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Deus Pan. Contos rústicos e paisagens.

SANCHO, José Dias.

Published by Porto, Renascença Portuguesa, 1925., 1925
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8°, original illustrated wrappers (spine slightly soiled; a few very short tears). In very good to fine condition. 180 pp., (2 ll.). *** FIRST and ONLY EDITION of this collection of short stories. Dias Sancho (São Brás de Alportel, 1898-Faro, 1929), poet, journalist, fiction writer, critic and caricaturist, also wrote scathing attacks on Júlio Dantas and Alberto Forjaz de Sampaio (Os Idolos de Barro, 1920 and [1922]) and a parody of Dantas' A Ceia dos Cardiais, published when Dias Sancho was only 16 (A Ceia dos cábulas). He contributed to Contemporânea, among other reviews, directed the Lisbon newspaper A situação, and founded the Faro newspaper Correio do Sul, in the pages of which he engaged in a polemic with Raul Proença in 1928.Renascença Portuguesa was a cultural and civic group founded in 1911 by Teixeira de Pascoaes, Jaime Cortesão, Raúl Proença, António Sérgio, Leonardo Coimbra, Álvaro Pinto, Augusto Casimiro, and others. The group's literary review, Á Aguia, continued publication until 1932. Pascoaes, Proença, and Sérgio soon disagreed on the long-term goals of Renascença Portuguesa, and the movement became the mouthpiece of Saudosismo. The educational influence of the Renascença Portuguesa continued to be felt through its Universidades Populares and hundreds of publications under the Renascença Portuguesa imprint on history, law, economy, literature, etc. On Renascença Portuguesa, see Mário Garcia in Biblos IV, 694.*** On the author, see Dicionário cronológico de autores portugueses, III, 534; also Grande enciclopedia XXVII, 23. Not in Hollis. Not in Orbis. NUC: NcU. Bookseller Inventory # 21181

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Title: Deus Pan. Contos rústicos e paisagens.

Publisher: Porto, Renascença Portuguesa, 1925.

Publication Date: 1925

Binding: Soft cover

Edition: 1st Edition

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