Perceptions of China in Modern Portuguese Literature

Author: Brookshaw, David Rowan

Table of Contents

Table of contents:
Foreword; Preface
1. Introduction
2. Native colonial or colonial native? China through the eyes of Camilo Pessanha
3. Orients of the imagination: Eça de Queirós and Miguel Torga
4. Hidden dangers: the Orient of the colonial novel
5. Insiders and outsiders: the China of Deolinda da Conceição and Maria Ondina Braga
6. Women on the periphery
7. Macau as roots and the fiction of Henrique de Senna Fernandes
8. Macau as routes: the novels of Rodrigo Leal de Carvalho
9. The literature of Transition
10. Conclusion: exile, return, new departures
Bibliography; Index