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Martins, J. Publication Timeline. Most widely held works by J. Para uma leitura da poesia de Bocage by J. Leituras do desejo em Camilo Castelo Branco Book 1 edition published in in Portuguese and held by 12 WorldCat member libraries worldwide.
Leituras do desejo em Camilo Castelo Branco Book 1 edition published in in Portuguese and held by 4 WorldCat member libraries worldwide. O lima by Diogo Bernardes Book 1 edition published in in Portuguese and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide. Combining the socio-literary analysis of four works of fiction, representative of the main lines of confrontation both for their aesthetic and ideological values, and the historical analysis of book translations, this study brings to the foreground the various constituent poles of the Portuguese literary field between and and shows its polyphonic complexity.
Finally, Maria! The last section is devoted to the consideration of translated literature reasons for success or absence of some authors and the method of nationalization that Castilho applied to it in order to perpetuate the established order. O'Neill began his career as founder of the Surrealist Movement of Lisbonin , an artistic and literary movement created thirty years after the French school, in opposition to theSalazar dictatorship.
In , with the publication of Tempo de Fantasmas, his first collection of poems,O'Neill radically detaches himself from the movement and creates an original form of poetry.
Yet the criticswill, for a long time, consider him a surrealist poet. His project to transform reality is characterised by a singular approach to daily life. The transformation of reality through bursts of language, the transgression ofofficial discourse as an attack towards the political system and the morals of Portuguese society, the humorous attack against his country's entire literature canon: O'Neill uses elements of surrealist writing and directs it towards a specific transgression.
He refuses to limit language to an ordinary usage; his exploitation of everydayness, along with his observation of people, of their identity and of social matters, forge a singular poetical material with an emancipatory horizon: it is necessary to reach possibilities of building a different reality through poetry. As a liberator and a catalyst of thought, he shows, through his poetry, other ways in which the use of language is possible.
This language is capable of transforming the world: by challenging the normative system of the normative system of representing reality, O'Neill creates the poetics of humans. Audience Level. Related Identities. Associated Subjects. Alternative Names. Portuguese 43 French 2. Author , Editor , Author of introduction , Opponent , Publishing director. F27, Project Page Feedback Known Problems.
Obras de Manuel Maria Barbosa du Bocage