JOSÉ SARAMAGO AND PORTUGUESE LITERATURE AND LANGUAGE: ON-LINE RESEARCH RESOURCES

My current research activity on Portuguese literature in general, and José Saramago in particular, has unearthed the existence of a wealth of invaluable research material in the field (and also on Portuguese language matters), which I now share. I am pleased to add that everything listed here is open access and free of charge!

PORTUGUESE LITERATURE IN GENERAL

Instituto Camões: Revista ‘Camões’ – on-line collection:

http://cvc.instituto-camoes.pt/conhecer/biblioteca-digital-camoes/revistas-e-periodicos/revista-camoes

FERNANDO PESSOA AND HETERONYMS

Virtually the complete works, at: Arquivo Pessoa – Lisboa: Obra Aberta CRL, 2008 – http://arquivopessoa.net

JOSÉ SARAMAGO

Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal – a wealth of archive material, to be explored at:

http://purl.pt

Notably, the original typescript, with corrections, of Saramago’s ‘O Ano da Morte de Ricardo Reis’: http://purl.pt/13872

Fundação José Saramago:

https://www.josesaramago.org/

  • Bibliography of works by and on Saramago:

https://www.josesaramago.org/bibliografia-ativa-de-jose-saramago/

https://www.josesaramago.org/bibliografia-passiva-de-jose-saramago/

  • Revista digital ‘Blimunda’ – on-line collection:

https://www.josesaramago.org/revista-digital-blimunda-i/

  • Revista de Estudos Saramaguianos – on-line collection:

https://estudossaramaguianos.com/

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PORTUGUESE LANGUAGE

http://www.portaldalinguaportuguesa.org/main.html

and on the 1994 spelling reform:

http://voc.cplp.org/

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The compilers of this material, and Portugal’s academic, literary and cultural milieux in general are to be congratulated on making so much useful material available, in user-friendly form and free of charge. A luta continua!

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