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TORGAL, Adosinda Providência, and Clotilde Correia Botelho, eds.

Published by Lisbon, Dom Quixote, 2000. (2000)

ISBN 10: 9722018000 ISBN 13: 9789722018005

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Item Description: Lisbon, Dom Quixote, 2000., 2000. 317 pp., (11 ll.), illustrated. 8°, original wrappers with printed label tipped on to front cover. As new. ---- FIRST and ONLY EDITION of this anthology. Poets included are Alberto d'Oliveira, Fernando Pessoa, António Botto, Miguel Torga, Ruy Cinatti, Raul de Carvalho, Natércia Freire, Carlos de Oliveira, Eugénio de Andrade, António de Ramos Rosa, Gastão Cruz, Jaime Cortesão, Alberto Monsaraz, Irene Lisboa, Sophia de Mello Breyner Andresen, Vasco Graça Moura, Afonso Lopes Vieira, Adolfo Casais Monteiro, António Manuel Couto Viana, Alexandre O'Neill, Fernanda Botelho, David Mourão Ferreira, Alberto de Lacerda, João Rui de Sousa, Fiama Hasse Pais Brandão, Cesário Verde, Sílvio Rebello, João Miguel Fernandes Jorge, José Gomes Ferreira, Fernanda de Castro, Francisco Bugalho, Tomaz Ribas, Luís Amaro, João Carlos González, Armando Silva Carvalho, António Barahoma, Rui Belo, Paulo José Miranda, Gomes Leal, António Gedeão, Manuel Alegre, António José Forte, António Osório, Cristovam Pavia, Pedro Tamen, Y.K.Centeno, Nuno Júdice, Abel Neves, José Tolentino Mendonça, José Newton, Almada Negreiros, Armindo Rodrigues, Carlos Queirós, Mário Dionísio, Helder Moura Pereira, João de Deus, Natália Correia, Eduíno de Jesus, Fernando Pinto do Amaral, Alberto Pimenta, Jorge de Sena, José Bento, Luiza Neto Jorge, Luisa Costa Gomes, Tomás Ribeiro, Almeida Garret, Gomes Leal, Casimiro de Brito, José António Gonçalves, Manuel da Fonseca, João Camilo, António Gancho, Paulo José Miranda, Teixeira de Pascoaes, Alfredo Guisado, António Nobre, Pedro da Silveira, Maria Teresa Horta, Fernando Assis Pacheco, Daniel Filipe, Helder Macedo, J.C. Ary dos Santos, João Camilo, Al Berto, and Joaquim Pessoa.---- OCLC: 46653633 (25 locations, including HathiTrust Digital Library; at least some locations appear to be links to an online copy). Porbase locates four copies: Biblioteca Pública Municipal do Porto, Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal, Casa Fernando Pessoa-Lisboa, and Biblioteca Geral da Universidade de Coimbra. Copac locates a single copy, at Cambridge University. Bookseller Inventory # 10634

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Item Description: Rarebooksclub.com, United States, 2013. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 246 x 189 mm. Language: English Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1877 edition. Excerpt: .Lobos. They crossed the ravines, and ascended the mountain whence they beheld the entrance to the Port of San Francisco, (the Golden Gate). On the 4th of December they planted the symbol of Christianity on the most elevated point close to where now stands the castle or fortification of the National Government, that is, on the southern portion of what forms the mouth of the said harbor; on account of that being a spot upon which no Spaniard or Christian had yet trod, according to the narrative of Father Palou. That cross I saw myself, in the year 1829, having come to San Francisco on business pertaining to the military service. No location was at that time made, either for a garrison (Presidio) or Mission, as the severity of the winter months compelled the expedition to return to winter quarters at Monterey; and they verified it by going over the route that was taken by the expedition of 1769, which was by San Pedro, and Spanishtown, (Half Moon Bay), in the county of San Mateo, Point New Year, Santa Cruz City, Watsonville in Santa Cruz county, Pajaro City, Castroville, Salinas, and Monterey, which had been their starting point. In the year 1775, during the months of August and September, Captain Ayala entered the Bay of San Francisco, on board the packet-boat San Carlos, this being the first historically authenticated vessel that sailed into that bay. He remained forty days and explored it in all directions. Captain Ezeta and Father Palou came up from Monterey as far as the place where Rivera and the same Missionary Father had planted the mentioned cross, but they did not find the crew of the San Carlos. The next attempt to found a religious and military establishment at San Francisco proved successful. The. Bookseller Inventory # APC9781230008424

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Item Description: RareBooksClub.com. Paperback. Book Condition: New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 56 pages. Dimensions: 9.7in. x 7.4in. x 0.1in.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1877 edition. Excerpt: . . . Lobos. They crossed the ravines, and ascended the mountain whence they beheld the entrance to the Port of San Francisco, (the Golden Gate). On the 4th of December they planted the symbol of Christianity on the most elevated point close to where now stands the castle or fortification of the National Government, that is, on the southern portion of what forms the mouth of the said harbor; on account of that being a spot upon which no Spaniard or Christian had yet trod, according to the narrative of Father Palou. That cross I saw myself, in the year 1829, having come to San Francisco on business pertaining to the military service. No location was at that time made, either for a garrison (Presidio) or Mission, as the severity of the winter months compelled the expedition to return to winter quarters at Monterey; and they verified it by going over the route that was taken by the expedition of 1769, which was by San Pedro, and Spanishtown, (Half Moon Bay), in the county of San Mateo, Point New Year, Santa Cruz City, Watsonville in Santa Cruz county, Pajaro City, Castroville, Salinas, and Monterey, which had been their starting point. In the year 1775, during the months of August and September, Captain Ayala entered the Bay of San Francisco, on board the packet-boat San Carlos, this being the first historically authenticated vessel that sailed into that bay. He remained forty days and explored it in all directions. Captain Ezeta and Father Palou came up from Monterey as far as the place where Rivera and the same Missionary Father had planted the mentioned cross, but they did not find the crew of the San Carlos. The next attempt to found a religious and military establishment at San Francisco proved successful. The. . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Bookseller Inventory # 9781230008424

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GARCÍA VIÑOLAS, Manuel Augusto (Dtor)

Published by Embajada de Brasil en España, Madrid (1974)

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Item Description: Embajada de Brasil en España, Madrid, 1974. Rústica. 4 láminas en el texto. Ilustraciones en el texto (illustrator). 15x23 Sumario: Rumbos de la novela brasileña contemporánea: 1950-1970, por J. M. Parker; Génesis y desarrollo de un poema amazónico, por Raúl Bopp; Trozo de un epílogo sobre Machado de Assís, por Augusto Meyer; Habla el poeta de nuestro tiempo. Fernando Sabino entrevista a Carlos Drummond de Andrade; Poemas de Carlos Drummond de Andrade a Don Quijote; Recuerdo de Heitor Villa-Lobos, por Pedro Machado de Castro; En España comencé mi carrera como concertista (Ha dicho en Madrid el pianista brasileño Nelson Freire a Pedro Machado de Castro; Una antología de poesía brasileña, por Marcelo Moura; La noción del tiempo en Octavio de Faria, por M. Fátima. Religiones en Brasil 136 pp. Español Nº 38 Literatura Hispanoamericana,Estudios literarios extranjera,Brasil Libro. Bookseller Inventory # 33320

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Item Description: Paperback. Book Condition: New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. Fuente: Wikipedia. Pginas: 63. Captulos: Sergio Vieira de Mello, Oscar Niemeyer, Paulo Coelho, Ernesto Nazareth, Isabel de Brasil, Augusto Boal, Glria Pires, Joaquim Machado de Assis, Edson Zampronha, Did, Joo Havelange, Leon Hirszman, Peter Brian Medawar, Januaria Mara de Braganza, Fernando Collor de Mello, Joo Baptista Figueiredo, Fernanda Montenegro, Nathalia Dill, Fernando Henrique Cardoso, Alberto Dines, Roberto Moreno, Francisca de Braganza, Glauber Rocha, Jorge Ben Jor, Irasema Dilin, Antnio Fagundes, Amlcar Barbuy, Morena Baccarin, Afonso Henriques de Lima Barreto, Deborah Secco, Walter Salles, Barn del Ro Branco, Carlos Latuff, Francisco de Sales Torres Homem, Giovanna Antonelli, Christina Oiticica, Carlos Gregrio, Joaquim Pedro de Andrade, Jaques Morelenbaum, Cildo Meireles, Nando Carneiro, Carlos Alberto Parreira, Cssia Eller, Anthony Garotinho, Carlos Arthur Nuzman, Fernanda Torres, Raul Pompia, Paulinho da Viola, Jennifer ONeill, Royler Gracie, Cristina Ach, Nlida Pin, Csar Maia, Paulo Autuori, Augusto Rademaker, Washington Lus Pereira de Sousa, Olavo Bilac, Daniele Suzuki, Alinor Azevedo, Ryan Gracie, Daniel Filho, Paulo Roberto, Oscar Lorenzo Fernndez, Marcos Brunet, Antnio Augusto Carvalho Monteiro, Cludio Heinrich, Helosa Maria Buarque de Hollanda, Srgio Cabral Filho, Ricardo de Carvalho Duarte, Joo Barone, Pedro Luis de Orleans-Braganza, Roberto Marinho, Manuel Antnio de Almeida, Matheus Petinatti, Jamelo, Eugnio Gudin, J Soares, Agep, Antnio Lopes dos Santos, Carlos Lyra, Ana Richa, Euclydes Pontes, Octavio Frias, Rodrigo Gracie, Eduardo das Neves. Extracto: Paulo Coelho ( Ro de Janeiro, 24 de agosto de 1947) es un novelista, dramaturgo y letrista brasileo. Es uno de los escritores ms ledos del mundo con ms de 50 millones de libros vendidos en ms de 150 pases, traducidos a 71 lenguas. Ha recibido destacados premios y reconocimientos internacionales, como el premio Crystal Award que concede el Foro Econ. . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN. book. Bookseller Inventory # 9781232466277

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Item Description: Paperback. Book Condition: New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. Fuente: Wikipedia. Pginas: 50. Captulos: Alglogos de Brasil, Botnicos de Brasil, Miclogos de Brasil, Paleontlogos de Brasil, Pteridlogos de Brasil, Zologos de Brasil, Mrio Guimares Ferri, Fbio de Barros, Adolpho Ducke, Amaro Macedo, Frederico Carlos Hoehne, Alexander Kellner, Ludwig Riedel, Guilherme Schch Capanema, Rafael Trevisan, Byron Wilson Pereira de Albuquerque, Francisco Freire Allemo, Elizabeth de Araujo Schwarz, Balduno Rambo, Ricardo de Lemos Fres, Carl August Wilhelm Schwacke, Guido Jozef Braem, Ana Maria Giulietti, Emlio Augusto Goeldi, Maria do Carmo Mendes Marques, Manuel Arruda Cmara, Elsie Franklin Guimares, Jos Mariano da Conceio Vellozo, Carlos Toledo Rizzini, Renato Goldenberg, Albert Loefgren, Eddie Esteves Pereira, Friedrich Gustav Brieger, Graziela Maciel Barroso, Gustaf Edwall, Ezechias Paulo Heringer, Fritz Mller, Dalton Holland Baptista, Andr Maurcio Vieira de Carvalho, Giovanni Battista Libero Badar, Paulo de Campos Porto, Joo Semir, Jacques Huber, Roberto Anselmo Kautsky, Hermann Soyaux, Jorge Fontella, Johanna Dbereiner, Aylthon Brando Joly, Augusto Ruschi, Izonete de Jesus Arajo Aguiar, Rodrigo Schtz Rodrigues, Marcos Sobral, Marta Camargo de Assis, Manuel Augusto Piraj da Silva, Ladislau de Souza Mello Netto, Joo Barbosa Rodrigues, Joo Geraldo Kuhlmann, Alberto Jos de Sampaio, Jacques Samuel Blanchet, Anacreonte vila de Arajo, Raulino Reitz, Cssio Van den Berg, Liberato Joaquim Barroso, Antonio Luiz Vieira Toscano, Helio de Queiroz Boudet Fernandes, Jos Corra Gomes, Ana Zanin, Eduardo Luis Martins Catharino, Carlos Stellfeld, Luiz Emygdio de Mello Filho, Oswaldo Handro, Lou Christian Menezes, William Antnio Rodrigues, Ricardo de Sousa Secco, Alessandro Rapini, Nagib Saddi, Gregrio Bondar, Joaquim Franco de Toledo, Vitorino Paiva Castro, Marcus A. Nadruz, Moyss Kuhlmann, Ricardo de Azevedo Loureno, Marcos Antonio Campacci, Elizabeth Herrera de Lamare, Maria de Ftima Agra, Guido Frederico J. . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN. book. Bookseller Inventory # 9781231361122

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Item Description: Paperback. Book Condition: New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. Fonte: Wikipedia. Pginas: 111. Captulos: Assis Chateaubriand, Antonio Palocci, Joaquim Policarpo Aranha, Lus Afonso Mendes, Guilherme Afif Domingos, Ibrahim de Almeida Nobre, Roberto Simonsen, Menotti Del Picchia, Angelo Andrea Matarazzo, Newton Lima Neto, Geraldo Ribeiro de Sousa Resende, Cssio Egdio de Queirs Aranha, Cozo Taguchi, Adriano Jlio de Barros, Antnio Proost Rodovalho, Ademir da Guia, Jos Maria de Almeida, Rubens Paiva, Sidnei Franco da Rocha, Estvo Marcolino de Figueiredo, Edmir Chedid, Antnio de Queirs Teles, conde da Parnaba, Netinho de Paula, Romeu Italo Ripoli, Carlos Norberto de Sousa Aranha, Jos de Freitas Valle, Antnio de Queirs Teles, baro de Jundia, Nabi Abi Chedid, Tefilo Dias, Soninha Francine, Carlota Pereira de Queirs, Alferes Custdio Manuel Alves, Marco Aurlio Ubiali, Uebe Rezeck, Jos Luiz de Frana Penna, Jos Afonso Lobato, Paulo Renato Souza, Arlindo Joaquim de Lemos Jnior, Bresser Pereira, Rodrigo Garcia, Csar Lacerda de Vergueiro, Venceslau de Queirs, Jos Egdio de Sousa Aranha, Miguel Vicente Cury, Eli Chaves, Zulai Cobra, Flavio Flores da Cunha Bierrenbach, Augusto Carlos da Silva Teles, Levy Fidelix, Antnio Carlos Ribeiro de Andrada Machado e Silva, Joselyr Benedito Silvestre, Lus Augusto de Queirs Aranha, Jlio de Mesquita Filho, Martim Francisco Ribeiro de Andrada, Gabriel Chalita, Manoel Alexandre Marcondes Machado, Ruy Hellmeister Novaes, Barjas Negri, Arnaldo Jardim, Francisco Jos da Conceio, Antnio Francisco de Andrade Couto, Euclydes Camargo Madeira, Jos Mauro Barcellos, Lauro Pricles Gonalves, Baleia Rossi, Jos Roberto Magalhes Teixeira, Celso Frateschi, Jos Onrio da Silva, Bator, Bento Pereira Bueno, Alda Marco Antnio, Sandra Regina Machado, Francisco Nicolau Baruel, Antnio Vieira de Oliveira Neves, Valdomiro Lopes da Silva Jnior, Rui Costa Pimenta, Jos Caetano de Lima, Antnio Mendona de Barros, Francisco Amaral, Rogrio Buratti, Raul Brunini, Fernando Cruz Pimentel, J. . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN. book. Bookseller Inventory # 9781231413296

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Published by Princeton University Press (2007)

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Item Description: Princeton University Press, 2007. Book Condition: Used. This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: On The Novel ix 1.1. A STRUGGLE FOR SPACE 1 From Oral to Written: An Anthropological Breakthrough in Storytelling by JACK GOODY 3 The Control of the Imagination and the Novel by LUIZ COSTA LIMA 37 Historiography and Fiction in Chinese Culture by HENRY Y. H. ZHAO 69 The Novel on Trial by WALTER SITI 94 1.2. P OLYGENESIS The Ancient Greek Novel: A Single Model or a Plurality of Forms? by TOMAS HGG 125 Medieval French Romance by ALBERTO VARVARO 156 The Novel in Premodern China by ANDREW H. PLAKS 181 Critical Apparatus: The Semantic Field of "Narrative" Stefano Levi Della Torre, Midrash 217 Maurizio Bettini, Mythos/Fabula 225 Adriana Boscaro, Monogatari 241 Judith T. Zeitlin, Xiaoshuo 249 Abdelfattah Kilito, Qisa 262 Piero Boitani, Romance 269 Maria Di Salvo, Povest' 283 1.3. THE EUROPEAN ACCELERATION The Short, Happy Life of the Novel in Spain by JOAN RAMON RESINA 291 313 Forms of Popular Narrative in France and England: 1700-1900 by DANIEL COU{{Eacute}}GNAS The Rise of Fictionality by CATHERINE GALLAGHER 336 Serious Century by FRANCO MORETTI 364 The Ruse of the Russian Novel by WILLIAM MILLS TODD III 401 1.4. THE CIRCLE WIDENS Critical Apparatus: The Market for Novels-Some Statistical Profiles James Raven, Britain, 1750-1830 429 John Austin, United States, 1780-1850 455 Giovanni Ragone, Italy, 1815-1870 466 Elisa Mart-Lpez and Mario Santana, Spain, 1843-1900 479 Priya Joshi, India, 1850-1900 495 Jonathan Zwicker, Japan, 1850-1900 509 Wendy Griswold, Nigeria, 1950-2000 521 The Sign of the Voice: Orality and Writing in the United States by ALESSANDRO PORTELLI 531 The Long Nineteenth Century of the Japanese Novel by JONATHAN ZWICKER 553 Epic and Novel in India by MEENAKSHI MUKHERJEE 596 The Novel of a Continent: Latin America by GERALD MARTIN 632 The Extroverted African Novel by EILEEN JULIEN 667 1.5. TOWARD WORLD LITERATURE The Novelists' International by MICHAEL DENNING 703 Fecundities of the Unexpected: Magical Realism, Narrative, and History by ATO QUAYSON 726 Readings: Traditions in Contact Abdelfattah Kilito, Al-Saq 'ala al-saq f im a huwa al-Faryaq (Ahmad Faris Shidya q, Paris, 1855) 759 Norma Field, Drifting Clouds (Futabatei Shimei, Japan, 1887-1889) 766 Jale Parla, A Carriage Affair (Recaizade Mahmut Ekrem, Turkey, 1896) 775 Jongyon Hwang, The Heartless (Yi Kwangsu, Korea, 1917) 781 M. Keith Booker, Chaka (Thomas Mofolo, South Africa, 1925) 786 M. R. Ghanoonparvar, The Blind Owl (Sadeq Hedayat, Iran, 1941) 794 Readings: Americas Alessandro Portelli, Uncle Tom's Cabin (Harriet Beecher Stowe, United States, 1852) 805 Roberto Schwarz, Posthumous Memoirs of Brs Cubas ( J. M. Machado de Assis, Brazil, 1880) 816 Jonathan Arac, Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (Mark Twain, United States, 1884) 841 Ernesto Franco, Pedro Pramo ( Juan Rulfo, Mexico, 1955) 855 Stephanie Merrim, Grande Serto: Veredas ( Joo Guimares Rosa, Brazil, 1956) 862 Jos Miguel Oviedo, The Death of Artemio Cruz (Carlos Fuentes, Mexico, 1962) 870 Clarisse Zimra, Lone Sun (Daniel Maximin, Guadeloupe, 1981) 876 Alessandro Portelli, Beloved (Toni Morrison, United States, 1987) 886 Contributors 893 Author Index 897 Works Cited Index 907. Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_usedgood_0691127182

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Item Description: Princeton University Press, 2007. Book Condition: New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: On The Novel ix 1.1. A STRUGGLE FOR SPACE 1 From Oral to Written: An Anthropological Breakthrough in Storytelling by JACK GOODY 3 The Control of the Imagination and the Novel by LUIZ COSTA LIMA 37 Historiography and Fiction in Chinese Culture by HENRY Y. H. ZHAO 69 The Novel on Trial by WALTER SITI 94 1.2. P OLYGENESIS The Ancient Greek Novel: A Single Model or a Plurality of Forms? by TOMAS HGG 125 Medieval French Romance by ALBERTO VARVARO 156 The Novel in Premodern China by ANDREW H. PLAKS 181 Critical Apparatus: The Semantic Field of "Narrative" Stefano Levi Della Torre, Midrash 217 Maurizio Bettini, Mythos/Fabula 225 Adriana Boscaro, Monogatari 241 Judith T. Zeitlin, Xiaoshuo 249 Abdelfattah Kilito, Qisa 262 Piero Boitani, Romance 269 Maria Di Salvo, Povest' 283 1.3. THE EUROPEAN ACCELERATION The Short, Happy Life of the Novel in Spain by JOAN RAMON RESINA 291 313 Forms of Popular Narrative in France and England: 1700-1900 by DANIEL COU{{Eacute}}GNAS The Rise of Fictionality by CATHERINE GALLAGHER 336 Serious Century by FRANCO MORETTI 364 The Ruse of the Russian Novel by WILLIAM MILLS TODD III 401 1.4. THE CIRCLE WIDENS Critical Apparatus: The Market for Novels-Some Statistical Profiles James Raven, Britain, 1750-1830 429 John Austin, United States, 1780-1850 455 Giovanni Ragone, Italy, 1815-1870 466 Elisa Mart-Lpez and Mario Santana, Spain, 1843-1900 479 Priya Joshi, India, 1850-1900 495 Jonathan Zwicker, Japan, 1850-1900 509 Wendy Griswold, Nigeria, 1950-2000 521 The Sign of the Voice: Orality and Writing in the United States by ALESSANDRO PORTELLI 531 The Long Nineteenth Century of the Japanese Novel by JONATHAN ZWICKER 553 Epic and Novel in India by MEENAKSHI MUKHERJEE 596 The Novel of a Continent: Latin America by GERALD MARTIN 632 The Extroverted African Novel by EILEEN JULIEN 667 1.5. TOWARD WORLD LITERATURE The Novelists' International by MICHAEL DENNING 703 Fecundities of the Unexpected: Magical Realism, Narrative, and History by ATO QUAYSON 726 Readings: Traditions in Contact Abdelfattah Kilito, Al-Saq 'ala al-saq f im a huwa al-Faryaq (Ahmad Faris Shidya q, Paris, 1855) 759 Norma Field, Drifting Clouds (Futabatei Shimei, Japan, 1887-1889) 766 Jale Parla, A Carriage Affair (Recaizade Mahmut Ekrem, Turkey, 1896) 775 Jongyon Hwang, The Heartless (Yi Kwangsu, Korea, 1917) 781 M. Keith Booker, Chaka (Thomas Mofolo, South Africa, 1925) 786 M. R. Ghanoonparvar, The Blind Owl (Sadeq Hedayat, Iran, 1941) 794 Readings: Americas Alessandro Portelli, Uncle Tom's Cabin (Harriet Beecher Stowe, United States, 1852) 805 Roberto Schwarz, Posthumous Memoirs of Brs Cubas ( J. M. Machado de Assis, Brazil, 1880) 816 Jonathan Arac, Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (Mark Twain, United States, 1884) 841 Ernesto Franco, Pedro Pramo ( Juan Rulfo, Mexico, 1955) 855 Stephanie Merrim, Grande Serto: Veredas ( Joo Guimares Rosa, Brazil, 1956) 862 Jos Miguel Oviedo, The Death of Artemio Cruz (Carlos Fuentes, Mexico, 1962) 870 Clarisse Zimra, Lone Sun (Daniel Maximin, Guadeloupe, 1981) 876 Alessandro Portelli, Beloved (Toni Morrison, United States, 1987) 886 Contributors 893 Author Index 897 Works Cited Index 907. Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_new_0691127182

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MARTINS (J. P. Oliveira)

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Item Description: Parceria A. M. Pereira, Lisboa, 1926. In-8º XXIV-290 pp. B. Compilação de cartas trocadas entre o historiador e inúmeras personalidades da época, como Bulhão Pato, Ramalho Ortigão, Camilo, Eça, C. de Sabugosa, A. M. Pereira, etc. fac-simile de uma carta de D. Carlos. Mancha de água. Bookseller Inventory # 5175

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BRAGA, Jorge [de] Sousa, ed.

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Item Description: Lisbon, Assírio & Alvim, 2005., 2005. 182 pp., (1 l., 3 ll. adv., 1 l.). 8°, original illustrated wrappers. As new. ---- Anthology including works by Ahmed Shamlou, Ahmed Hasím, Alain Serres, Alan Brownjohn, Alexandre O'Neill, Alfonsina Storni, Archibald Macleish, Artur Lundkvist, Carl Sandburg, Carmen Bernos de Gasztold, Caitriona O'Reilly, Charles Simic, D.H. Lawrence, Dahlov Ipcar, David Campbell, E.J. Pratt, Edwin Morgan, Emily Dickinson, Eugenio Montale, Fernando Assis Pacheco, Riama Hasse Pais Brandão, Fleur Adcock, Francis Ponge, Guillaume Apollinaire, Guillermo Díaz Plaja, Hans Magnus Enzensberger, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Isidore Ducasse, James Dickey, Jean Follain, Jesús Munárriz, John Montague, Jorge Guillén, Jorie Graham, José Alberto Oliveira, José Emilio Pacheco, Joseph Brodsky, Juan José Arreola, Judith Wright, Li Bai, Louis Mac Neice, Margaret Atwood, Marianne Moore, Mary Oliver, Matsuo Bashô, Michel Rosen Nelly Sachs, Pablo Neruda, Paul Éluard, Pierre Chabert, Rainer Maria Rilke, René Char, Richard Murphy, Robert S. Oliver, Ruy Belo, Seamus Heaney, Ted Hughes, Thomas Hardy, Tom Durham, Umberto Saba, Valerie Worth, Vasko Popa, Vicente Aleixandre, Wallace Stevens, Walt Whitman, William Blake, William Carlos Williams, William Wordsworth, and Zbigniew Herbert, as well as anonymous poets from India, Madagascar and Nigeria.----. Bookseller Inventory # 15998

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Item Description: Rarebooksclub.com, United States, 2013. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 246 x 189 mm. Language: English Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1877 edition. Excerpt: .Lobos. They crossed the ravines, and ascended the mountain whence they beheld the entrance to the Port of San Francisco, (the Golden Gate). On the 4th of December they planted the symbol of Christianity on the most elevated point close to where now stands the castle or fortification of the National Government, that is, on the southern portion of what forms the mouth of the said harbor; on account of that being a spot upon which no Spaniard or Christian had yet trod, according to the narrative of Father Palou. That cross I saw myself, in the year 1829, having come to San Francisco on business pertaining to the military service. No location was at that time made, either for a garrison (Presidio) or Mission, as the severity of the winter months compelled the expedition to return to winter quarters at Monterey; and they verified it by going over the route that was taken by the expedition of 1769, which was by San Pedro, and Spanishtown, (Half Moon Bay), in the county of San Mateo, Point New Year, Santa Cruz City, Watsonville in Santa Cruz county, Pajaro City, Castroville, Salinas, and Monterey, which had been their starting point. In the year 1775, during the months of August and September, Captain Ayala entered the Bay of San Francisco, on board the packet-boat San Carlos, this being the first historically authenticated vessel that sailed into that bay. He remained forty days and explored it in all directions. Captain Ezeta and Father Palou came up from Monterey as far as the place where Rivera and the same Missionary Father had planted the mentioned cross, but they did not find the crew of the San Carlos. The next attempt to found a religious and military establishment at San Francisco proved successful. The. Bookseller Inventory # APC9781230008424

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OLIVEIRA MARTINS (J. P.)

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Item Description: Prefaciada e anotada por Francisco D Assis Oliveira Martins. Acompanhada dum autógrafo inédito de El-Rei D. Carlos. Parceria Antonio Maria Pereira Livraria. Lisboa. 1926. De 18x12 cm. Com 290 pags. Encadernação da época com lombada e cantos em percalina. Location/localizacao: 8-5-G-47. Bookseller Inventory # 1302IM002

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Item Description: Prefaciada e anotada por Francisco D"Assis Oliveira Martins., Acompanhada dum autógrafo inédito de El-Rei D. Carlos. Parceria Antonio Maria Pereira Livraria. Lisboa. 1926. De 19x13 cm. Com 287 pags. Encadernação do editor. Ilustrado. Location/localizacao: 9-5-F-010. Bookseller Inventory # 1206IM101

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OLIVEIRA MARTINS (Francisco D?Assis)

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Item Description: Acompanhada dum autógrafo inédito de El-Rei D. Carlos. Parceria António Maria Pereira Livraria. Lisboa. 1926. De 19x12 cm. Com 287 pags. Encadernação do editor. Ilustrado com a casa onde residiu Oliveira Martins no Porto. Exemplar com assinatura de posse na folha de rosto. Preserva capas de brochura. Location/localizacao: 8-7-G-28. Bookseller Inventory # 1109IM513

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Published by Wiley-Blackwell (2008)

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Item Description: Wiley-Blackwell, 2008. Book Condition: Used. This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: Notes on Contributors.Editor's Acknowledgments.Acknowledgments to Sources.Introduction (Sara Castro-Klaren, The Johns Hopkins University).Preamble: The Historical Foundation of Modernity/Coloniality and the Emergence of Decolonial Thinking (Walter D. Mignolo, Duke University).Part I: Coloniality.1. Mapping the Pre-Columbian Americas: Indigenous Peoples of the Americas and Western Knowledge (Gustavo Verdesio, University of Michigan).2. Writing Violence (Jos_ Rabasa, University of California, Berkeley).3. The Popol Wuj: The Repositioning and Survival of Mayan Culture (Carlos M. Lpez, Marshall University, Huntington, West Virginia).4. The Colegio Imperial de Santa Cruz de Tlatelolco and Its Aftermath: Nahua Intellectuals and the Spiritual Conquest of Mexico (Roco Cort_s, University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh).5. Memory and "Writing" in the Andes (Sara Castro-Klaren, The Johns Hopkins University).6. Writing the Andes (Sara Castro-Klaren, The Johns Hopkins University).7. Court Culture, Ritual, Satire, and Music in Colonial Brazil and Spanish America (Lcia Helena Costigan, Ohio State University).8. Violence in the Land of the Muisca: Juan Rodrguez Freile's El carnero (lvaro F_lix Bola_os (deceased) formerly University of Florida at Gainesville).9. The Splendor of Baroque Visual Arts (Lisa DeLeonardis, The Johns Hopkins University).10. History of a Phantom (Francisco A. Ortega, National University of Colombia, Bogotf).11. Colonial Religiosity: Convents, Nuns, Heretics, and Witches (Kathryn Joy McKnight, University of New Mexico).Part II: Transformations.12. The Tupac Amaru Rebellion: Anticolonialism and Protonationalism in Late Colonial Peru (Peter Elmore, University of Colorado, Boulder).13. The Caribbean in the Age of Enlightenment, 1788-1848 (Franklin W. Knight, The Johns Hopkins University).14. The Philosopher-Traveler: The Secularization of Knowledge in Spanish America and Brazil (Leila Gmez, University of Colorado, Boulder).15. The Haitian Revolution (Sibylle Fischer, New York University).Part III: The Emergence of National Communities in New Imperial Coordinates.16. The Gaucho and the Gauchesca (Abril Trigo, Ohio State University, Columbus).17. Andr_s Bello, Domingo Faustino Sarmiento, Manuel Gonzflez Parada, and Teresa de la Parra: Four Writers and Four Concepts of Nationhood (Nicolas Shumway, University of Texas, Austin).18. Reading National Subjects (Juan Poblete, University of California, Santa Cruz).19. For Love and Money: Of Potboilers and Precautions (Doris Sommer, Harvard University).Part IV: Uncertain Modernities.20. Shifting Hegemonies: The Cultural Politics of Empire (Fernando Degiovanni, Wesleyan University).21. Machado de Assis: The Meaning of Sardonic (Todd S. Garth, US Naval Academy, Annapolis).22. The Mexican Revolution and the Plastic Arts (Horacio Legras, University of California, Irvine).23. Anthropology, Pedagogy, and the Various Modulations of Indigenismo: Amauta, Tamayo, Arguedas, Sabogal, Bonfil Batalla (Javier Sanjin_s C., University of Michigan).24. Cultural Theory and the Avant-Gardes: Mariftegui, Mfrio de Andrade, Oswald de Andrade, Pag, Tarsila do Amaral, C_sar Vallejo (Fernando J. Rosenberg, Brandeis University).25. Latin American Poetry (Stephen M. Hart, University College London).26. Literature between the Wars: Macedonio Fernfndez, Jorge Luis Borges, and Felisberto Hernfndez (Adriana Bergero, University of California, Los Angeles).27. Narratives and Deep Histories: Freyre, Arguedas, Roa Bastos, Rulfo (Adriana Mich+le Campos Johnson, University of California, Irvine).28. The "Boom&. Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_usedgood_1405128062

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Charles Ferdinand Ramuz

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Item Description: Editorial Juventud, Barcelona, 1947. Rústica Editorial Ilus Con Sob. Book Condition: Excelente Estado. Dust Jacket Condition: Con Sobrecubiertas. Enric. C. Ricart---Enric Cristofol Ricart i Nin (illustrator). 1ª Ed. 233pp+ 6 xilografias fuera de texto y una viñeta dentro. Con xilografias de E.C. Ricart blanco y negro y color fuera de texto y dentro. Traduccion de Carlos Ventura, intonso desde pag 113, Edicion limitada de 1000 ejemplares en papel E.J. sin numerar. Sobre el autor::Charles-Ferdinand Ramuz (Lausana 24 de septiembre de 1878 - Pully 24 de mayo de 1947) fue el escritor más célebre suizo de lengua francesa de su tiempo.Ramuz nació en Lausana en el cantón de Vaud. Era nieto de campesinos e hijo de comerciantes, y fue educado en un instituto. Estudió a continuación letras en la Universidad de Lausana, 1897-1900. Inició pronto un diario, en 1895, que mantuvo a lo largo de su vida. Dio clases por corto tiempo en la cercana Aubonne y más tarde en Weimar, Alemania. En 1903, se trasladó a París donde permaneció hasta la primera guerra mundial, pero viajando frecuentemente a Suiza, que llegó a conocer muy bien.Su obra es muy extensa, y fue muy bien valorada por los grandes escritores de entonces (Gide, Aragon, Cocteau, Claudel, Zweig); luego, Juan Rulfo dijo que le habría gustado escribir Derborence, por su sobriedad y precisión. En 1903, Ramuz publicó Le petit village, una colección de poemas. Fundó con otros poetas La voie latine, revista francófona, pues ese aspecto, por encima del nacionalismo, está muy presente en sus escritos. Empieza a encontrar su estilo con Aline, 1905. y Jean-Luc persécuté, 1908. Más aún con la redacción de Aimé Pache, en 1911, y Vie de Samuel Belet, en 1913.En 1914, Ramuz regresó a Suiza, donde se retiró para dedicarse a escribir sobre la naturaleza, su poder y destrucción, sobre su peso sobre los hombres de la montaña, cuyos tipos dibuja colectivamente, sin quererles dar un toque psicológico. Destacan Terre du ciel, Le règne de l'esprit maligne, ambos de 1922; así como La grande peure dans la montagne, 1925, y Derborence, de 1934, sus dos novelas más conocidas, en las que late una especie de simbolismo natural de carácter trágico, cerca del fluir de una vida al lado y dependiente de un paisaje acechante.Después destacó por una serie de cuatro ensayos, donde Ramuz volcó su experiencia vital. Destaca, por otro lado, que desde 1915 inició una profunda amistad con Stravinsky; y que escribió la Historia de un soldado, que éste puso música en 1918. Fue galardonado en 1929 con el Prix Romand, que dio cierta holgura a su vida. Murió en Pully, cerca de Lausana en el año 1947. La Fundación C.F. Ramuz en Pully, otorga el Gran Premio C.F. Ramuz. Pero, sobre todo, su ejemplo como escritor empeñado por concebir un gran relato con pocos medios perdura. SOBRE EL ILUSTRADOR:: Enric Cristòfor Ricart y Nin, Enric Cristòfor Ricart y Nin ( Vilanova i la Geltrú , 1893 - 1960 ) fue un grabador y pintor catalán.Estudià a l'Escola d'Art de Francesc d'Assís Galí , ia l'Escola de Bells Oficis. Estudió en la Escuela de Arte de Francesc d'Assís Galí , y en la Escuela de Bellos Oficios. També fou membre fundador de l' Agrupació Courbet . También fue miembro fundador de la Agrupación Courbet .Col laborà a les revistes L'Instant , Trossos , Themis , Jordi i Prisma . Colaboró en las revistas L'Instant, Trozos, Themis, Jordi y Prisma.Il lustrà amb els seus gravats al boix nombrosos llibres com Aleluyas (de Santiago Vinardell , 1919 ), La vida se sueño (de Calderón de la Barca ), Àncores i estrelles (de Sagarra , 1935 ) i L'Odissea (d' Homer , 1948 ) i va ser el representant més destacat de la renaixença de la xilografia catalana al primer terç del segle XX. Ilustró con sus grabados en boj numerosos libros como aleluyas (de Santiago Vinardell , 1919 ), La vida se sueño (de Calderón de la Barca ), Anclas y estrellas (de Sagarra , 1935 ) y La Odisea (de Homero , 1948 ) y fue el representante más destacado del renacimiento de la xilografía catalana en el primer tercio del siglo XX.A la Biblioteca Balaguer es conserven bona part dels seus gravats i els seus àlbums de proves d'artista. En la Biblioteca Balaguer se conservan buena parte de sus graba. Bookseller Inventory # 006130

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