Portuguese miracle, from the book Gil Vicente and other Portuguese studies
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Published by SNI] in [Lisbon .
Written in English


  • Portuguese literature -- History and criticism,
  • Civilization, Portuguese

Book details:

LC ClassificationsPQ9016 S5
The Physical Object
Number of Pages16
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15541545M

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Among the many consequences of Spain’s annexation of Portugal from to was an increase in the number of Portuguese authors writing in Spanish. One can trace this practice as far back as the medieval period, although it was through Gil Vicente, Jorge de Montemayor, and others that Spanish-language texts entered the mainstream of literary expression in : Jonathan William Wade. Barry Hatton’s book The Portuguese. Winston Churchill and Calouste Gulbenkian—as well as with the most important names in the Portuguese historical panorama—from Gil Vicente and Camões to Amália and Lobo Antunes, but also including Gomes Eanes de Zurara, Father António Vieira, Dom Rodrigo de Castro, Almeida Garrett, Alexandre. Contexts of Vicente’s representations. –Vicente’s genres: evolution and influence – A Vicente school? 3 – The Portuguese theatre: native tradition and humanist influence – Other theatre settings in the 16th and 17th centuries. A little digging will uncover the name Gil Vicente, a Portuguese playwright who is recorded in history as having entertained Portuguese royalty with his writing around the 15 th century. He has been dubbed the “Father of Portuguese drama” and a “co-Father of Spanish drama” since he wrote in Spanish nearly as often as he did in Portuguese. As with many artists through time, Gil Vicente.

Diogo do Couto (–) was a Portuguese historian who lived for many years in Goa, India, became the chief custodian of the Torre do Tombo (similar to the historical archives of the Library of Congress), and wrote, among other works, nine volumes of history, each entitled Decada and each covering a decade of activities by the Portuguese. PORTUGUESE STUDIES A NOTICE OF STUDIES THAT HAVE APPEARED IN THE ABOVE FIELD BETWEEN JUNE AND JUNE By F. J. DAS NEVES I. HISTORY OF PORTUGUESE LITERATURE IN this field eloquent tributes-of which I can but name only a few-have been paid, of late, to the lyrics and plays of Gil Vicente, 'a mirror of Portugal'.1 Agostinho de Campos.   Currently there are 2 separate sequences of Portuguese books in both the Teaching Collection and the Research Collection: E.g. a copy of Gil Vicente's 'Breve sumário da história de Deus' could be in 3 different places. Old in-house classification: e.g. 2 - 5BRE - E3 in the Teaching Collection. or CPWA.1 in the Research Collection.   By Hilary Owen and Claire Williams. Transnational Portuguese Studies edited by Hilary Owen and Claire Williams uses the idea of the ‘transnational’ as a means of thinking beyond the disciplinary frames of the nation-state and ‘methodological nationalism’ which have tended to shape Modern Languages as traditionally conceived. Our book aligns itself with the other volumes of the.

Gil Vicente. avg rating — 8, ratings. Some of the books are listed twice, under the Portuguese title and the English title, such as Saramago's The Year of the Death of Ricardo Reis at # and # Maybe this is ok, but seems like they could be combined somehow. The Voice and Choice of Portuguese Immigrant Women / A vez e a voz da mulher Imigrante portuguesa. Barbosa, Rosana, Baptista, Aida and Marujo, Manuela eds. Toronto: University of Toronto, Department of Spanish and Portuguese, ”Mulheres fora do seu Tempo: a Bela e a Feia no Teatro de Gil Vicente.".   This book has three chapters on Melungeons and an eight page list of Appalachian surnames and their Portuguese counterparts. The rest of the book gives a lot of Portuguese history which might be or not be correct. Some people have disputed the correctness of the books history,accounts and s: Set in a provincial Portuguese town, this book by the great 19th-century Portuguese novelist highlights the dangers of fanaticism. Distant Music (Lee Langley, ).