A Postcolonial Ulysses in the Lusophone World


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"'Portuguese Ulyssism' (Gilberto Freyre's concept referring to Lu???is Vaz de Cam???oes's epic and the Portuguese maritime voyage in the Renaissance) is an axial cultural construct, which this work partially absorbs but also departs from, to assert mutating literary experiences referring to the Camonean version of the myth in the epic Os Lus???iadas/The Lusiads. Vaz de Cam???oes's epic describes Vasco da Gama's voyage to India and his encounters with numerous obstacles and hardships in the New World, thus relocating Homer's ...

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