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      Vitorino Nemesio
    
      Francisco Cota Fagundes
    
      Francisco Cota Fagundes

Stormy Isles

An Azorean Tale

; Francisco Cota Fagundes (Redaktør) ; Francisco Cota Fagundes (Oversetter)

Stormy Isles, originally published in Portuguese in 1944 and set in the Azores between 1917 and 1919, focuses on the vivacious and sharp Margarida, who, at twenty years of age, is a model of feminist aspirations and the paragon of her generation. Les mer
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Stormy Isles, originally published in Portuguese in 1944 and set in the Azores between 1917 and 1919, focuses on the vivacious and sharp Margarida, who, at twenty years of age, is a model of feminist aspirations and the paragon of her generation. A member of the elite, she foregoes some of the entitlements of her class and struggles with the morals of the bourgeois society in which her life unfolds. Narrated in realist and poetic language as a series of interconnected tales within a larger story, this completely revised translation of Stormy Isles provides a rich, vivid portrait of the Azores in the early twentieth century.
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Forlag: University of Massachusetts Press
Innbinding: Paperback
Språk: Engelsk
ISBN: 9781933227870
Format: 23 x 15 cm
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Vitorino Nemesio (1901-1978) was a novelist, short story writer, poet, intellectual, journalist, and radio and television personality. Known as a conversationalist, he is considered one of the most significant Portuguese writers of the twentieth century.

Francisco Cota Fagundes is Professor Emeritus in the Department of Spanish & Portuguese Studies at the University of Massachusetts Amherst.