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Chronology of Portuguese Literature

1128-2000

Author(s): Rogério Miguel Puga

Book Description

This is the first Chronology of Portuguese Literature to be published in any language. It presents a comprehensive year-by-year list of significant and representative works of literature published mainly in Portuguese from 1128 to the beginning of the current millennium. As a reference tool, it displays the continuity and variety of the literature of the oldest European country, and documents the development of Portuguese letters from their origins to the year 2000, while also presenting the year of birth and death of each author. This book is an ideal resource for students and academics of Portuguese literature and Lusophone cultures.

Hardback

ISBN-13: 978-1-4438-3003-4
ISBN-10: 1-4438-3003-8
Date of Publication: 01/08/2011
Pages / Size: 205 / A5
Price: £39.99
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Biography

Rogério Miguel Puga holds a PhD in Anglo-Portuguese Studies (FCSH, New University of Lisbon, Portugal), was a Lecturer at the Institute of Education and Sciences (ISEC, Lisbon, 2000–2005), Assistant Professor at the University of Macao (2007–2009) and is now a Senior Researcher at the Centre for English, Translation and Anglo-Portuguese Studies (CETAPS, New University of Lisbon), where he also teaches. He is a research collaborator at the Centre for Overseas History (CHAM, New University) and the Centre for Comparative Studies (University of Lisbon), and an invited researcher at the University of Macau (History Department). He has published several studies on Anglo-Portuguese literary and historical relations, the Portuguese and British Empires, and on Lusophone and Anglophone Literatures, namely: The Portuguese Historical Novel (Lisbon, 2006), A World of Euphemism: Representations of Macao in the Work of Austin Coates. City of Broken Promises as Historical Novel and Female Bildungsroman (Lisbon, 2009), and The English Presence and Anglo-Portuguese Relations in Macao (1635–1794) (Lisbon, 2009). He is the editor of the European Journal of Macao Studies (Portugal), and subject editor for the journal Romance Studies (United Kingdom).