Crime Of Father Amaro

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The Crime Of Father Amaro

Author : José Maria de Eça de Queirós
ISBN : 0811215326
Genre : Fiction
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Ea de Queirs's novel is a lurid satire of clerical corruption in a town in Portugal during a period before and after the 1871 Paris Commune.
Category: Fiction

The Crime Of Father Amaro

Author : Eça de Queirós
ISBN : 1857546849
Genre : Fiction
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"Translated into English, this highly controversial work of fiction is set in Leiria, Mexico, in a material and religious culture of this century not unlike the provincial Portugal where, as a young man, Eca de QuTiros was dispatched to train for the consular service. Leiria is a provincial cathedral city, in which the hypocrisies of churchmen were prevalent. Father Amaro, a young man like Eca himself, with a priestly rather than a diplomatic vocation, falls into a relationship with a woman, and their tragic story unfolds with a harsh relentlessness. The situation of women, tightly swaddled in conformities yet fevered in their illusions of romance, is addressed in this novel."
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A Master On The Periphery Of Capitalism

Author : Roberto Schwarz
ISBN : 9780822380801
Genre : Literary Criticism
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A Master on the Periphery of Capitalism is a translation (from the original Portuguese) of Roberto Schwarz’s renowned study of the work of Brazilian novelist Machado de Assis (1839–1908). A leading Brazilian theorist and author of the highly influential notion of “misplaced ideas,” Schwarz focuses his literary and cultural analysis on Machado’s The Posthumous Memoirs of Brás Cubas, which was published in 1880. Writing in the Marxist tradition, Schwarz investigates in particular how social structure gets internalized as literary form, arguing that Machado’s style replicates and reveals the deeply embedded class divisions of nineteenth-century Brazil. Widely acknowledged as the most important novelist to have written in Latin America before 1940, Machado had a surprisingly modern style. Schwarz notes that the unprecedented wit, sarcasm, structural inventiveness, and mercurial changes of tone and subject matter found in The Posthumous Memoirs of Brás Cubas marked a crucial moment in the history of Latin American literature. He argues that Machado’s vanguard narrative reflects the Brazilian owner class and its peculiar status in both national and international contexts, and shows why this novel’s success was no accident. The author was able to confront some of the most prestigious ideologies of the nineteenth century with some uncomfortable truths, not the least of which was that slavery remained the basis of the Brazilian economy. A Master on the Periphery of Capitalism will appeal to those with interests in Latin American literature, nineteenth century history, and Marxist literary theory.
Category: Literary Criticism

Depicting Desire

Author : Rachael Langford
ISBN : 3039103210
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Papers presented at a conference on "Textual Intersections in the Nineteenth Century: European Literatures, Histories, and Arts" held at Cardiff University in July 2001.
Category: Literary Criticism

Movies That Matter

Author : Richard Leonard
ISBN : 9780829430448
Genre : Performing Arts
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Hemisphere

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ISBN : UOM:39015078274639
Genre : Caribbean Area
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Category: Caribbean Area

Magill S Cinema Annual

Author : Christine Tomassini
ISBN : 1558624597
Genre : Performing Arts
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Magill's Cinema Annual offers an in-depth retrospective of significant domestic and foreign films released in the U.S. Distinguishing features include its extensive credits, awards and nominations, MPAA ratings, eight indexes, and most importantly its exhaustive critical reviews with author bylines.
Category: Performing Arts

Eugene Onegin

Author : Aleksandr Sergeevich Pushkin
ISBN : UOM:39015060132910
Genre : Fiction
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"Eugene Onegin (1823-31) is an eight-chapter novel in sonnets. The sonnet form employed is Pushkin's own devising, which he uses to modulate Mozart-like, between tragic profundity and sparkling humour, from exquisite lyrical descriptions of nature to devastating satire, all within a twinkling of the proverbial eyelid. The story and plot are simple, not unlike those of Pride and Prejudice, but with the ending left open. All Russian literature after Pushkin is influenced one way or another by Eugene Onegin, which is one of the most dazzling works of nineteenth-century European literature."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved
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The City And The Mountains

Author : Eça de Queirós
ISBN : STANFORD:36105132234746
Genre : Portugal
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Jacinto was born and brought up in Paris and has never visited Portugal. He lives in a mansion crammed with books and with all the latest gadgets, for he believes that human happiness depends on a combination of erudition and the most sophisticated of mechanical aids. When he travels to his estate in Portugal, he discovers that none of the boxes and crates he has despatched from Paris have arrived. How will he survive without civilisation's essential comforts?
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Annotated Books Received

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ISBN : UCR:31210022123598
Genre : English imprints
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London Magazine

Author : John Lehmann
ISBN : STANFORD:36105113564475
Genre : English literature
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Category: English literature

Sight And Sound

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ISBN : UCSC:32106016979640
Genre : Motion pictures
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Sodomy And Sodomites In Luso Brazilian History

Author : Harold Benjamin Johnson
ISBN : STANFORD:36105124050118
Genre : History
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This volume of collected articles is the first to focus exclusively on the history of homosexuality in the Portuguese-speaking world. Of the thirteen studies included, nine make available for the first time in English the work of eminent Luso-Brazilian historians, including no less than three by the preeminent researcher in the field, Professor Luiz Mott of the Federal University of Bahia. Two others analyze in detail the first novels, The Baron of Lavos in Portugal and Bom-Crioulo in Brazil--both written in the 1890s--that portray a homosexual relationship in a frankly realistic way. The collection should serve as essential reading for courses in Portuguese and Brazilian social history.
Category: History

Maximum Rocknroll

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ISBN : UOM:39015073794847
Genre : Popular music
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Category: Popular music