A Postcolonial Ulysses in the Lusophone World


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This book investigates the spaces of interaction between Portuguese and Brazilian modernists-specifically Oswald de Andrade, Augusto de Campos and Haroldo de Campos, Ronald de Carvalho, Antonio Ferro, Fernando Pessoa, Mario de Sa-Carneiro-and their interpretation of nation. Most importantly, the way in which their work echoes and transfigures the Ulysses myth, to be termed Portuguese Ulyssism by Brazilian Gilberto Freyre in his reading of Luis Vaz de Camoes's epic poem The Lusiads, is analyzed, underlining the presence of a ...

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