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Cultural Lua Unica

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About this Item: Paperback. Condition: New. 93 pages. O Cultural Lua nica tem sua inspirao na citao de Yung-chia Ta-shih: A Lua nica reflete-se onde haja um lenol dgua, e todas as luas nas guas esto abraadas no seio da Lua nica e rene as mais diferentes vertentes e expresses da Arte - literatura, msica, artes cnicas, artes visuais e outras, de escritores e artistas do Brasil e exterior. A Estao das Palavras uma seleo de trabalhos de vinte e dois participantes desse movimento cultural e de suas manifestaes atravs de poemas, contos, crnicas e composies musicais. Participam dessa Antologia os seguintes escritores: Alonso Tomaz, Carlos Alberto Coelho, Christofer Farias, Damris Lopes, Eliane Roscoche, Elizeu Schneider, Fabiana Pavan, Gabrielle Carvalho, Heros Dellavega, Jamerson Saldanha, Joo Pessoa, Jorge Linzmeier, Larissa Trento, Leide Maria Alves, Lucas Tumiski, Luiz Braz, Odilon Ramos, Pedro Matos, Pedro Santor, Ropoesias Arajo, Simone Possas Fontana e Solivan Brugnara. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Seller Inventory # 9781497447592

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Gomes, José Edson; Victor, Léo; Nascimento, Esdras; Penteado, Darcy; Mendes de Almeida, Paulo; Campos, Moreira; Carvalho de Nuñez, Carlota; Coelho, Luiz Lopes; Fabiano da Rocha, José; Azevedo, Arthur; Wells, H. G.; Tatagiba, Fernando; others

Published by Ficção Ltda, São Paulo (1977)

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About this Item: Ficção Ltda, São Paulo, 1977. Softcover. Condition: Very Good with no dust jacket. Publication is in the Portuguese language. Stapled binding is sound. Pages clean, slightly tanned. Wraps have light handling wear. ; Short fiction. Contents: Gomes, A força do vento. Victor, O aroma dos sagarçosl Nasimento, Os pés de Elizabeth Taylor. Perteado, Eu, o menino da casa vizinha. Mendes de Almeida, O leopardo ad infanta ou. Campos, A sepultura. Carvalho de Nuñez, O apostador. Coelho, A magnólia perdida. Fabiano da Rocha, Aquele dia. Azevedo, Sabina. Tatagiba, A compaixão segundo. Guimarães, Processo No. 1.708. Calixte, O visitante. Well, O ovo de cristal. ; 8.25" tall; 98 pages. Seller Inventory # 4230023

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Ethel M. Pope

Published by Asian Educational Services (1989)

ISBN 10: 8120604962 ISBN 13: 9788120604964

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About this Item: Asian Educational Services, 1989. Hardcover. Condition: New. Contents, INTRODUCTION : 1. A Short Description of the Characteristics of the Portuguese Race, their Political Organisation and their Discovery of the way to India by Sea. 2. The Origin of the Portuguese Monarchy 3. The Formation of Portugal, 1126-1279 4. The Consolidation of the Kingdom, 1279-1383 5. The Literary Movement in Portugal 6. Education 7. The literature of Early Portugal 8. Portuguese Discoveries Chap. I : THE CLASSIC EPOCH. 1498-158O : 1. The Discovery of India by the Portuguese 2. King Dom Mauuel`s Letter to the King of Castille, and to the Cardinal Protector 3. The Domination of the Portuguese in India 4. The Literary Movement in Portugal During the Classic Epoch 5. Poets of the 16th Century : Camoes, Jeronimo Corte Real, Francisco de Andrade, Gil. Vicente, Jorge Ferreira de Vasconcellos, Simao Machado 6. Prose Writers of the 16th Century on India : Duarte Barbosa, Gaspar Correa, Fernao Lopes de Castanheda, Joao de Barros, Diogo de Couto, Alvaro Velho, Dom Affonso de Albuquerque, Dom Affonso de Albuquerque, (Bras de Albuquerque), Dom Joao de Castro, Antonio Galvao, Joao de Lucena, Antonio de Castilho, Antonio Tenrreyro, Garcia de Orta, Francisco de Andrade, Damiao de Goes, Lopo de Sousa Coutinho, Father Gastao, Father Fernando de Santa Maria, Belchior de Moraes, Fabiam da Motta, Diogo Botelho Pereira, Father Pedro Martins, Francisco Rodrigues, Balthazar Dias, Father Luis Froes, Father Luiz de Gouvea, Joao Nunes Barreto, Father Ayres Brandam, Father Jorge Caldeyra, Father Gaspar Villela, Father Amador Rebello, "Chronica de Guzerate". (Anonymous) Chap. II : THE GONGORIC SCHOOL, 1580-1706 : 1. Political and Literary Decadence 2. Influence of the Jesuits on the Literature about India 3. Epic Poets : Francisco Sa de Menezes 4. Historians and Travellers : Antonio Bocarro, Jacinto Ferreira de Andrade, Antonio Pinto Pereira, Antonio Rodrigues de Costa, Francisco de Pinho e de Mello, Manuel Jacome Mesquita, Father Antonio de S. Miguel, Salvador de Couto de Sampaio, Dom Constantino de Sa e Noronha, Cosme Lafeta, Father Antonio Monserrate, P. Manuel Barradas, Capitao Barreto de Resende, Antonio de Andrade, Gaspar Ferreira Reyman, Antonio Gil Preto, Manoel Godinho, P. Fernando Guerreiro, Father Antonio de Gouvea, Father Domingo do Espirito Santo, Simao Torrezao Coelho, Cosme da Guarda, Mosseh Pereira de Paiva 5. Language and Poetry : Joao Franco Barreto, Father Diogo de Sancta Anna, Father Antonio Pereira, Father Fernando de Queyroz, Father Antonio da Silva, Father Antonio da Trindade, Father Diogo Monteiro, Joao da Costa, Father Antonio Joao de Frias, Joao Ribeiro, Domingos Affonso, Antonio de Fonseca Osorio, Father Francisco de Sousa. 6. Religion : Father Agostinho de Santa Maria, Father Antonio Pereira, Father Fernando de Queyroz, Father Antonio da Silva, Father Antonio Trindade, Father Diogo Monteiro, Joao da Costa, Father Antonio Joao de Frias, Joao Ribeiro, Domingos Affonso, Antonio de Fongeca Osorio, Father Francisco de Sousa Chap. III : THE French OR ARCADIAN SCHOOL, 17O6-1826 : 1. Continuation of Literary Decadence 2. Establishment of Academies for Literary Reform. Poets of the 18th Century who Wrote on India : Bocage, Father Jose Agostinho de Macedo 3. Effect of the Disastrous Wars with the Marathas on the Literature 4. Prose Writers who Wrote on the Wars : Diogo da Costa, Jacinto Machado de Sousa 5. Poems by Antonio de Meirelles on the Victories over the Marathas 6. Prose Account by the Same Author 7. Instructions of the Marquis of Alorna and the Marquis of Pombal 8. Indian Languages Chap. IV : THE ROMANTIC School AND CONTEMPORARY WRITERS : 1. Literary Position of Portugal with Reference to India. 2. Indologists and Historians : Cunha Rivara 3. Archives of Goa 4. "Writers : Filipe Nery Xavier, Eduardo de Balsemao, Teixeira d` Aragao, Lopes Mendes, Ismael Oracias 5. Overseas Secti Printed Pages: 318. Seller Inventory # 68337

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Cultural Lua Unica

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About this Item: Createspace, United States, 2014. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: Portuguese . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. O Cultural Lua Unica tem sua inspiracao na citacao de Yung-chia Ta-shih: A Lua Unica reflete-se onde haja um lencol d agua, e todas as luas nas aguas estao abracadas no seio da Lua Unica e reune as mais diferentes vertentes e expressoes da Arte - literatura, musica, artes cenicas, artes visuais e outras, de escritores e artistas do Brasil e exterior. A Estacao das Palavras e uma selecao de trabalhos de vinte e dois participantes desse movimento cultural e de suas manifestacoes atraves de poemas, contos, cronicas e composicoes musicais. Participam dessa Antologia os seguintes escritores: Alonso Tomaz, Carlos Alberto Coelho, Christofer Farias, Damaris Lopes, Eliane Roscoche, Elizeu Schneider, Fabiana Pavan, Gabrielle Carvalho, Heros Dellavega, Jamerson Saldanha, Joao Pessoa, Jorge Linzmeier, Larissa Trento, Leide Maria Alves, Lucas Tumiski, Luiz Braz, Odilon Ramos, Pedro Matos, Pedro Santor, Ropoesias Araujo, Simone Possas Fontana e Solivan Brugnara. Seller Inventory # APC9781497447592

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Cultural Lua Unica

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About this Item: Createspace, United States, 2014. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: Portuguese . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.O Cultural Lua Unica tem sua inspiracao na citacao de Yung-chia Ta-shih: A Lua Unica reflete-se onde haja um lencol d agua, e todas as luas nas aguas estao abracadas no seio da Lua Unica e reune as mais diferentes vertentes e expressoes da Arte - literatura, musica, artes cenicas, artes visuais e outras, de escritores e artistas do Brasil e exterior. A Estacao das Palavras e uma selecao de trabalhos de vinte e dois participantes desse movimento cultural e de suas manifestacoes atraves de poemas, contos, cronicas e composicoes musicais. Participam dessa Antologia os seguintes escritores: Alonso Tomaz, Carlos Alberto Coelho, Christofer Farias, Damaris Lopes, Eliane Roscoche, Elizeu Schneider, Fabiana Pavan, Gabrielle Carvalho, Heros Dellavega, Jamerson Saldanha, Joao Pessoa, Jorge Linzmeier, Larissa Trento, Leide Maria Alves, Lucas Tumiski, Luiz Braz, Odilon Ramos, Pedro Matos, Pedro Santor, Ropoesias Araujo, Simone Possas Fontana e Solivan Brugnara. Seller Inventory # APC9781497447592

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Published by Academia das Ciencias de Lisboa, Lisboa (1977)

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About this Item: Academia das Ciencias de Lisboa, Lisboa, 1977. Brochado / Paperback / Broché. Condition: Muito Bom/Very Good/Très Bien. 1ª Edição. 1 Vol. de 304-[5] pp. Índice: "«Constituintes»" por Vítor Manuel Braga Paixão; "1622 - Ano dramático na história da expansão portuguesa no Oriente" por António da Silva Rego; "António Feliciano de Castilho, educador" por Luís de Albuquerque; "António Feliciano de Castilho, Poeta" por David Mourão-Ferreira; "Carlos Nejar, poeta da condição humana" por Jacinto do Prado Coelho; "Sá da Bandeira e a Academia" por Vítor Manuel Braga Paixão; "A Revolução de Fernão Lopes" por José Hermano Saraiva; "A controvérsia monetária" por Manuel Jacinto Nunes; "Duas russas de Moscovo e Odessa e os Judeus de Moçambique" por Alberto Iria; "Uma peça inédita de Mário de Sá-carneiro e um deamaturgo ignorado, António Ponce de Leão" por Luiz-Francisco Rebello; Pedro Hispano, um Mestre da arte de pensar" por Mário Martins; "A Obra Médica de Pedro Hispano" por Maria Helena da Rocha Pereira; "No bicentenário da publicação da «Riqueza das Nações»" por Manuel Jacinto Nunes; "Reflexão para uma «História de Portugal» por Joaquim Veríssimo Serrão; "Júlio Dantas, na política" por Vítor Manuel Braga Paixão; "Júlio Dantas e a Historiografia" por Alberto Iria; "Crises e Ciclos Económicos" por Moses Amzalak; "Sobre a inflação monetária e as suas causas" por Pedro Soares Martinez Size: In-4º (167x202). Book. Seller Inventory # 018228

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BROTÉRIA. Vol. XXII e Vol. XXIII

Published by Revista Brotéria, Lisboa (1936)

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About this Item: Revista Brotéria, Lisboa, 1936. Meia Inglesa / Half Lether. Condition: Muito Bom/Very Good/Très Bien. 1ª Edição. 2 Vols de 528/472 pp. Director: Domingos Maurício Gomes dos Santos. Sumário do Vol. XXII: "Clerofobia e grandeza sacerdotal" por J. da Costa Lima; "Usurpação dos bens eclesiásticos" por E. Jombart; "Relações entre a Igreja e o Estado à luz das concordatas de Pio XI" por António Durão; "As Concordatas da Santa Sé em Direito internacional" por António Durão; "O misticismo optimista de Tagore" por Mário Martins; "Política escolar ultramarina" por A. Chaves de Almeida; "Os trabalhadores e a sua organização através da história" por Luís Chaves; "Descalabros soviéticos" por J. da Costa Lima; "«Ilhas» e «Bairros de Lata" por Eng. Visconde de Almeida Garrett; "Subsídios para o estudo antropológico da população dos Dembos (Angola)" por António de Almeida; "O paleolítico na Beira Baixa" por Eugénio Jalhay; "Conceito de progresso e de civilização" por M. C. P.; "Do Agnosticismo à Imanência" por Abílio Martins; "A evolução religiosa de Leonardo Coimbra" por Domingos Maurício; "Duas datas no itinerário filosófico de Mauricio Blondel, de «L'Action» a «La Pensée»" por António Pinto de Carvalho; "A Filosofia Religiosa de Sören Aabye Kierkegaard" por António Pinto de Carvalho; "Os Jesuitas e a filosofia portuguesa dos séculos XVI a XVIII" por Domingos Maurício; Influência religiosa na formação do Brasil" por Serafim Leite; "A crítica e os actos diplomáticos" por Armando Vieira de castro; "Gaia" por Luís Gonzaga de Azevedo; "Crítica a uma carta de brasão de armas" por António Machado de Faria; "Os Comendadores de Algoso (1224-1416) (Apontamento para uma monografia)" por P. Miranda Lopes; "Os índios e o direito penal nas aldeias do Brasil" por Serafim Leite; "O «Ex-libris»" por Armando de Matos; "Tentativa de establecimento duma Inquisição privativa no Brasil" por António Baião; "O culto de S. Francisco Xavier em Goa no século XVII" por Frazão de Vasconcelos; "Répteis curiosos" por A. Louisier; "A velhice da poesia modernista" por Paulo Durão; "Subsídios para o Vocabulário Português" por João Serafim Gomes; "Coisas de linguagem" por Vasco Botelho de Amaral; "O primeiro catecismo concani" por Mariano Saldanha; "A crise do Parnaso" por Riba Leça // Vol. XXIII - "Dos direitos da Igreja aos seus bens" por E. Jombart; "Soberania e independência da igreja" por António Durão; "Efeitos jurídicos das uniões ilegitimas" por Joaquim Saldanha; "O trabalho das mulheres em Portugal" por António do Amaral Pyrrait; "Assistência privada e acção das Misericórdias" por José Maria Pereira Ferraz; "As eleições espanholas" por Pedro Hispano; "Pio XI e a traição comunista" por J. da Costa Lima; "Trabalho dos menores em Portugal" por António do Amaral Pyrrait; "A associação dos chefes de família e as bases da educação cristã" por Carlos Z. Pinto Coelho; "Acção Cívica" por Riba Leça; "A ofensiva da barbárie" por J. da Costa Lima; "A volta do processo dos Trotskistas" por Frederico Muckermann; "A cerâmica eneolítica de Alapraia e a cultura do vaso campaniforme" por Eugénio Jalhay; "Para a identificação da obra do Mestre Cabrinha" por J. da Costa Lima; "Arte popular em Portugal" por Luiz Chaves; "Bergson e o problema da existência de Deus" por António Leite; "Falsos caminhos para Deus - Kant-Ritschl" por António Pinto de Carvalho; "Bergson e as provas tradicionais da filosofia teísta" por António Leite; "Gorki e Nietzsche" por Mário Martins; "Psicanálise e Freudismo" por António Pinto de Carvalho; "A aposta de Pascal" por A. Mosca de Carvalho; "VI Centenário Isabelino" por Domingos Mauricio; "O Primeiro vocabulário Tupi-Guarani «Português - Brasileiro»" por Serafim Leite; "Ainda as armas da cidade do Porto" por Armando de Matos; "A casa onde nasceu o Beato João de Brito" por Frederico Gavazzo Perry Vidal; "Os homens da Igreja na Ciência Nacional" por Luiz de Pina; "As primeiras bibliotecas do Brasil" por Serafim Leite; "Notas à margem da VI volume da História de Portugal" por Domingos Maurício; "Os colégios dos Jesuítas e a pedagogia da liberdade" por A. Rocha Size: In-8º. Book. Seller Inventory # 021579

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SILVA, [Luiz (or Luís )Augusto] Rebello [or Rebelo] da.

Published by Lisbon, Typographia Portuguesa for Livraria Editora, n.d. [ca. 1880?]. (1880)

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About this Item: Lisbon, Typographia Portuguesa for Livraria Editora, n.d. [ca. 1880?]., 1880. 8°, original pale green printed wrappers (spine splitting, foxing, slight fraying). In very good condition. 224 pp. *** Second edition [or First Edition, second issue?] of this novel, or novella, set in the reign of D. João V, first published in book form posthumously in 1874. It had originally appeared in the Revista contemporanea.Luiz Augusto Rebello da Silva (1822-1871; to give the orthography of his name which he used during his lifetime, before it was changed by certain pedantic cataloguers), politician, journalist, noted historian, novelist, short story writer, playwright, translator of Shakespeare's Othello, peer of the realm, member of the Real Academia das Sciencias de Lisboa, was one of the chief authors of the first wave of romanticism in Portugal. He was a close friend of Alexandre Herculano and Almeida Garrett, working with Herculano in the Biblioteca da Ajuda, and, following Herculano, using the methodology of Sir Walter Scott in bringing the romantic historical novel to Portugal. Indeed, Rebello da Silva was perhaps even more greatly influenced by Scott than was Herculano. *** Innocencio XIII, 351 (giving the publisher as Matos Moreira, who was the proprietor of Livraria Editora); V, 230 (wihout collation; giving the date of publication as 1849); for additional information about the author, see also VII, 125, 146, 147; XIX, 251; XX, 420; and Aditamentos, p. 272. See Bell, Portuguese Literature p. 296; Saraiva & Lopes, História da literatura portuguesa (17th ed.), pp. 739-41; Prado Coelho, ed. Dicionário de literatura (4th ed.), IV, 1024-5; Álvaro Manuel Machado in Dicionário de literatura portuguesa, pp. 455-6; Álvaro Manuel Machado in Biblos, V, 43-5; Dicionário cronológico de autores portugueses, II, 96-7. See also Maria Laura Bettencourt Pires, Walter Scott e o romantismo português, p. 141 and throughout. Porbase cites an edition dated 1874, without collation, giving "Typ. Portugueza" as the publisher, with a single copy in the Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal. We could find no other location for such an edition. Seller Inventory # 36611

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João de Andrade Corvo / Luiz Augusto Rebello da Silva / Rebello da Silva / José Maria Grande / Luiz Augusto Xavier Palmeirim / António da Silva Tullio / Barao de Alfenim / Sousa Monteiro / Lopes de Mendonca / Latino Coelho / Andrade Corvo a.o. (Contributors):

Published by (Lisboa), na Imp. da Epoca, 1848/1849. (1849)

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About this Item: (Lisboa), na Imp. da Epoca, 1848/1849., 1849. 430 / 400 pages, printed in two columns; with many illustrations. - Ca. mid-20th-century solid dark-red halfcloth binding with giltstamped title at spine (spanish bookbinder-label); 4to.(ca. 28 x 21 x 4 cm; ca. 1,6 kg.). *** [Verlängerter und erweiterter FRÜHLINGS-SCHLUSSVERKAUF / Ongoing and extended SPRING'S-END SALE: um über 30% REDUZIERTER PREIS bis Montag/Monday 18.06.2018, 24 Uhr MESZ/CEST; vorher/previously: € 265,-] --- 1st edition of the complete first two years of the important periodical. - Minimal sign of age; a beautiful copy. Seller Inventory # jk1511051317x

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Published by Lisbon, Livraria Portugalia, 1924. (1924)

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About this Item: Lisbon, Livraria Portugalia, 1924., 1924. 2 volumes. Folio (39 x 31 cm.), publisher's cloth, black- and yellow-stamped, with one of 2 ties (slight soiling). Printed in black, red, and 2 shades of green. Overall very good to fine. Exemplar nº 894, signed in pencil by A. de Santa Rita as director; for other items, see below. *** FIRST and ONLY EDITION. Included in this copy:1. Original tissue band for the volume, stamped in red, "Acaba de apparecer o numero IIº o 'Lied' Nacional"2. 2 leaves (35 x 24 cm.), the first of which bears a woodcut of a cross, sun and rooster with the words "Bom Dia." On the verso is a printed letter from Santa-Rita, signed in manuscript, relating to subscriptions to the periodical. The second leaf, perforated but not detached, is a subscription form.3. 6 leaves, with Folhas de Arte (1 l.), Table of contents (1 l.), introduction signed by Santa-Rita (2 ll.), page with "I Poesia contemporanea" (1 l.), and a mention of works upcoming in the next issue (1 l.), printed in black with red and green accents, 38 x 30 cm.4. Laid into the 2 leaves above: 10 sheets of various colors (each 36.5 x 30 cm.), each with a photo of the author tipped on and a reproduction of a poem in his or her handwriting. Authors are: Branca de Gonta Colaço, Virginia Victorino, Fernanda de Castro, Gomes Leal, Antonio Nobre, Affonso Lopes Vieira, Augusto Gil, Manuel da Silva Gaio, Americo Durão, and Fernando Pessoa.5. Wrapper with "Folhas de Arte II," printed in black and green, with edges folded in to form a package.6. 6 leaves, including a table of contents and a signed letter by Santa Rita, printed in black and red.7. 14 leaves with photos and reproductions of music manuscripts, plus printed music. Composers are M. Lima Cru, Ruy Coelho, Luiz de Freitas Branco, Claudio Carneiro, Ivo Cruz, and Fernandes Fão. The lyrics are by Nuno Fernandes Torneol, Augusto de Santa-Rita, Augusto Gil, Antonio Nobre, Affonso Lopes Vieira, and Eugenio de Castro.*** Pires,Dicionário da imprensa periódica literária portuguesa do século II (1900-1940), pp. 164-5: "luxuosamente apresentadas." Not in Biblioteca Geral da Universidade de Coimbra, Publicações periódicas portuguesas. Porbase locates two copies at the Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal and one each at Universidade de Coimbra, Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, and the Biblioteca Pública Regional de Madeira. Not located in Copac. Seller Inventory # 25894

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IN MEMORIAM RUBEN ANDRESDEN LEITÃO: VÁRIOS

VÁRIOS

Published by Imprensa Nacional - Casa da Moeda, Lisboa (1981)

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About this Item: Imprensa Nacional - Casa da Moeda, Lisboa, 1981. Meia de Amador / Half-Leather. Condition: Muito Bom/Very Good/Très Bien. 3 Vols. de 328-[6]/281-[7]/43-(XXV fólios com reprodução de obras de arte)-(12 de Índices). Encadernados em amador de carneira natural com cantos e ferros a ouro, mantendo as capas de brochura. O 3 volume tem como encadernação um estojo-caixa por se compõe de folhas soltas. Inclui textos de João Furtado Coelho, Luís dos Santos Ferro, Joaquim Veríssimo Serrão, Jorge Borges de Macedo, Luís Amaro, José Andersden Leitão, Leonor de Carvalho Daun e Lorena, Lúcia Machado de Almeida, Tomaz Andersend, Laís Corrêa de Araújo, Jacinto Baptista, Mário Barata, Maria de Lurdes Belchior, C. R. Boxer, João de Freitas Branco, Marie Antoinette Lêvèque de Freitas Branco, José Palla e Carmo, Fernando Castello-Branco, Maria Alice Chicó, Kurt Meyer-Clasen, João Furtado Coelho, Nelly Novaes Coelho, António Cruz, Marion Ehrhardt, Raul Miguel Rosado Fernandes, José Manuel fragoso, José-Augusto França, Gilberto Freyre, Artur Nobre de Gusmão, Alberto Iria, Rui Leitão, Maria Lúcia Lepecki, Francisco Negrão de Lima, Carlos Lobo, Eduardo Lourenço, António Lousada, Fábio Lucas, Jorge Borges de Macedo, Armando tavares Alves Martins, José V. de Pina Martins, Mário Martins, Leonardo mathias, José Mindlin, Josué Montello, Helena Cidade Moura, David Mourão-Ferreira, José Thomaz Nabuco, João cabral de Melo Neto, Braga Paixão, João Palma Ferreira, José Blanc de Portugal, António Quadros, José Maria de Paiva Raposo, Tomaz Ribas, Orlando Ribeiro, Henrique Barrilaro Ruas, Nuno de Sampayo, António Seabra, Hein Semke, João Gaspar Simões, Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa, Maria Luísa Távora, Augusto carlos da Silva Telles, Miguel Torga, Luiz Forjaz Trigueiros, Luiz Viana Filho, Carlos Wallenstein, Manuel Bello, Salvador Barata Feyo, José de Azeredo Perdigão, Jorge de Sena, Agostinho da Silva, Martins de Albuquerque, Jorge Amado, José Blanco, Denis Brass, Olívio Caeiro, Eduardo Prado Coelho, Jacinto do Prado coelho, Fernando Russel Cortez, José Pereira da Costa, Liberto Cruz, Ernesto Guerra da Cal, Bernardo Ferrão de Tavares e Távora, António manuel Gonçalves, Luiz de Bívar Guerra, Manuel Viegas Guerreiro, A. H. Oliveira Marques, Luís de Matos, Murilo Mendes, Luís de Sousa Rebelo, Raul Rêgo, Andrée Crabbé Rocha, P. E. Russel, Joel Serrão, S. George West, Poesias de: Margarida Lopes de Almeida, Sophia de Mello Breyner Andresen, Geoffrey Bullough, Raúl de Carvalho, Ruy Cinati, Natália Correia, Juvenal esteves, Ana Hatherly, Merícia de Lemos, Pedro Homem de Mello, Vitorino Nemésio, António ramos Rosa, Jorge de Sena, Alberto de Serpa, Lopes Serrado, Alberto da Costa e Silva, Carlos Batista da Silva, Pedro tamen, Salette Tavares, José Manuel Villas-Boas. Obras de Arte de: Theodora Andresden de Abreu, Sarah Affonso, Almada Negreiros, João chartres de Almeida, Fernando de Azevedo, Carlos Botelho, Manuel cargaleiro, Martins Correia, Cícero Dias, Luís Dourdil, António Duarte, Paulo Ferreira, João Fragoso, Naum Gabo, Ana Hatherly, Lagos Henriques, Viana de Lima, Menez, Emília Nadal, Julio Reis Pereira, Hein Semke, Nuno de Siqueira, Nikias Skapinakis, Arpad Szénes, Vieira da Silva. Size: In-4º(285x225). Book. Seller Inventory # 029743

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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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SHAKESPEARE, William; trans. Raimundo António de Bulhão Pato.

Published by Lisbon, Typographia da Academia Real das Sciencias, 1881. (1881)

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About this Item: Lisbon, Typographia da Academia Real das Sciencias, 1881., 1881. Large 8°, mid-twentieth-century dark green half sheep over decorated boards (slight wear at extremities), spine richly gilt with raised bands in five compartments, two black leather lettering pieces in second and fourth compartments, author, title and translator in gilt letter, decorated endleaves, top edges tinted green, other edges uncut, original printed wrappers bound in (front wrapper backed with small repair to outer margin). Partially unopened. In very good condition. Translator's signed presentation inscription on half title: "A Oliveira Mattos // Lembrança de sincera // estima // do seu amigo // Bulhão Pato". (4 ll.), 255 pp., (1 l. errata). *** First Edition of this translation. The Merchant of Venice was also translated by Dom Luiz I, King of Portugal, 1879. The present translator, Bulhão Pato (1829-Monte da Caparica, 1912), a native of Bilbao whose parents were Portuguese, author of Poesias (1850), Paquita (1856), and Versos (1862), one of the most important Portuguese authors of the Romantic school, was a friend and protégé of the historian, poet and historical novelist Alexandre Herculano. He published his first volume of poetry at age 17, astounding the literati by his individuality of style and unaffected simplicity of form. He was also a friend of Almeida Garrett; later of Eça de Queiroz (whose caricature of Bulhão Pato in Os Maias, in the form of the poet Tomás de Alencar, provoked a violent polemic), Ramalho Ortigão, and Colombano Bordalo Pinheiro. His name has been given to a classic of Portuguese cookery, Ameijoas ao Bulhão Pato (clams in a sauce of garlic, olive oil and cilantro). In addition to Shakespeare, Bulhão Pato translated Lamartine and Victor Hugo.Provenance: Padre António Oliveira Matos [?] (Envendos, 1867-?), teacher, priest, author and publicist. See Grande enciclopédia, XIX, 412.*** Innocêncio XVIII, 158 (incomplete collation); on Bulhão Pato see also VII, 50-1; XVIII, 157-9 and Fonseca, Aditamentos 330. Gonçalves Rodrigues, A tradução em Portugal IV, 15069. See also Bell, Portuguese Literature pp. 302-3; Saraiva & Lopes, História da literatura portuguesa (1976) pp. 818-9; Prado Coelho, Dicionário de literatura (4th ed.), III, 800-1; Ávelar Manuel Machado in Dicionário de literatura portuguesa, pp. 365-6; João Bigotte Chorão in Biblos, III, 1437-8; Dicionário cronológico de autores portugueses, II, 145-7. Seller Inventory # 35918

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SILVA, Luiz [or Luís] Augusto Rebello [or Rebelo] da.

Published by Lisbon, Typographia da Gazeta de Portugal, 1865-1866. (1866)

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About this Item: Lisbon, Typographia da Gazeta de Portugal, 1865-1866., 1866. 2 volumes in 1. 8°, later quarter sheep over marbled boards(spine rubbed; other binding wear, especially to corners and raised bands, but sound), spine gilt with raised bands in five compartments, citron leather lettering piece in second compartment from head, gilt letter, decorated endleaves, original printed wrappers bound in (but without rear wrapper for volume I). Title pages and wrappers printed in red and black. Front wrappers with triple ruled borders. Light browning and very occasional light foxing. Internally in very good condition; overall in good condition. Old black on white printed paper ticket, 4.2 x 6.2 cm., of Livraria do Povo, Rio de Janeiro, tipped on to front wrapper of volume I. 263; 268 pp., (2 ll.). *** FIRST EDITION of this historical novel dealing with the French invasions of Portugal during the Peninsular War. Other editions appeared in 1900, early 1900s without date, 1905, 1908, 1938, 1959, 1965, and 1984. A dramatic adaptation by Adolpho Ernest Motta was published in Coimbra, 1872. The text was also published as online as part of Project Gutenberg in 2008.Luiz Augusto Rebello da Silva (1822-1871; to give the orthography of his name which he used during his lifetime, before it was changed by certain pedantic cataloguers), politician, journalist, noted historian, novelist, short story writer, playwright, translator of Shakespeare's Othello, peer of the realm, member of the Real Academia das Sciencias de Lisboa, was one of the chief authors of the first wave of romanticism in Portugal. He was a close friend of Alexandre Herculano and Almeida Garrett, working with Herculano in the Biblioteca da Ajuda, and, following Herculano, using the methodology of Sir Walter Scott in bringing the romantic historical novel to Portugal. Indeed, Rebello da Silva was perhaps even more greatly influenced by Scott than was Herculano. *** Not located in Innocêncio; on the author, see V, 228-32; VII, 125, 146, 147; XIII, 350; XIX, 251; XX, 420; and Aditamentos, p. 272. See also Bell, Portuguese Literature p. 296; Saraiva & Lopes, História da literatura portuguesa (17th ed.), pp. 739-41; Prado Coelho, ed. Dicionário de literatura (4th ed.), IV, 1024-5; Álvaro Manuel Machado in Dicionário de literatura portuguesa, pp. 455-6; Álvaro Manuel Machado in Biblos, V, 43-5; Dicionário cronológico de autores portugueses, II, 96-7. See also Maria Laura Bettencourt Pires, Walter Scott e o romantismo português, p. 141 and throughout. Porbase locates three copies, all in the Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal. This edition not located in Copac, which only cites a single copy of the 1908 edition at the Taylor Institution-Oxford University. Seller Inventory # 38381

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Prelo. 63 issues including 2 double and

Published by Lisbon, Imprensa Nacional, 1972-2006. (2006)

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About this Item: Lisbon, Imprensa Nacional, 1972-2006., 2006. 63 issues. Folio (30 x 21 cm.; first series) and 8° (second and third series), original illustrated wrappers (1st and 2nd series) and original printed wrappers (3rd series). Illustrated. Very fine condition. *** FIRST and ONLY EDITIONS, apparently A COMPLETE RUN. We say "apparently" because the bibliography of the first series of this review is rather confusing and sketchy. According to a knowledgeable employee of the Imprensa Nacional, we have all the issues ever published. We have never seen any other issues on the market or described in any reference work.The set is as follows: First series: [volume I] 1972: numbers 1-5; volume II, 1973: numbers 1-6; volume III, 1974: numbers 1-6; volume IV, 1975: number 1; volume V, 1976: numbers 1-6 [1-2 and 5-6 being double issues]; volume VI, 1977: numbers 1-6 [1-3 and 4-6 being triple issues]; volume VII, 1978, "número único". Total 31 issues, including 2 double and 3 triple.Second series: Number 1, Outubro / Dezembro 1983-number 20, 1992; also the three unnumbered special issues: 1984 Maio, Sobre Eduardo Lourenço; 1984 Dezembro, Jaime Cortesão; and 1986 Dezembro, Fernando Gil: Cruzamentos da enciclopédia. Total 4 issues.Third series: Numbers 1-9, Janeiro-Abril de 2006-Setembro-Dezembro 2008. Total 9 issues.The first series is subtitled Revista nacional de artes gráficas. As the title implies, it is devoted to the graphic arts, with emphasis on printing processes, machinery, ink, paper and types. There are also articles on printing history, such as that in the first number by Jorge Peixoto on "Custódio José de Oliveira e as artes gráficas em Portugal"; and José Pedro Machado "O impressor de Os Lvsiadas" in the second issue.The second series is subtitled Revista da Imprensa Nacional / Casa da Moeda. It contains some material on printing history, but is mainly concerned with literature, literary history and criticism, with some bibliography thrown in. Edited by Diogo Pires Aurélio, it includes contributions by Jorge Borges de Macedo, José-Augusto França, Eduardo Lourenço, Vasco Graça Moura, Sophia de Mello Breyner Andresen, Jorge Listopad, Hernâni Cidade, Clara Rocha, António Reis, Luís Filipe Barreto, Viale Moutinho, Eduardo Prado Coelho, José Mattoso, Diogo Pires Aurélio, Miguel Torga, Mário Cláudio, Luís de Albuquerque, Eugénio Lisboa, José Fernandes Fafe, Eugénio de Andrade, António Ramos Rosa, Maria Alzira Seixo, Joel Serrão, António Coimbra Martins, Urbano Tavares Rodrigues, and others. Some of the literary contributions are otherwise unpublished.The third series, of which nine numbers have appeared, includes three essays on Fernando Gil (1937-2006), by José Marinho, Miguel Real, and Manuel Ferreira Patrício. There are additional essays by A.M. Machado Pires on post-modernism, Ivo Castro on Pessoa, José Carlos Seabra Pereira on Vitorino Nemésio and Gomes Leal as art critics, and Rui de Figueiredo Marcos on the work of Paulo Merêa. A short story by José-Augusto França is followed by a brief theatrical piece by Luiz Francisco Rebello. The first number also contains an homage to Afonso Lopes Vieira, as well as critical articles by Luiz Francisco Rebello on the theater of José Régio, Duarte Ivo Cruz on the theater of Luiz Francisco Rebello, Duarte Ivo Cruz on the fourth volume of the Teatro completo of Jaime Salazar Sampaio, and more. Subsequent numbers contain additional material along these lines.*** For the first series, we were able to confirm that it began in 1972 and that the British Library holds volume VI, numbers 1-3 [a triple issue]. Porbase lists for the first series only the first volume, 1972, and for the second series only states that it began in 1983 and that its appearance was "irregular". The British Library Integrated Catalogue states that for the first series the BL has only volume VI, numbers 1-3; for the second series the BL holdings are less clear, the BLIC stating that it begins in 1983. Hollis does not list the first series at all, and states that Harvard has on. Seller Inventory # 35526

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