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  • Mooringsby Josiah Blackmore

    University of Minnesota Press 2008; US$ 75.00

    In this first book to study Portuguese texts about Africa, Moorings brings an important but little-known body of European writings to bear on contemporary colonial thought. Images of Africa as monstrous, dangerous, and lush were created in early Portuguese imperial writings and dominated its representation in European literature. Moorings establishes... more...

  • The Songs of António Bottoby Antonio Botto; Fernando Pessoa; Josiah Blackmore

    University of Minnesota Press 2010; US$ 54.00

    António Botto was one of Portugal's first openly gay writers, a poète maudit whose unapologetic and candid verses about homosexual life and passion were both praised and reviled when they appeared in Portuguese in 1922 under the title Canções . Botto's poetic voice-confessional, personal, and intimate-revels and luxuriates... more...

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