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A massa a levedar: a imagem de Angola e Moçambique no Diário de Miguel Torga

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KROUPOVÁ Lenka

Rok publikování 2016
Druh Článek v odborném periodiku
Časopis / Zdroj Études romanes de Brno
Fakulta / Pracoviště MU

Filozofická fakulta

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www Digitální knihovna FF MU
Doi http://dx.doi.org/10.5817/ERB2016-1-9
Obor Písemnictví, mas-media, audiovize
Klíčová slova Miguel Torga; Diary; colonial empire; colonial war; decolonisation
Popis We intend to reflect in this article Miguel Torga's impressions from his travel to Angola and Mozambique which the author captured in his Diary, cultivated between 1932 and 1994. Torga, who lived an important part of his adolescence in Brazil (1920–1925), was especially sensitive to the conditions of oppression, lack of freedom, intolerance and humiliation. In this regard, we will see Torga pondering about the former Portuguese Empire, finding contrasts in the Portugal of his time, rejecting wars that plagued the territories of the Portuguese Africa, and commenting on the decolonization process. An important portion of this thematic strand was created during his trip to Angola and Mozambique in 1973. Therefore, we hope to provide hints about Torga's understanding of the decolonization process, cultural respect and transmission of ethical values based on his diary entries.
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