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496 p. ; 21 cm.
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188 pages ; 21 cm
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xi, 281 pages ; 26 cm
This collection brings together textual commentaries on thirty representative works of literature in Portuguese - either complete poems or extracts from longer works - ranging from the medieval lyric of the 13th century, through the poetry and drama of the Portuguese Renaissance, the great Realist novels of the nineteenth century, early twentieth century Modernism and post-1974 writings through to the present day, while also including examples of 19th- and 20th- century Brazilian literature. The authors chosen - poets, dramatists and novelists - are generally regarded as iconic writers, and the three most famous canonical Portuguese authors (Luis de Camoes, Fernando Pessoa, Jose Saramago) are featured, but the texts selected for commentary strike a balance between a focus on well-known and lesser-studied works. All the primary texts are reproduced in Portuguese, sometimes in original editions, with English translations added for the majority. The contributors variously explicate and contextualise the works they present, some focusing on hidden meaning, others on philological aspects of editing, others on their historical, intellectual and philosophical context, and others still on the process of translation itself. All, however, aim to develop the art of reading, for the benefit of scholars and students alike. Stephen Parkinson and Claudia Pazos Alonso are members of the Sub-Faculty of Portuguese at Oxford University, and editors of the Companion to Portuguese Literature (Tamesis, 2009).
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781907975622 20160612
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4. Focais literárias [2012]

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192 p. ; 24 cm.
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351 pages ; 23 cm
  • Literatura, história e memória em diálogo / Maria Luiza Ritzel Remedios
  • O trabalho literário de Carlos de Oliveira e a reinvenção da história portuguesa através da ficção / Benjamin Abdala Junior
  • Memória e identidade em Caminho, de Camilo Pessanha / Cátia Monteiro Wankler
  • Sensoriedade, dialética e liminaridade na política de Alberto Caeiro / Dino del Pino
  • A estética irônica de Eça de Queirós ou Jacinto (Ulisses) infeliz na Ilha de Ogígia / Eunice Piazza Gai
  • Novos problemas, novas polêmicas : o neorrealismo português na atualidade / Inara de Oliveira Rodrigues
  • Os bastidores revelados (as mulheres e as narrativas históricas) / Jane Tutikian
  • Herberto Helder e Camões ou as duas mães / Jorge Fernandes da Silveira
  • Autoritarismo e revolução : a experiência histórica portuguesa em Auto dos danados, de António Lobo Antunes / José Luís Giovanoni Fornos
  • Construção da identidade e a narrativa contemporânea portuguesa / José N. Ornelas
  • A leitura e a escrita na literatura portuguesa ou a identidade em movimento / Lélia Parreira Duarte
  • Açores : notícias recentes de um aantiga literatura / Luis Antonio de Assis Brasil
  • Casa de espaço, o poema / Maria da Glória Bordini
  • Eduardo Lourenço : o Portugal-labirinto e a pátria do ensaio / Maria de Lourdes Soares
  • Eça de Queirós e a identidade nacional / Maria Luiza Ritzel Remedios
  • Inês Pedrosa : roda do tempo, roda da eternidade / Pedro Brum Santos
  • Bolor : identidade e verossimilhança / Regina Zilberman
  • Da pulsão ao ato poético : desassossego na empresa Pessoa / Robson Pereira Gonc̨alves
  • Do escritor em exíio cívico à saudável experiência de escrever em liberdade / Teresa Cristina Cerdeira.
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521 p. : ill ; 24 cm.
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7. Literatura gagá [2011]

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75 p. ; 22 cm
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xv, 222 p. ; 24 cm.
This companion volume offers an introduction to European Portuguese literature for university-level readers. It consists of a chronological overview of Portuguese literature from the twelfth century to the present day, by some of the most distinguished literary scholars of recent years, leading into substantial essays centred on major authors, genres or periods, and a study of the history of translations. It does not attempt an encyclopaedic coverage of Portuguese literature, but provides essential chronological and bibliographical information on all major authors and genres, with more extensive treatment of key works and literary figures, and a particular focus on the modern period. It is unashamedly canonical rather than thematic in its examination of central authors and periods, without neglecting female writers. In this way it provides basic reference materials for students beginning the study of Portuguese literature, and for a wider audience looking for general or specific information. The editors have made a principled decision to exclude both Brazilian and African literature, which demand separate treatment. STEPHEN PARKINSON, CLAUDIA PAZOS ALONSO and T. F. EARLE are all members of the Sub-Faculty of Portuguese at the University of Oxford.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781855661943 20160528
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412 p. ; 24 cm.
  • Discurso sobre Camões
  • Camilo, romancista português
  • Florbela
  • O fantástico na obra de Mário de Sá-Carneiro
  • Peauena história da moderna poesia portuguesa.
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189 p. ; 21 cm.
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426 p. ; 24 cm.
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234 p. ; 21 cm.
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411 p. ; 24 cm.
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xxi, 238 p. ; 23 cm.
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500 p. ; 23 cm.
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276 p. ; 21 cm.
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189 p., [2] leaves of plates : 2 ill. (some col.) ; 21 cm.
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110 p. ; 21 cm.
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4 v. ; 25 cm.
  • v. 1. Idade Média
  • v. 2. Renascença
  • v. 3. Os seiscentistas
  • v. 4. Os arcades.
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182 p. ; 21 cm.
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