Lídia Jorge : in other words = Lídia Jorge : por outras palavras / Cláudia Pazos Alonso, guest editor.

Other Title:
Lídia Jorge : por outras palavras
Dartmouth, Massachusetts : Tagus Press, Center for Portuguese Studies and Culture, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, 1999.
Portuguese literary and cultural studies ; 2.
Portuguese literary & cultural studies, 1521-804X ; 2 (Spring 1999)
1 online resource (242 pages) : illustrations.
Jorge, Lídia -- Criticism and interpretation.
Electronic books.
"The present volume features an array of essays on some of Lídia Jorge’s best-known fiction. Special attention is devoted here to A Costa dos Murmúrios, undoubtedly her most celebrated novel at home and abroad. The importance of its central theme–a personal recollection of colonial wartime in Mozambique that engages in dialogue with the highly fictionalized account featured at the outset of the book–would amply suffice to justify the interest it has elicited. But the original treatment which Lídia Jorge affords to her chosen theme enables her to problematize a wide range of issues close to the heart of modern readers (be they Portuguese or not), including personal and collective identity, memory, history, language, and representation itself." -- Publisher's description.
Introduction / Cláudia Pazos Alonso
Articles. (Re)Telling history : Lídia Jorge’s "O dia dos prodígios" / Lígia Silva
Sex and success in "Notícia da cidade Silvestre : a tale of two cities / Cláudia Pazos Alonso
"Costa dos murmúrios: uma ambiguidade inesperada / Paula Jordão
Memória Infinita / Paulo de Medeiros
Back to Nietzsche : the making of an intellectual/woman. Lídia Jorge’s "Costa dos murmúrios" / Hilary Owen
Donning the “gift” of representation : Lídia Jorge’s "Instrumentalina" / Ana Paula Ferreira
Da "performance" como retórica (e vice-versa) / Maria Lúcia Lepecki
Contingency and loss in "Marido e outros contos" / Ellen W. Sapega
Picturing time : some photographs of Lídia Jorge / Memory Holloway
Romance e o tempo que passa ou a convenção do mundo imaginado / Lídia Jorge
Interview with Lídia Jorge / Stephanie d’Orey
Selected Bibliography / Cláudia Pazos Alonso
Reviews. Apresentação de "O Vale da Paixãoz" de Lídia Jorge, a 8 de Julho de 1998 na Livraria Barata, Lisboa / Elfriede Engelmayer
"Politics of postmodernity." Edited by James Good and Irving Velody (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1998) ; Hermínio Martins. "Classe, status e poder" (Lisbon: ICS, 1998) / Carlos Leone
Rosa Lobato de Faria. "O Romance de Cordélia" (Lisboa: Edições Asa, 1998) / Leonor Simas Almeida
Luísa Costa Gomes. "Educação para a Tristeza" (Lisboa: Editorial Presenca, 1998) / Maria Eduarda Vassallo Pereira
Helder Macedo. "Pedro e Paula" (Lisboa: Editorial Presença, 1998) / Isabel A. Ferreira
George Monteiro. "The presence of Pessoa : English, American, and Southern African literary responses" (Lexington: The University Press of Kentucky, 1998) / Silva Carvalho
"Fernando Pessoa & co. : selected poems by Fernando Pessoa." Edited and translated by Richard Zenith (New York: Grove Press, 1998) / Elide V. Oliver
"Portugal heute. Politik. Wirtschaft. Kultur." Edited by Dietrich Briesemeister and Axel Schönberger (Bibliotheca Ibero-Americana vol. 64. Frankfurt, a.M.: Vervuert Verlag, 1997) / Paulo de Medeiros
Abstracts. Contributors.
Selected bibliography of Lídia Jorge (pages [175]-177).
Includes bibliographical references.
Alonso, Cláudia Pazos, editor.
University of Massachusetts Dartmouth. Center for Portuguese Studies and Culture.
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