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SARAIVA & LOPES, António José - Óscar

Published by Porto Editora, Porto (1976)

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Item Description: Porto Editora, Porto, 1976. Editorial / Hard Cover. Book Condition: Bom / Good / Bon. No Jacket. 9ª Edição. In-8º (215x155). 1 Vol. de 1228 pp. In-8º (215x155). Book. Bookseller Inventory # 025821

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PORTUGAL, Biblioteca Nacional.

Published by Lisbon, Biblioteca Nacional, 1991. (1991)

ISBN 10: 9725651561 ISBN 13: 9789725651568

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Item Description: Lisbon, Biblioteca Nacional, 1991., 1991. 135 pp., (1 l.), illus. of a number of title pages, index of names. One of 1,000 copies. Large 8°, original illustrated wrappers. As new. ---- FIRST and ONLY EDITION of this catalogue for an exhibition marking the centenary of Quental's death. Included are several bibliographical checklists: selected letters and manuscripts by Quental in the Biblioteca Nacional, Lisbon; checklist of over 150 known editions of Quental's monographic publications; selected bibliography of over 100 monographs and articles about Quental; and a checklist of the 35 periodicals to which Quental is known to have contributed. Supplementing the bibliographies are ten critical essays on Quental's life and writings, including texts by Vitorino Nemésio, António José Saraiva, Joel Serrão, António Sérgio, Fernando Catroga, Óscar Lopes, Joaquim de Carvalho, Alberto Ferreira, Eduardo Lourenço and Jorge de Sena. Quental (1842-1891) is recognized by Saraiva & Lopes as "o principal mentor da geração de 70 nas suas origens, simultaneamente polemista, poeta, doutrinário e até certo ponto caudilho" (p. 915). Bell adds that he was "that rare thing in Portuguese literature, a poet who thinks" (p. 328). Born in Ponta Delgada in the Azores, he studied law at Coimbra from 1858 to 1864. He soon became a socialist, and after working in Paris and traveling in the United States, played an active part in the socialist movement in Lisbon. With the publication of such works as @Odas modernas, 1865, @Primaveras românticas, 1875 and @Sonetos, 1881, he became one of the leading Portuguese poets of the nineteenth century. He retired to Villa do Conde in 1882, but never found peace of mind: nine years later he shot himself in a public square of Ponta Delgada.---- See Araujo, @Ensaio de bibliographia antheriana; @Bibliographia antheriana. Innocêncio VIII, 70; XX, 160. Saraiva & Lopes, @História da literatura portuguesa (16th ed) et passim. Bell, @Portuguese Literature pp. 328-9. Bookseller Inventory # 38074

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Saraiva, António José; Lopes, Óscar:

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Item Description: Porto, Porto, 2a ed., 966 p., 16x21 cm, capa dura; bordas um pouco gastas, nome da proprietária anterior na primeira página, algumas páginas marcados com lápis, páginas amareladas, margins das páginas acastanhadas, em bom estado geral. ISBN 0ANTICUARIADO - LIBRO USADO / USED ITEM 1.a Época - Das Origens a Fernão Lopes; 2.a Época - De Fernão Lopes aGil Vicente - O Fim da Idade Média; 3.a Época - O Renascimento e a Contra-Reforma; 4.a Época - Restauração e Época Joanina; 5.a Época - O Século das Luzes; 6.a Época - O Romantismo. (Texto do índice geral) 1110 gr. [Portugal no ficción, Literatura, Historia, Libros en portugués]. Bookseller Inventory # Bestell-Nr. 500224

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SARAIVA (António José), LOPES (Óscar)

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Item Description: [Por]? e. 16ª edição, corrigida e actualizada. Porto Editora. Porto. S/d [1988?]. De 22x16 cm. Com 1254 pags. Encadernação do editor. Ilustrado. Exemplar apresentando sobrecapa de protecção em papel danificada; e título de posse sobre a folha de rosto. Obra em co-autoria: Das Origens ao Romantismo da autoria de António José Saraiva. Época Contemporânea da autoria de Óscar Lopes. Location/localizacao: 3-A1-B-26. Bookseller Inventory # 1205JC070

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SARAIVA, António José - LOPES, Óscar

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Item Description: Portugal. Bloco Gráfico. Porto. 1989. In 8º mayor, 1263pp y vuelta para colofón. Pasta editorial estampada, sobrecubierta ilustrada. Firma. Excelente estado. Contiene bibliografía específica en capítulos y general. Texto en portugués.Imagen en sitio virtual de MIMO Libros. Bookseller Inventory # 33407

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António José Saraiva e Óscar Lopes

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Item Description: Porto, 2000. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. 5th or later Edition. Capa dura com sobrecapa, 17a. edição, 1.216 pp., muito bom estado. Very good.Escr. Bookseller Inventory # 7897

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SARAIVA (António José) e ÓSCAR LOPES. HISTÓRIA DA LITERATURA PORTUGUESA.

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Item Description: [Por]? Doutor em Letras pela Universidade de Lisboa [e por]? Professor Efectivo do Liceu Normal D. Manuel II. [Colecção] HISTÓRIA ILUSTRADA DAS GRANDES LITERATURAS. Editorial Estúdios Cor. Lisboa. 1966 e 1973. Obra em 2 volumes. De 24x18 cm. Com 911 pags. Brochados. Ilustrados. Exemplar com título de posse sobra a folah de rosto. Obra dividida em dois volumes pelos dois co-autores. Volume I: Das Origens ao Romantismo da autoria de António José Saraiva. Volume II: Época Contemporânea da autoria de Óscar Lopes. Location/localizacao: 9-8-G-29. Bookseller Inventory # 0912JC039

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SARAIVA, António José.

Published by Lisbon, Europa-América, (1960). (1960)

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Item Description: Lisbon, Europa-América, (1960)., 1960. Cover design by António Domingues. 209 pp., (2, 1 blank ll.). 8°, original illustrated wrappers (small nick at foot of spine) Light "toasting". Very good condition. ---- FIRST EDITION. This "dictionary" is essentially a collection of brief political essays, whose subjects include America, the United Nations, education and democracy, individual and society, intellectuals, liberalism, Machiavellianism, materialism and truth. Its marxist orientation caused the book to be almost immediately suppressed. Shortly thereafter Saraiva (1917?1993), one of the most prominent intellectual oponents of the Salazar regime, was forced into exile, working in France and the Netherlands, returning to Portugal only in 1974. A noted literary critic, indeed, one of the most important Portuguese literary and cultural historians of the twentieth century, Saraiva was co-author with Óscar Lopes of the standard handbook @História da literatura portuguesa, originally published in 1955 (another object of official censorship; 17th ed., 1996). Other writings by Saraiva were suppressed, perhaps most notably his @Inquisição portuguesa.---- Cândido de Azevedo, @A censura de Salazar e Marcelo Caetano, pp. 643?5; see also pp. 531?2. @Livros proibidos no Estado Novo, p. 30; see also pp. 111, 126. @Relação das obras cuja circulação esteve proibida em Portugal durante of regime Salazar/M. Caetano, p. 36. On the author see José Augusto Seabra in Machado, ed., @Dicionário de literatura portuguesa, pp. 439?40; Leonor Curado Neves in @Biblos, IV, 1137?41; and @Dicionário cronológico de autores portugueses, IV, 656?60. Not located in NUC. Bookseller Inventory # 23703

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PAÇO D'ARCOS, Joaquim [Belford Correia da Silva, 1908?1979].

Published by Rio de Janeiro, Companhia José Aguilar Editora, 1974. (1974)

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Item Description: Rio de Janeiro, Companhia José Aguilar Editora, 1974., 1974. Photograph of author, a few other illustrations in text. 1,270 pp., (1 l.). 8°, publisher's burgundy leatherette, spine richly gilt, gilt letter, facsimile of author's signature in gilt on front cover, decorated endleaves, top edge rouged. In fine condition. Author's signed and dated presentation inscription on half-title: "Para a Olga // e para o João Luís, // com o grande aprêço // e a muita amizade // do tio Joaquim // Novembro 78". ---- First collected edition of these six novels dealing with contemporary Lisbon, @Ana Paula, @Ansiedade, @O caminho da culpa, @Tons verdes em fundo escuro, @Espelho de três faces, and @A corça prisioneira. The novels are preceded by an editorial note (pp. 9-12) and eight critical studies: "Ligeira apresentação do principal personagem" by Ribeiro Couto (pp. 29-32), "Joaquim Paço d'Arcos-Ensaio crítico seguido de um inquérito ao autor criticado" by Oscar Lopes (pp. 33-40), "O romancista" by António Álvaro Dória (pp. 41-50), "O processo da Burguesia" by Oscar Mendes (pp. 51-2), "O mundo dos figurantes" by Cruz Malpique (pp. 53-7), "Joaquim Paço d'Arcos: novelista e constista: by Hernani Cidade (pp. 58-64), "O teatro de Jaoquim Paço d'Arcos: Revisão da Sociedade portuguesa novecentista" by Fernando Mendonça (pp. 65-72), and "Cronologia da vida e da obra" by António Álvaro Dória (pp. 73-88). There are also four useful appendices.---- See Luís Forjaz Trigueiros in Machado, ed., @Dicionário de literatura portuguesa, pp. 359-60. Also @Dicionário cronológico de autores portugueses, IV, 364-6. Saraiva & Lopes, @História da literatura portuguesa (1976) p. 1127-8. @Grande enciclopédia XIX, 913. Bookseller Inventory # 25578

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Published by Lisbon, Publicações Alfa, 2001-2003. (2003)

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Item Description: Lisbon, Publicações Alfa, 2001-2003., 2003. 7 volumes. Large 8°, original printed wrappers. Some slight wear to a few of the wrappers. Internally as new. Overall in very good to fine condition. 7 volumes. ---- FIRST and ONLY EDITION. The individual volumes are:Volume I: @Das origens ao Cancioneiro Geral. 2001. 665 pp. Contributors to this volume include Ângela Maria Correia, António Manuel Andrade, Bernardo Vasconcelos e Sousa, Cristina Sobral, Irene Vieira Nunes, João Miguel Dionísio, João Soares de Carvalho, José Azevedo Ferreira, Manuel Célio Conceição, Manuel Francisco Ramos, Manuel Simões, Marcelino de Castro, Maria Aliete Galhoz, Maria Clara de Almeida Lucas, Maria Elsa Gonçalves, Maria Leonor Curado Neves, Paulo Jorge Meneses, Pedro Gomes Barbosa, Rui Carita, and Teresa Amado. Volume II: @Renascimento e maneirismo. 2001. 656 pp. Contributors to this volume include Aida Dias, Américo da Costa Ramalho, João Soares de Carvalho, João Augusto Cardos Bernardes, Maria Helena Duarte Santos, Oswaldo Manuel Silvestre, and Rita Marnoto. Volume III: @Da época barroca ao pré-romantismo. 2002. 553 pp. Contributors to this volume include João Soares de Carvalho, Aníbal Pinto de Castro, Marta Anacleto, Maria Lucília Gonçalves Pires, Maria de Lourdes C. Fernandes, Zulmira Coelho dos Santos, Margarida Vieira Mendes, José Oliveira Barata, Maria Luísa Malato Borralho, and Maria do Rosário Pontes. Volume IV: @O romantismo. 2003. 548 pp. Contributors to this volume include Álvaro Manuel Machado, João Soares Carvalho, José Augusto França, Margarida Cardoso, Maria de Fátima Outeirinho, Maria Isabel Pires de Lima, Maria João Simões, and Ofélia Paiva Monteiro. Volume V: @O Realismo e o Naturalismo. 2001. 461 pp. Carlos Reis, ed. Contributors to this volume include Álvaro Manuel Machado, Carlos Reis, Cristina Mello, Isabel Pires de Lima, José Augusto Cardoso Bernardes, Maria Aparecida Ribeiro, Maria Eduarda Santos, Maria Helena Santana, Maria João Simões, Maria José Sousa, Maria do Rosário Milheiro, Maria Saraiva de Jesus, and José Luís Pires Laranjeira. Volume VI: @Do simbolismo ao modernismo. 2003. 548 pp. Contributors to this volume include José Seabra Pereira (who is responsible for about half the chapters), João Barreira, Fernando Jorge Vieira Pimentel, Luiz Francisco Rebello, Ana Paula Guimarães, Fernando Cabral Martins, José Augusto França, and Fernando Guimarães. Volume VII: @As correntes contemporâneas. 2002. 609 pp. Óscar Lopes and Maria de Fátima Marinho, eds. Contributors to this volume include Maria de Fátima Marinho, Fernando Guimarães, Óscar Lopes, Paula Morão, Alexandre Pinheiro Torres, Luís Adriano Carlos, Fernando J.B. Martinho, Silvina Rodrigues Lopes, Arnaldo Saraiva, Isabel Allegro de Magalhães, Fernando Pinto do Amaral, Cristina Robalo Cordeiro, Clara Rocha, Rosa Maria Martelo, and Luís Mourão. ----. Bookseller Inventory # 37973

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