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Post-Imperial Camões
João Ricardo Figueiredo, ed.

Tagus Press at UMass Dartmouth



Contents

Acknowledgments
• Introduction – João R. Figueiredo
• ARTICLES
• Camões the Sonneteer – Helen Vendler
• Second Attempt – Miguel Tamen
• “Bárbora escrava”?: Canon, beauty and color: An embarrassing contradiction – Rita Marnoto
• Conceptual Oppositions in the Poetry of Camões – Helder Macedo
• Conceptual Oppositions in the Poetry of Camões – Helder Macedo
• Post-Imperial Bacchus: The politics of literary criticism in Camões studies 1940-2001 – Hélio J. S. Alves
• Africa and the Epic Imagination of Camões – Josiah Blackmore
• Sob o Signo de Deucalião – Eduardo Lourenço
• Lusotropical Romance: Camões, Gilberto Freyre, and the Isle of Love – Anna Klobucka
• Leonard Bacon’s Camões: “Five Years of Monomania”? – George Monteiro
• Comic Readings – João R. Figueiredo
• The View from Almada Hill: Myths of Nationhood in Camões and William Julius Mickle – Lawrence Lipking
• Milton and Camões: Reinventing the Old Man – Balachandra Rajan
• First Encounter: the Christian-Hindu Confusion When the Portuguese Reached India – Michael Murrin
• Borges and Camões – Translated by William Baer
• REVIEWS
• Camões and the English – George Monteiro
• Peter Russell.
Prince Henry ‘the Navigator’: A Life. New Haven: Yale UP, 2000. – Liam M. Brockey
• Harold Bloom.
How to Read and Why. New York: Scribner, 2000. – Cristina Alberto
• Peter Brooks. Troubling Confessions. Speaking Guilt in Law and Literature. Chicago & London: The University of Chicago Press, 2000. – Inês Morais
• Edward W. Said.
Reflections on Exile and Other Essays. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard UP, 2001. – Rui Estrada
• Carlito Azevedo.
Sublunar. Rio de Janeiro: 7Letras, 2001. – Silviano Santiago

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