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Published by Imprensa Nacional - Casa da Moeda, Lisboa (1984)

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About this Item: Imprensa Nacional - Casa da Moeda, Lisboa, 1984. Brochado / Paperback / Broché. Condition: Muito Bom/Very Good/Très Bien. 1ª Edição. 1 Vol. de 108-[7] pp. Director: Diogo Pires Aurélio. Do sumário: "O "modelo" enciclopédico e as suas variações" por Alfredo Salsano; "Postscriptum, 1984" por Alfredo Salsano; "As enciclopédias medievais" por José Mattoso; "O sinho de Diderot" por Irene Maria Ferreira; "A paixão de coleccionar em Walter Benjamin" por Maria Filomena Molder; "Natureza e expressões do saber" por José Esteves Pereira; "Ribeiro Sanches e o poder do saber" por Luís Filipe Barreto; "Enciclopedismo e anti-enciclopedismo" por João Luís Lisboa. Algumas notas e sublinhados a lápis. Size: In-4º(235x210). Book. Seller Inventory # 028433

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Published by Imprensa Nacional - Casa da Moeda, Lisboa (1984)

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About this Item: Imprensa Nacional - Casa da Moeda, Lisboa, 1984. Brochado / Paperback / Broché. Condition: Muito Bom/Very Good/Très Bien. 1ª Edição. 1 Vol. de 98-[9] pp. Director: Diogo Pires Aurélio. Do sumário: "Um erro que vem da Geração de 70" Entrevista com J. S. Silva Dias; "Mística, veneráveis e herejes. Para o estudo da religiosidade portuguesa no séc. XVII" por Paulo Guimarães; "Raios de extinta luz: um título envenenado" por Ana Maria Almeida Martins; "Fenomenologia do cultural: uma introdução à História da Cultura" por Luís Filipe Barreto; "Um texto esquecido de Alexandre Herculano sobre lavoura" por José Manuel Garcia e Jorge Custódio; "«Peregrinação»: a sátira e o resto" por Rebeca Catz; "Uma historiadora: Virgínia Rau" por José Manuel Garcia. Algumas notas e sublinhados a lápis. Size: In-4º(235x210). Book. Seller Inventory # 028434

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Ao pé do prelo. Luís Seoane editor: Seoane, Luis Profusamente

Seoane, Luis Profusamente ilustrado en color.

Published by Edita Xunta de Galicia - Consellería de Cultura., Santiago de Compostela - Galicia. (2010)

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About this Item: Edita Xunta de Galicia - Consellería de Cultura., Santiago de Compostela - Galicia., 2010. 1ª edición.. Catálogo Exposición Galicia Arte . Páginas/Pages:143. ISBN: 978-84-453-4924-3; Idioma gallego-español-english. Ejemplar nuevo, sin signos de uso 24,5 x 21 cm Tapa blanda con solapas ilustrada en color. Seller Inventory # 10774

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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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Relação dos festejos, que a feliz acclamação: SOUZA, Bernardo Avellino

About this Item: Rio de Janeiro, Na Typographia Real, 1818., 1818. 4°, contemporary marbled wrappers (spine defective, quires loose), all text-block edges gilt. Woodcut vignette of lyre and olive branches in upper margin of p. 3. Some browning. Overall, still in good condition. Two-line ink marginalia at top of p. 17 identifying the anonymous author of the ode that begins on this page as Bernardo Avellino. 52 pp., (1 l. errata, 1 blank l.). *** FIRST and ONLY EDITION. The work opens with a the description of the illuminations of private houses (giving names of the owners) in Rio de Janeiro and other decorations, such as triumphal arches, designed by Grandjean de Montigny, with paintings by Debret (pp. 3-15). Following are three odes and a sonnet, all unsigned, and a "Canto epico" by the Brazilian poet Estanislau Vieira Cardozo (pp. 35-51).Ferreira e Souza, born in Lisbon (?), emigrated to Brazil and worked for the police there. He wrote verses insulting many, and is said to have been assassinated by someone he offended. Innocêncio thinks the three anonymous works in this volume were also by Ferreira e Souza. The "Canto epico" appears to be the first published work of Vieira Cardozo (d. 1844?), who later published a few short poems.*** Valle Cabral 535. Almeida Camargo and Borba de Moraes, Bibliografia da Impressão Régia do Rio de Janeiro I, no. 638: collating as our copy, and with reproduction of title page. Blake I, 409; II, 294. Innocêncio I, 371; II, 234; VIII, 390: calling for 52 pp. Rodrigues 997: "raro." JCB, Portuguese and Brazilian Books 818/18. Not in Bosch. Not in Palha. Porbase locates two copies at the Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal, two at the Biblioteca Municipal de Elvas, and one at the Universidade Católica Portuguesa-Biblioteca João Pauo II. Copac repeats British Library. NUC: CtY, DCU-IA. Seller Inventory # 36642

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