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Facts and Fictions of António Lobo Antunes
Victor K. Mendes, ed.

Tagus Press at UMass Dartmouth



Contents

• Prescription to Read Me – António Lobo Antunes – Translated by Valéria M. Souza
Still Facts and Living Fictions: The Literary Work of António Lobo Antunes, An Introduction – Maria Alzira Seixo
• Duelo contra o império: o indivíduo e a busca da felicidade no romance
Os cus de Judas de António Lobo Antunes – José Maurício Saldanha Alvarez
• Haunting Imperial Representations into Dialogue:
Os cus de Judas by António Lobo Antunes and Waiting for the Barbarians by J. M. Coetzee – Adriana Alves de Paula Martins
• Writing the War and the Man in the First Novels of António Lobo Antunes – Isabel Moutinho
• The Demise of Paternal Meaning in
Explicação dos pássaros – Phillip Rothwell
• Post-imperial Performativities: Sexual Misencounters and Engenderings of Desire in António Lobo Antunes’s
Fado alexandrino – Kathryn Bishop-Sanchez
Auto dos danados: cenas de uma família condenada – Maria Lúcia Wiltshire de Oliveira
• The Geographers’ Manual: The Place of
Place in António Lobo Antunes – Richard Zenith
• Politics and the Novel in
South of Nowhere and The Inquisitors’ Manual William Deresiewicz
• Ficções do eu colonial e pós-imperial: memória, identidade e família em
O esplendor de Portugal – Isabel A. Ferreira Gould
O esplendor de Portugal ou uma fragilíssima consciência do ser – Paula Gândara
• The Setting in
O esplendor de Portugal – Daniel Zubía Fernández
• Acts of Literature: Notes on
The Return of the Caravels – Leela Gandhi
• From Lobo Antunes to Joseph Conrad: The Writing of Post-Colonial Maps and Phantoms –Ana Mafalda Leite
• A Supplement to the White Man’s Burden: Lobo Antunes, History, the Colonial Wars, and the April Revolution – Luís Madureira
• Old Soldiers Never Die, They Just Tell Their Stories: Lobo Antunes and Some Others – George Monteiro
• Lobo Antunes, the Psychiatrist – António Carlos Trigo de Bettencourt
• “You Don’t Invent Anything”: Memory and the Patterns of Fiction in Lobo Antunes’s Works – Felipe Cammaert
• In the Name of a Father: In Search of a Lost Name and Place – Eunice Cabral
• Os domingos cinzentos de António Lobo Antunes – Carlos Reis
• Negation of the Narrative Framework or the Failure of Narrative Memory: The Case of
Os cus de Judas – José N. Ornelas
• Specters of Colonial Violence: The Archive in António Lobo Antunes’s
South of Nowhere – Patrícia I. Vieira
• O barulho surdo(?) da(s) raça(s) em
O meu nome é Legião – Ana Paula Arnaut
• Bibliography of António Lobo Antunes – Gina M. Reis
• POETRY
• 13 Poems by Gastão Cruz – Translated by Alexis Levitin
• Fibrilations – Ana Hatherly – Translated by Kenneth David Jackson
• OTHER ARTICLES
• Portugal: Tales of Being and not Being – Boaventura de Sousa Santos
• O problema do consenso histórico na área lusófona – Pedro Graça
• A representação da mulher nas cantigas de capoeira – Maria José Somerlate Barbosa
• Pocahontas ataca de nuevo:
Iracema o la importancia de la figura del mestizo en la sociedad brasileña actual – Cristina Sánchez-Conejero
• Sousa do Casação’s “Fado da Severa” and Júlio Dantas’s
A Severa: The Genesis of National Folklore in the Death of a Mouraria Fadista – Michael Colvin
• Delayed Enlightenment: Philosophy in Twentieth-Century Portugal – Carlos Leone
• REVIEWS AND REVIEW-ESSAYS
• Phillip Rothwell on Margarida Calafate Ribeiro’s
Uma história de regressos: império, guerra colonial e pós-colonialismo.
Carlos Leone on Manuel Frias Martins’s In Theory/Em teoria.
Christopher Larkosh on David Brookshaw’s Visions of China: Stories from Macau
Unpredictable Coherence: Caetano Veloso Beyond “Ethnic” and Easy-Listening Tunes – Dário Borim Jr.

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