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On Saramago
Anna M. Klobucka, ed.

Tagus Press at UMass Dartmouth


Introduction: Saramago’s World – Anna Klobucka
• Presentation of José Saramago. Ceremony to Confer Doctor of Humane Letters,
Honoris Causa upon José Saramago. October 22,1999, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth – George Monteiro
• Address at the
Honoris Causa Ceremony, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth – José Saramago
• Saramago’s Construction of Fictional Characters: From
Terra do Pecado to Baltasar and Blimunda – Horácio Costa
• José Saramago’s Historical Fiction – Adriana Alves de Paula Martins
• On the Labyrinth of Text, or, Writing as the Site of Memory – Teresa Cristina Cerdeira da Silva
• Righting Wrongs, Re-Writing Meaning and Reclaiming the City in Saramago’s
Blindness and All the Names – David Frier
• Saramago, Cognitive Estrangement, and Original Sin? – Kenneth Krabbenhoft
• “The One With the Beard Is God, the Other Is the Devil” – Harold Bloom
• Journey to the Iberian God: Antonio Machado Revisited by Saramago – Orlando Grossegesse
• “Once but no longer the prow of Europe”: National Identity and Portuguese Destiny in José Saramago’s
The Stone Raft – Mark J. Sabine
• The Edge of Darkness, or Why Saramago Never Wrote about the Colonial War in Africa – Maria Alzira
• “Cruising Gender in the Eighties (from
Levantado do Chão to The History of the Siege of Lisbon)” – Ana Paula Ferreira
• The Bureaucratic Tale of the Harbor Master and the Collector of Customs – José Saramago
• José Saramago:
0 Ano de 1998. Colóquio/Letras 151/152 (Janeiro-Junho1999) – Onésimo Teotónio Almeida
• Carlos Reis.
Diálogos com José Saramago. Lisboa: Caminho, 1998. – Mark J. Sabine
• Maria Alzira Seixo.
Lugares da ficção em José Saramago. Lisboa: Imprensa Nacional-Casa da Moeda, 1999. –Ana Sofia Ganho
• Beatriz Berrini.
Ler Saramago: o romance. Lisboa: Caminho, 1998. – José Ornelas
• Bibliography of José Saramago – Anna Klobucka
• Antero de Quental.
A Poesia na Actualidade. Introduction by Joaquim-Francisco Coelho. Vila do Conde: Centro de Estudos Anterianos, 1999. – George Monteiro
• Shit, Shrimps, and Shifting Sobriquets:
Iracema and the Lesson in Lost Authority – Phillip Rothwell
• Violent Games: Towards an Historical Understanding of the Portuguese Bullfight – Rita Costa Gomes

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