roderick J. Barman, Brazil: The Forging of a Nation, 1798—1852
John Gledson
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217-218
Review of Ray Harris-Northall, Weakening Processes in the History of Spanish Consonants. (Croom Helm Romance Linguistics Series)
David Hook
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218-220
Review of David Brookshaw, Paradise Betrayed: Brazilian Literature of the Indian
Giovanni Pontiero
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220-221
Review of Irwin Stern, Dictionary of Brazilian Literature
David Brookshaw
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221-224
Review of João Ubaldo Ribeiro, An Invincible Memory
John Parker
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224-225
Review of Iain Christie, Samora Machel: A Biography. (PANAF Great African Lives)
Patrick Chabal
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226-227
Review of Bobby J. Chamberlain, Portuguese Language and Luso-Brazilian Literature: An Annotated Guide to Selected Reference Works. (Selected Bibliographies in Language and Literature, 6)
John Laidlar
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228-246
Bibliographic Information
John Laidlar
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