"In order to understand Portuguese literature, it is necessary to bear in mind that, given the socio-political circumstances of Portuguese life, this literature was almost always an `official` literature, at whose standards, to gain the bread or preserve the skin, the writers had to conform. "
Exemplary with slight signs of handling on brochure covers and spines, kernels in good condition.
Artwork number 13 from the collection "Signos".
It closes the following chapters: The Sextina and the Sextina de Bernardim; The poetry of Antonio Gedeão; The Blood of Attis; Observations on "the hands and the fruits" of Eugénio de Andrade; From the concept of modernity in contemporary Portuguese poetry; Camões: new observations about his epic and his thought; Ruben Dario "The Sweetness of the Angelus"
Exemplary with faint signs of handling in the brochure covers, kernels in good condition.
"In the face of this brief set of letters, in the image of a bitter, aggressive and sometimes truculent Jorge de Sena, another one overlaps him, equally true: that of the serene and cordial man, firm and constant in friendship, eager for esteem and Of human and literary understanding. "
Exemplary in good condition.
Porto; Editorial Inova; In-8º of 560 (30), pages, Paperback
Work of Hands and fruits collection, anthology, translation, preface and notes by Jorge de Sena, who died before being able to review the third and latest evidence of this book and friendship by the poet José Bento agreed revealest.
Copy in good condition