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Portuguese Literary & Cultural Studies (PLCS) is an interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed online journal that publishes original research related to the literatures and cultures of the diverse communities of the Portuguese-speaking world from a broad range of academic, critical and theoretical approaches.
Portuguese Literary & Cultural Studies 28
Portuguese Literary & Cultural Studies 28
Fernando Pessoa as English Reader and Writer
Guest editor: Patricio Ferrari & Jerónimo Pizarro

Tagus Press at UMass Dartmouth

2014 . 296 pp. 51 illus . 6 x 9"
Literary Criticism - Spanish & Portuguese

$24.95 Paperback, 978-1-933227-65-8

Table of Contents of Fernando Pessoa as English Reader and Writer

  • A Note from the Editor-in-Chief: “A Very Original Issue”
  • Introduction—Patricio Ferrari and Jerónimo Pizarro

FERNANDO PESSOA AS ENGLISH READER AND WRITER

  • Key to Symbols Used in Transcriptions
  • Barrowby, Boys’ Books, and How to Make Literature—Richard Zenith
  • Pessoa, Anon, and the Natal Colony: Retracing an Imperial Matrix—Stefan Helgesson
  • World War I: Europe, Africa, and “O Menino da sua mãe”—George Monteiro
  • Notes on the Modernist Long Poem in the Writings of Fernando Pessoa’s Heteronym Álvaro de Campos and T. S. Eliot—Pauly Ellen Bothe
  • Mediating Transnational Reception in Portuguese Modernism: Fernando Pessoa and the English Magazines—Patricia Silva McNeill
  • “History of a Dictatorship”: An Unfinished Political Essay by the Young Fernando Pessoa—José Barreto – Translated by Mario Pereira
  • Pessoa and Keats—Mariana Gray de Castro
  • The Art of Drama According to Browning and Pessoa—Flávio Rodrigo Penteado and Caio Gagliardi –Translated by Luciano de Souza and Serena Rivera
  • Pessoa’s Walter Pater: Archival Material from a Reading Story—Jorge Uribe
  • Four Unpublished English Sonnets (and the Editorial Status of Pessoa’s English Poetry)—Patricio Ferrari and Carlos Pittella-Leite

FICTION

  • “A Very Original Dinner” by Fernando Pessoa—With an introduction by Natalia Jerez Quintero
  • ESSAY
  • Excerpts from “Erostratus” by Fernando Pessoa—With an introduction by Filipa Freitas

TRANSLATION

  • Dryden, Keats, Tennyson, and Browning: Unpublished Translations by Fernando Pessoa—With an introduction by Claudia J. Fischer – Translated by Carole Garton

INTERVIEW AND REVIEWS

  • An Interview with Margaret Jull Costa – Conducted by Maria de Lurdes Sampaio
  • Patricia Silva McNeill on Pauly Ellen Bothe, ed., Apreciações literárias de Fernando Pessoa
  • George Monteiro on Fernando Pessoa, Eu sou uma antologia: 136 autores fictícios, ed. Jerónimo Pizarro and Patricio Ferrari
  • Susan Margaret Brown on Fernando Pessoa, No Matter What We Dream: Selected English Poems
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