The Literary Institution in Portugal since the Thirties: An Analysis under Special Consideration of the Publishing Market


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Despite the numerous studies of the politics, economy, culture, and society of the Estado Novo , the relations established between publishers, authors, and governmental institutions and their contribution to the making of the literary canon are still marginal subjects of analysis. Based on the systems theories developed by Bourdieu, Dubois and Even-Zohar, this study focuses on the cultural production produced during the Estado Novo (1933-1974) and after the Revolution (1974-2004), within their political, economic and social framework. The chapters on Jose Saramago and Jose Luis Peixoto show them as examples of literary consecration that confirm the systemic relations in the Portuguese literary field. This research makes use of a survey on habits of purchase of Portuguese fiction, interviews with publishers, original statistical analyses, and takes a new approach to the study of Portuguese literature.

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Peter Lang AG, Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften
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Inglés
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Tapa blanda
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9783034300506
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