Adamastor Book Series
Adamastor Book Series, named for the mythological character invented by Camões in the Renaissance epic The Lusiads, is dedicated to publishing both translations of important works from the Portuguese language and essays on Lusophone literatures and cultures.
The Traveling Eye. Retrospection, Vision, and Prophecy in the Portuguese Renaissance
UPNE
The Traveling Eye
Retrospection, Vision, and Prophecy in the Portuguese Renaissance
Fernando Gil, Helder Macedo;
Luís de Sousa Rebelo, contrib.

Tagus Press at UMass Dartmouth

2009 . 440 pp. 7 color illus. 6 x 9"
Literary Criticism - Spanish & Portuguese

$29.95 Paperback, 978-1-933227-29-0

About the Author

Fernando Gil (1937-2006) was Directeur d'Études at the École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales (Paris), Professor of Philosophy at the University of Lisbon and Visiting Professor at The Johns Hopkins University, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and universities in Brazil and Spain. In Portugal, he was the founding president of the Gabinete de Filosofia do Conhecimento, the founding editor of the academic journal Análise, and adviser to the President of the Republic, the Minister for Science and Technology, and the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation. He was awarded the Fernando Pessoa Prize for his contribution to Portuguese culture and was Grande Oficial of the Order of Infante Dom Henrique. His work includes twelve philosophical treatises and books on literature, music and painting.

Helder Macedo(b. 1935) is Professor Emeritus of Portuguese at King’s College, University of London, where he was Camoens Professor and founding editor of the academic journal Portuguese Studies He has been Visiting Professor at Harvard University, École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, and universities in Brazil and Spain. He was Deputy Minister for Culture in the Portuguese Government and is a member of the Portuguese Academy of Sciences and Comendador of the Order of Santiago da Espada. His published work includes ten books of literary criticism, five collections of poetry and five novels.

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