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

Table of Contents of The Traveling Eye. Retrospection, Vision, and Prophecy in the Portuguese Renaissance

  • Introductory Note
  • The Poetics of Truth in The Lusiads – Helder Macedo
  • The Lusiads Effect – Fernando Gil
  • The Traveling Eye: The Seas of The Lusiads – Fernando Gil – Translated by K. David Jackson
  • Fernão Lopes, the Seventh Age and the House of Avis – Helder Macedo – Translated by Kenneth Krabbenhoft
  • The Sixteenth-Century Portuguese Chronicles – Luís de Sousa Rebelo
  • The Deceiving Eye – Helder Macedo – Translated by Kenneth Krabbenhoft
  • Sá de Miranda and the Ambiguities of Knowledge – Helder Macedo
  • The Groundless Self – Fernando Gil – Translated by Kenneth Krabbenhoft
  • Bernardim Ribeiro’s Obscure Clarities – Helder Macedo
  • Modes of Absent Love – Fernando Gil
  • Convergence and Dissent – Helder Macedo – Translated by Anna M. Klobucka
  • Appetite and Reason in Camões’s Lyric Poetry – Helder Macedo – Translated by Richard Zenith
  • Nationalism and Pastoralism – Helder Macedo – Translated by Richard Zenith
  • Two Views of António Vieira
  • How to Prove Prophecy: Base the Original on the Copy – Fernando Gil
  • The Coming of the Fifth Empire and Biblical Prophecy – Fernando Gil – Translated by Kenneth Krabbenhoft
  • Index – Compiled by Valéria M. Souza
 
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