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Consensus and Debate in Salazar's Portugal: Visual and Literary Negotiations of the National Text, 1933-1948

Ellen W. Sapega
Format
Book
Published
University Park, Pa. : Pennsylvania State University Press, c2008.
Language
English
Series
Penn State Romance Studies
ISBN
0271034106 (cloth : alk. paper), 0271034114 (paper : alk. paper)
Summary
"A study of art, architecture and literature produced in Portugal and Cape Verde during the period 1933-1948. Documents artistic responses to images of the Portuguese nation promoted by the Salazar government's Office of State Propaganda. Examines the works of José de Almada Negreiros, Irene Lisboa, and Baltasar Lopes"--Provided by publisher.
Contents
  • Staging memory : "the most Portuguese village in Portugal" and the exposition of the Portuguese world
  • Between modernity and tradition : José de Almada Negreiros's visual commentaries on popular experience
  • Family secrets : Irene Lisboa's critique of "God, pátria, and family"
  • Imperial dreams and colonial nightmares : Baltasar Lopes's ambivalent embrace of Lusotropicalism
  • Conclusion : memory and the collective imagination under the Estado Novo and in its aftermath.
Description
x, 168 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references (p. [153]-160) and index.
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