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Colonial and post-colonial Goan literature in Portuguese : woven palms

Colonial and post-colonial Goan literature in Portuguese : woven palms

Author: Paul Melo e Castro
Publisher: Cardiff University of Wales Press 2019
Series: Iberian and Latin American studies
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

A collection of academic articles on Goan literature in Portuguese, stretching from the colonial late-nineteenth century to the postcolonial period of the 1960s and 1970s.

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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Paul Melo e Castro
ISBN: 9781786833907 1786833905
OCLC Number: 1137813560
Description: x, 260 Seiten ; 22 cm
Contents: Series Editors' Foreword Notes on Contributors Introduction: The Cartography of Goan Literature in Portuguese: One Language in a Multilingual Social Landscape - Paul Melo e CastroThe Story of Goan Literature in Portuguese: A Question of Terminology - Helder Garmes and Paul Melo e CastroAgainst British Rule and Indian Castes: The First Portuguese language Goan Novel, Os Brahmanes (1866) by Francisco Luis Gomes - Everton V. MachadoThe Lives and Times of GIP and Francisco Joao da Costa - Sandra Ataide LoboEchoes of Portuguese India in Goan Poets, 1893-1973 - K. David JacksonIn the Land of 'Advogadomania': The Representation of the Goan Provisionario in Jose da Silva Coelho's Contos Regionais - Luis Pedroso de Lima Cabral de Oliveira'The Voice of Two Worlds': Lusotropicalism in the Context and Reception of Vimala Devi's Suria - Duarte Drumond Braga Women without Men in Vimala Devi's Moncao - Cielo Giselda FestinoWomen's Worlds in Women's Words: Poetry and Memory in Vimala Devi and Eunice De Souza - Joana PassosScience over Superstition? The Representation of the Social World of the Novas Conquistas in Bodki (1962) by Agostinho Fernandes - Eufemiano Miranda and Paul Melo e CastroSem Flores Nem Coroas: Reflections on the Play by Orlando Da Costa - M. Filomena de Brito Gomes RodriguesThe Dregs Populating the Village of Santana: Rural Goa in Three Stories by Epitacio Pais - Paul Melo e CastroWriting from within the Father's House and beyond: Goan Women Writing in Different Historical Spaces - Edith Noronha Melo FurtadoNotes Index
Series Title: Iberian and Latin American studies
Responsibility: edited by Paul Melo e Castro.


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`The traditions of thought associated with colonial and post-colonial Goan literature are long-lasting and diverse. However, while much in the area of post-colonial studies in India has addressed Read more...

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