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The Traveling Eye
Retrospection, Vision, and Prophecy in the Portuguese Renaissance
Fernando Gil, Helder Macedo; Luís de Sousa Rebelo, contrib.

Tagus Press at UMass Dartmouth



Contents

• Introductory Note
• The Poetics of Truth in
The Lusiads – Helder Macedo
The Lusiads Effect –Fernando Gil
• The Traveling Eye: The Seas of
The Lusiads – Fernando Gil – Translated by K. David Jackson
Fernão Lopes, the Seventh Age and the House of Avis – Helder Macedo – Translated by Kenneth Krabbenhoft
The Sixteenth-Century Portuguese Chronicles – Luís de Sousa Rebelo
• The Deceiving Eye – Helder Macedo –
Translated by Kenneth Krabbenhoft
Sá de Miranda and the Ambiguities of Knowledge – Helder Macedo
• The Groundless Self – Fernando Gil –
Translated by Kenneth Krabbenhoft
Bernardim Ribeiro’s Obscure Clarities – Helder Macedo
• Modes of Absent Love – Fernando Gil
• Convergence and Dissent – Helder Macedo –
Translated by Anna M. Klobucka
Appetite and Reason in Camões’s Lyric Poetry – Helder Macedo – Translated by Richard Zenith
Nationalism and Pastoralism – Helder Macedo – Translated by Richard Zenith
Two Views of António Vieira
• How to Prove Prophecy: Base the Original on the Copy – Fernando Gil
• The Coming of the Fifth Empire and Biblical Prophecy – Fernando Gil –
Translated by Kenneth Krabbenhoft
Index – Compiled by Valéria M. Souza

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