After the Revolution: Twenty Years of Portuguese Literature, 1974-1994
Helena Kaufman, Anna Klobucka
Bucknell University Press, 1997 - Literary Criticism - 252 pages
The contributors to this book attempt to describe, analyze, and interpret the literary events and practices that characterize the two decades of Portuguese political and cultural life after the 1974 revolution. This significant event provides the basis for all the issues discussed in this volume and emerges as a principal agent behind Portuguese "cultural renegotiation."
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