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Andrade, Mario de

Published by Livraria Martins Editora S.A., São Paulo (1972)

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Item Description: Livraria Martins Editora S.A., São Paulo, 1972. Softcover. Book Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. Third Edition. Book is in the Portuguese language. Sound binding. Pages off-white, clean. Wraps have handling wear including spine creasing. ; Short fiction by Brazilian author Mario de Andrade (1893-1945). ; 8.25" tall; 163 pages. Bookseller Inventory # 4260034

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Mario de Andrade.

Published by Editora Itatiaia Limitada (1983)

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Item Description: Editora Itatiaia Limitada, 1983. paperback. Book Condition: VERY GOOD. Very good condition. White softcover with sepia photograph of children on front cover; stitched binding for long life; 113pp. Cover has slight wear (bottom 1/2 inch of spine is torn); most of first page heavily tanned as if newspaper clipping had been laid in. Interior otherwise like new. **We provide professional service and individual attention to your order, daily shipments, and sturdy packaging. FREE TRACKING WITHIN USA. OVERSEAS ORDERS-FREE UPGRADE TO PRIORITY ENVELOPE. Bookseller Inventory # 47820

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ANDRADE, Mário de:

Published by Sâo Paulo, Martins, 1980. (1980)

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Item Description: Sâo Paulo, Martins, 1980., 1980. 163 pp. 8vo., rústica. Bookseller Inventory # 20179

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ANDRADE, Garibaldino [Oliveira da Conceição], and Leonel Cosme, editors.

Published by Sá da Bandeira, Angola, Publicações Imbondeiro, 1961. (1961)

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Item Description: Sá da Bandeira, Angola, Publicações Imbondeiro, 1961., 1961. Large 8°, original illustrated wrappers (minor wear at edges, scattered small brownstains on lower wrapper). Cover design by Fernando Marques. Small printer's device on title page. Light browning. In very good condition. Eight-line inscription signed by the author Cândido da Velha, dated 1961, written warmly to Maria Helena [illegible] - possibly a fellow writer. 235 pp., (2 ll.). *** FIRST and ONLY EDITION. Short stories by Angolan authors: Leonel Cosme, Lilia da Fonseca, Luís Ataída Banazol, Mário António, António Narino e Silva, Rebello de Andrade, Costa Andrade, Oscar Ribas, Cochat Osório, Eduardo Teófilo, and Garibaldino de Andrade. The cover design is by Fernando Marques. The introduction (@Propósito) is signed by Garibaldino de Andrade and Leonel Cosme.Imbondeiro was established by Garibaldino de Andrade and Leonel Cosme in January 1960 in Sá da Bandeira (now Lumbango). A monthly publication, @Colecção Imbondeiro, aimed to disseminate the literature of Portugal's colonies. Within a few months, its circulation had reached two thousand. Imbondeiro also published multi-volume anthologies, including @Mákua (poetry), @Dendela (children's literature), @Imbondeiro Gigante (short stories), @Livro de Bolso Imbondeiro (short stories, novellas, and dramas), @Contos d'Africa and @Novos contos d'Africa. In these and the 68 issues of the @Colecção Imbondeiro, the Imbondeiro press introduced more than sixty authors who were significant in the literature of the Portuguese colonies. Imbondeiro was the largest publisher of its time in Angola. Its rival in publishing authors in the Portuguese colonies was the Casa dos Estudantes do Império, based in Lisbon, whose Colecção Autores Ultramarinos tended to be more favorable to the Portuguese government. Imbondeiro was so influential that in 1965 the Portuguese authorities shut it down, based partly on the fact that some of Imbondeiro's authors had expressed disaffection with the government.@Provenance: Cândido Manuel de Oliveira da Velha (b. Ílhavo, district of Aveiro, 1933), son of a deep-sea fisherman, studied in Aveiro before moving to Lisbon in 1951 and Angola in 1957. There he joined the Sociedade Cultural de Angola, which was shut down in 1965 by the governor-general. His professional life put him in contact with the working classes in Luanda, Huambo, Bié, Benguela, Cuanza-Sul, Huíla, and Moçâmedes, which had a profound influence on his poetry. From 1958 to 1975 he collaborated on many periodicals in Luanda, including @A Província de Angola, Jornal de Angola, and @Prisma. He returned to Portugal in 1975, settling in Baixo Alentejo. Principal works include @Quero-te, Intangîvel, Africa, 1963, @As idades de pedra, 1969, @Corporália, 1972, @Signo de Caranguejo, 1972, @Memória breve de uma cidade, 1988, and @Navio dentro do mapa, 1994. Velha was awarded the Prémio da Anangola, 1959, the Prémio de Poesia da Associação dos Naturais de Angola in 1963, and the Prémio Motta Veiga, 1969.*** Moser and Ferreira, @New Bibliography of the Lusophone Literatures of Africa, nº 1528: listing it under Garibaldino de [Oliveira da Conceição] Andrade and Leonel Cosme. On the Imbondeiro press, see Leonel Cosme in @Biblos III, 1157-58, and Soares, @Notícia da literatura angolana p. 208. Not located in Porbase. Copac locates copies at British Library, King's College London, Oxford University, and Manchester University. Bookseller Inventory # 25492

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