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Fabio Belo, E Outros

Published by Kbr, United States (2015)

ISBN 10: 8581803938 ISBN 13: 9788581803937

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About this Item: Kbr, United States, 2015. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: Portuguese . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Os textos reunidos neste volume, associando a psicologia do homem ao direito, ao cinema, a literatura e a musica, resultam de extensa e instigante pesquisa apresentada em agosto de 2014 durante o Encontro Nacional de Pesquisa em Psicanalise: Os Ciumes dos Homens, em Belo Horizonte. Entre os autores, alem do organizador Fabio Belo e de Paulo de Carvalho Ribeiro, estao Alberto Luiz Rodrigues Timo, Barbara Nunes de Melo, Daniel Bruno dos Reis, Helena Godoy, Izabela Dias Velludo Roman, Jhonatan J. Miranda, Julineia Soares da Costa, Kaio Adriano Batista Fidelis, Marcela Reda Guimaraes, Michelle Aguilar Dias Santos e Paula Dias Moreira Penna. A pesquisadora Marilia Etienne Arreguy participa como autora convidada. Seller Inventory # APC9788581803937

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Fabio Belo, E Outros

Published by Kbr, United States (2015)

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About this Item: Kbr, United States, 2015. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: Portuguese . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Os textos reunidos neste volume, associando a psicologia do homem ao direito, ao cinema, a literatura e a musica, resultam de extensa e instigante pesquisa apresentada em agosto de 2014 durante o Encontro Nacional de Pesquisa em Psicanalise: Os Ciumes dos Homens, em Belo Horizonte. Entre os autores, alem do organizador Fabio Belo e de Paulo de Carvalho Ribeiro, estao Alberto Luiz Rodrigues Timo, Barbara Nunes de Melo, Daniel Bruno dos Reis, Helena Godoy, Izabela Dias Velludo Roman, Jhonatan J. Miranda, Julineia Soares da Costa, Kaio Adriano Batista Fidelis, Marcela Reda Guimaraes, Michelle Aguilar Dias Santos e Paula Dias Moreira Penna. A pesquisadora Marilia Etienne Arreguy participa como autora convidada. Seller Inventory # APC9788581803937

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Projecto de lei do divorcio em Portugal: Mesquita, Luiz de

Mesquita, Luiz de

Published by [various publishers] 1910-1947, Lisboa / Porto (1910)

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About this Item: [various publishers] 1910-1947, Lisboa / Porto, 1910. Half-cloth. 16x12cm, (386) pp., Contemporary binder's crude blind half-cloth, with original cover wrappers bound-in. This is a single volume containing 4 books bound together, all in Portuguese, published between 1910-1947. Includes: 1) Luiz de Mesquita " Projecto de lei do divorcio em Portugal" [Lisboa, Guimaraes & Co, 1910, 62 pp]; anonymous "Restos da monarchia a dentro da Santa Casa da Misericordia do Porto" [Porto, Typ. Progressio, 1911, 116 pp. Not listed in Worldcat]; 3) Ramalho Ortigão"Carta de um velho a um novo. Precedida de um estudo de Alberto de Monsaraz sobre a Politica de Ramalho e seguida da resposta de João Do Amaral" [Lisboa, 1947, 96pp, with three handwrtitten pages of notes on cover verso, half-title and half-title-verso]; 4) Orison Swett Marden "A Influencia do optismo e da alegria na saude fisica e moral" [ Porto, Liv. Tavares Martins, nd (ca. 1923),112 pp]. Rubbed. Small stain to cover. Some page browning. Good. Seller Inventory # 023095

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BRAGA. (Theophilo)

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About this Item: Soft Cover. Condition: Good. Precedido de um estudo da Poesia Moderna Portugueza. Por . Professor de Litteraturas modernas no Curso Superior de Lettras. Francisco Arthur da Silva - Editor. Lisboa. 1877. De 20x13 cm. Com LXIV, 319 págs. Brochado. Exemplar com picos de humidade nas capas de brochura. Colectânea de líricos portugueses, brasileiros e galegos contemporâneos, precedida de um estudo introdutório em que se defende a unidade étnica das tradições literárias do Brasil, da Galiza e de Portugal. A obra estrutura-se em três partes, apresentando pela mesma ordem recolhas de poemas portugueses, brasileiros e galegos, de que destacamos a generosa recolha de cantos populares galegos e os nomes de: Almeida Garret, A. F. de Castilho, Alexandre Herculano, João de Lemos, D. João de Azevedo, A. X. Rodrigues Cordeiro, Luiz Augusto Palmeirim, Augusto Lima, A. A. Soares de Passos, S., Alexandre Braga, I. S. da Silva Ferraz, A. C. Louzada, Henrique Augusto, Augusto Luso, Julio Diniz (Gomes Coelho), Alvares de Azevedo, Gonçalves Dias, Casimiro de Abreu, Junqueira Freire, Gonçalves Magalhães, Fagundes Varella, Castro Alves, Joaquim Serra, Sousa Pinto, Bernardo Guimarães, Machado Assis, Bruno de Seabra, D. Rosalia Castro de Murguía, Alberto Camino, Valentin Carvajal e Ruiz Aguilera. Language: Português / Portuguese Location/localizacao: 9-25-F-5. Seller Inventory # 1801JR056

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About this Item: Civilização Brasileira, Rio de Janeiro, 2010. Condition: nuevo. Primera edición en 2003. Incluye subrayados y anotaciones. 669 páginas. Seller Inventory # 135078

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A MAIOR DOR HUMANA.: DEUS. (João de)

DEUS. (João de)

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About this Item: Hard Cover. Condition: Good. Coroa de Saudades, Offerecida a Theophilo Braga e sua esposa, Para a sepultura de seus filhos, Por . E entretecida pela piedade de Camillo Castello Branco, Bulhão Pato, Luiz Guimarães, Fernando Leal, Teixeira Bastos, João Diniz, Christovam Ayres, N. de Lacerda, Cyrillo Machado, Henrique Lopes de Mendonça, José de Sousa Monteiro, C. de Carvalho, Alvaro Castellões, D. Maria A. Vaz de Carvalho, A. Azevedo Castello Branco, Joaquim D'Araujo, Alberto Telles, A. Vidal, Alberto Bramão, Fernandes Costa, C. M. Silva, Albertina Paraiso, Alice Moderno, Filinto d'Almeida, J. I. Araujo, Alfredo Gallis, M. Augusto do Amaral, M. J. Dias, A .C. Faria e Maia, Eugenio Moniz, M. Pereira de Lacerda, E. Rebello, João Hermeto, Alfredo Avellar, A. Moraes Pinto, Julio Cesar Machado, J. Cecilio de Sousa, Pinheiro Chagas, A. Pimentel, Gomes da Silva, Armando da Silva, F. M. Supico, Guerra Junqueiro. Dada à estampa pela amizade de Anselmo de Moraes. Porto. 1889. De 19x13 cm. Com 172 págs. Encadernação de grande beleza em tela verde, com o título gravado a ouro sobre a lombada e pasta anterior de encadernação. Exemplar com dedicatória de João de Deus ao aguarelista Ricardo Hogan (1843-1891). Obra de grande raridade e interesse sociológico em que se condensam poesias e alocuções de imprensa expressando pesar pelo falecimento prematuro de Theophilo Braga, Filho e Maria da Graça Braga, filhos de Theophilo Braga. Language: Português / Portuguese Location/localizacao: 9-23-C-48. Seller Inventory # 1802JR038

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About this Item: Rio de Janeiro and Paris, H. Garnier (printed Paris: Tip. H. Garnier), 1907., 1907. 8°, publisher's dark green quarter cloth over printed boards (wear at corners; short split to upper joint near head of spine), smooth spine with original printed paper label. A bit shaken. Overall in good condition. Autograph ink inscription on half title of Luiz do Rêgo Barreto da Fonseca Magalhães Pereira Leite da Costa e Silva, 1º Conde de Almarjão (Lisbon 1874-Carcavelos 1950), with penciled note in the same hand: "Está esgotado em 1922 Almarjão." His monogram blindstamp in upper outer corner of the same page and of title page. Penciled note in the same hand on title page. Additional autograph of the first Conde de Almarjão on title verso. (3 ll.), 519 pp. *** This tenth edition is the first to contain the substantial contribution of Olivo Bilac, covering 1823 to 1905. The ninth edition (190-?) contained only 397 pages.The work was begun by Joaquim Manoel de Macedo (1820-1882), a native of Itaboraí, Rio de Janeiro, who is usually considered the first Brazilian novelist. His A Moreninha, published in 1844, was a tremendous popular success and is still read today. Macedo had tremendous influence as a novelist, was an important force in Brazilian theater, and was one of the most prolific authors Brazil has ever produced. He taught history and geography at the Colégio Pedro II, and was tutor of Princess Isabel's children.When he died he had completed this work only up to 1823. The editor asked Olavo Bilac, already a famous writer, to complete the Lições. Bilac wrote the sections covering 1823 to 1905 (pp. 345-513), attempting to match Macedo's tone. Bilac (1865-1918), a native of Rio de Janeiro, began but did not complete courses in medicine and law; instead he decided to devote himself to literature, and from his home in Rio de Janeiro began contributing extensively to periodicals. His first poems appeared in the Gazeta acadêmica in 1883. Major works following the appearance of Poesias in 1888 include Crônicas e novelas (1894), Sagres (1898), an expanded edition of Poesias (1902), and Tarde, published posthumously in 1919. In the last years of his life Bilac lectured throughout Brazil on national defense, specifically advocating compulsory military service. He was a charter member of the Academia Brasileira de Letras.Bilac, Raimundo Correia, Alberto de Oliveira, and Vicente de Carvalho were the four major poets of the Brazilian Parnassian school, which reacted against the excesses of Romanticism beginning in the 1870s. Of these four, the critics preferred Correia, but the public favored Bilac, and he was often referred to as the "Prince of Brazilian poets." In the years immediately following his death, before Modernism took hold, Bilac was the most widely read and imitated Brazilian poet.*** Copac locates the present edition at the National Library of Scotland only, and a later edition at Oxford University. No edition located in Porbase. Hollis and Orbis both locate only the fourth edition, 1877. NUC: CSt, LNHT, TxU. Seller Inventory # 22219

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CASTRO, Eugénio de.

Published by Coimbra, Francisco França Amado, 1894. (1894)

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About this Item: Coimbra, Francisco França Amado, 1894., 1894. 8°, original illustrated wrappers (some light soiling). Title page printed in red and black. Printed in red and black throughout. Finely printed on high quality paper. Uncut. In very good to fine condition; internally fine to very fine. Author's signed and dated presentation inscription on recto of first leaf: "A Luiz de Magalhães // o seu ad[mirador] e amigo // o // Eugénio de Castro // Coimbra, // 8 de janeiro de 95". (1 blank l., 3 ll.), 204 pp., (2 ll.). *** FIRST EDITION. A second edition was published at Coimbra, also by Amado, in 1909. Several Italian and Spanish translations also appeared. The poet, diplomat and university professor Eugénio de Castro (Eugénio de Castro e Almeida, 1869-1944) introduced Symbolism to Portugal; as a young diplomat in Paris he came into contact with the great French symbolist poets, becoming a friend of Jean Moréas and Henri de Régnier. His influence can be seen even on such established Portuguese writers as Guerra Junqueiro, and he undoubtedly paved the way for Camilo Pessanha and Mário Sá Carneiro. Castro's verse ("often so perfect, always so artificial," says Bell, Portuguese Literature p. 337) signaled the return to poetry of careful thought and planning, as opposed to the inspired improvisation of the Romanticists, and led to the cult of "art for art's sake" or "estheticism" that became prominent in Portugal ca. 1925.Provenance: Luis [Cipriano Coelho] de Magalhães (Lisbon, 1859 - Porto, 1935) was an essayist, poet, and a noted Realist writer. He published Primeiro versos in 1880, followed by several other collections of poetry. He collaborated in the Revista de Portugal with his friend Eça de Queirós, who also wrote a preface to Magalhães's novel O Brasileiro Soares, 1886. Magalhães's home, Quinta do Mosteiro de Moreira de Maia, was a gathering place for intellectuals such as Eça de Queirós, Antero de Quental, Joaquim Pedro de Oliveira Martins, Jaime de Magalhães Lima, Alberto Sampaio, and António Feijó. Magalhães began his political career in 1892, as civil governor of Aveiro. By 1906 he was minister of Foreign Affairs under João Franco. An opponent of the Portuguese Republic, he supported the Monarquia do Norte in 1919. On Magalhães, see Clara Rocha in Biblos III, 379-81; Alvaro Manuel Machado, ed., Dicionário de literatura portuguesa pp. 293-4; Prado Coelho, ed., Dicionário de literatura II, 595-6.*** Fonseca, Aditamentos p. 124. On Eugénio de Castro, see also Saraiva & Lopes, História da literatura portuguesa (17th ed., 2001), pp. 479, 669, 914, 975-6, 986 and 998; Grande enciclopédia VI, 235-7; Etalvina Santos in Machado, ed., Dicionário de literatura portuguesa, pp. 119-21; Fernando Guimarães in Biblos, I, 1074-6; and Dicionário cronológico de autores portugueses, III, 85-7. On Luis de Magalhães, see Grande enciclopedia XV, 904; Álvaro Manuel Machado in Machado, ed., Dicionário de literatura portuguesa, pp. 293-4; Clara Rocha in Biblos, III, 379-81; and Dicionário cronológico de autores portugueses, II, 425. Porbase locates one copy each at Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal, Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, and Biblioteca João Paulo II-Universidade Católica Portuguesa. Seller Inventory # 35854

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About this Item: Mem Martins, Publicações Europa-América, 1990-2001., 2001. 6 volumes. Small 8°, original printed wrappers. As new. 648 pp., (2 ll.); 513, (1) pp.; 561, (1) pp.; 740 pp., (1 l.); 764 pp., (2 ll.); 652 pp., (1 l.). *** Important reference work. Volume I (first published 1985) is present in the preferred second, revised and expanded edition, (published 1991?). The other volumes are first and only editions. Each entry gives the author's dates, name variations, a brief biography and literary assessment, and list of principal works. The first volume, while extremely useful, covers territory already plowed by Barbosa Machado, Innocêncio and Pinto de Matos. Beginning with the second volume, this work becomes increasingly even more useful, treating authors not included, or not so well described elsewhere.Volume I contains entries for Portuguese authors born before 1800. Contributors to this volume include Eduíno de Jesus, Eugénio Lisboa, Luís Francisco Rebello, Luís de Sousa Rebello, Manuel João Gomes, Margarida Vieira Mendes, Maria Cabral Pacheco de Miranda, Maria Teresa Arsénio Nunes, and Paulo Jorge Macedo Ferreira. Volume II contains entries for Portuguese authors born between 1800 and 1866, in chronological order. Contributors to this volume include Alberto Sampaio, Alexandre Pinheiro Torres, António Cândido Franco, Carlos Reis, Eugénio Lisboa, Fernando J.B. Martinho, Helena Carvalhão Buescu, Ilídio Rocha, Luís de Albuquerque, Luiz Francisco Rebello, Raul Rego, and Urbano Tavares Rodrigues. Volume III contains entries for Portuguese authors born between 1867 and 1899, in chronological order. Contributors to this volume include Alberto Sampaio, Alexandre Pinheiro Torres, António Cândido Franco, Carlos Reis, Eugénio Lisboa, Ilídio Rocha, Luiz Francisco Rebello, Raul Rego, and Urbano Tavares Rodrigues.Volume IV contains entries for Portuguese authors born between 1900 and 1919, in chronological order. Contributors to this volume include Alberto Sampaio, Ana Cristina Neves, António Telo, Eugénio Lisboa, Ilídio Rocha and Pedro da Silveira. Volume V contains entries for Portuguese authors born between 1920 and 1930, in chronological order. Contributors to this volume include Albano Martins, Alberto Sampaio, Ana Cristina Neves, Carlos Reis, Eugénio Lisboa, Fernando Guimarães, Fernando J.B. Martinho, Jorge Ramos do Ó, Ilídio Rocha, Isabel Hub Faria, José Viale Moutinho, Luiz Francisco Rebello, Nuno Júdice and Pedro da Silveira. Volume VI contains entries for Portuguese authors born between 1931 and 1940, in chronological order. Contributors to this volume include Albano Martins, Alberto Sampaio, Ana Cristina Neves, Carlos Reis, Daniel Pires, Eduardo Pita, Fernando Guimarães, Ilídio Rocha, Jorge Ramos do Ó, José, Viale Moutinho, Júlio Conrado, Luiz Francisco Rebello, Nuno Júdice, and Urbano Tavares Rodrigues. Additional volumes were planned, but the project appears to be at a standstill.***. Seller Inventory # 36581

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