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Fontinhas, José 1923- (Eugénio de Andrade, Eugénio de Andrade)

Fontinhas, José 1923- (Eugénio de Andrade, Eugénio de Andrade)

PERSONAL:

Born January 19, 1923, in Póvoa da Atalaia, Portugal.

CAREER:

Poet.

WRITINGS:

POETRY; UNDER PSEUDONYM EUGÉNIO DE ANDRADE

As Mãos e os Frutos, Fundação Eugénio de Andrade (Porto, Portugal), 1948, 19th edition, 2000.

Os Amantes sem Dinheiro, 1950, 15th edition, Fundação Eugénio de Andrade (Porto, Portugal), 2000.

As Palavras Interditas, 1951, 10th edition, Limiar (Porto, Portugal), 1990.

Até Amanhã, 1956, 10th edition, Limiar (Porto, Portugal), 1956.

Coração do Dia, 1958, 11th edition, Fundação Eugénio de Andrade (Porto, Portugal), 1994.

Mar de Setembro, 1961, 12th edition, Fundação Eugénio de Andrade (Porto, Portugal), 1994.

Ostinato Rigore, 1964, 11th edition, Fundação Eugénio de Andrade (Porto, Portugal), 1997.

Poemas (1945-1966), 1966, 3rd edition, 1971.

Obscuro Domínio, 1971, 8th edition, Fundação Eugénio de Andrade (Porto, Portugal), 2000, translation by Alexis Levitin published as Dark Domain, Guernica Editions (Buffalo, NY), 2000.

Véspera de Água, 1973, 6th edition, Limiar (Porto, Portugal), 1990.

Escrita da Terra, 1974, 5th edition, Limiar (Porto, Portugal), 1983.

Homenagens e outros Epitáfios, 1974, 8th edition, Fundação Eugénio de Andrade (Porto, Portugal), 1993.

Limiar dos Pássaros, 1976, 7th edition, Fundação Eugénio de Andrade (Porto, Portugal), 1994.

Primeiros Poemas, 1977, 10th edition, Fundação Eugénio de Andrade (Porto, Portugal), 2000.

Memória Doutro Rio, 1978, 4th edition, Limiar (Porto, Portugal), 1985, translation by Alexis Levitin published as Memory of Another River, New Rivers Press (Minneapolis, MN), 1988.

Matéria Solar, 1980, 5th edition, Fundação Eugénio de Andrade (Porto, Portugal), 2000, translation by Alexis Levitin published as Solar Matter, QED Press (Fort Bragg, CA), 1995.

O Peso da Sombra, 1982, 3rd edition, Limiar (Porto, Portugal), 1989, translation by Alexis Levitin published as The Shadow's Weight (bilingual edition), Gávea-Brown (Providence, RI), 1996.

Branco no Branco, 1984, 5th edition, Fundação Eugénio de Andrade (Porto, Portugal), 1993, translation by Alexis Levitin published as White on White, Quarterly Review of Literature (Princeton, NJ), 1987.

Inhabited Heart: The Selected Poems of Eugénio de Andrade (bilingual edition), translated by Alexis Levitin, Perivale Press (Van Nuys, CA), 1985.

Vertentes do Olhar, 1987, 3rd edition, Fundação Eugénio de Andrade (Porto, Portugal), 1998, transla- tion by Alexis Levitin published as Slopes of a Gaze, Apalachee Press (Tallahassee, FL), 1992.

O Outro Nome da Terra, 1988, 2nd edition, Limiar (Porto, Portugal), 1989, translation by Alexis Levitin published as Another Name for Earth, QED Press (Fort Bragg, CA), 1997.

Contra a Obscuridade, 1988, 5th edition, Fundação Eugénio de Andrade (Porto, Portugal), 1993.

Poesia e Prosa (1940-1989), 1989, 4th edition, Limiar (Porto, Portugal), 1990.

Rente ao Dizer, 1992, 2nd edition, Fundação Eugénio de Andrade (Porto, Portugal), 1992.

Oficio de Paciência, 1994, 2nd edition, Fundação Eugénio de Andrade (Porto, Portugal), 2000.

O Sal da Língua, 1995, 2nd edition, Fundação Eugénio de Andrade (Porto, Portugal), 1996.

Pequeno Formato, 1997, 2nd edition, Fundação Eugénio de Andrade (Porto, Portugal), 1997.

Os Lugares do Lume, 1998, 2nd edition, Fundação Eugénio de Andrade (Porto, Portugal), 1998.

Poemas de Eugénio de Andrade, selected and annotated by Arnaldo Saraiva, Nova Fronteira (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil), 1999.

Poesia, Fundação Eugénio de Andrade (Porto, Portugal), 2000.

Close to Speech, translated by Alexis Levitin, Red Dancefloor Press (Lancaster, CA), 2000.

Forbidden Words: Selected Poetry of Eugénio de Andrade (bilingual edition), translated by Alexis Levitin, New Directions (New York, NY), 2003.

De Andrade's poetry has been widely translated into other languages.

OTHER; UNDER PSEUDONYM EUGÉNIO DE ANDRADE

(Translator) Poemas de García Lorca, 1946, 5th edition, Fundação Eugénio de Andrade (Porto, Portugal), 2000.

Os Afluentes do Silêncio (prose), 1968, 9th edition, Fundação Eugénio de Andrade (Porto, Portugal), 1997.

(Editor) Daqui Houve Nome Portugal (anthology), 1968, 4th edition, Edições Asa (Porto, Portugal), 2000.

(Translator) Cartas Portuguesas, atribuídas a Mariana Alcoforado, 1969, 8th edition, Assírio e Alvim (Lisbon, Portugal), 1993.

(Editor) Memórias de Alegria (anthology), 1971, 2nd edition, Campo das Letras (Porto, Portugal), 1996.

(Editor) Antologia Breve, 1972, 7th edition, Fundação Eugénio de Andrade (Porto, Portugal), 1999.

(Editor) Versos e Alguma Prosa de Luis de Camões (anthology), 1972, 5th edition, Campo das Letras (Porto, Portugal), 1998.

(Translator) Poemas e Fragmentos de Safo, 1974, 5th edition, Fundação Eugénio de Andrade (Porto, Portugal), 1995.

Rosto Precário (prose), 1976, 6th edition, Fundação Eugénio de Andrade (Porto, Portugal), 1995.

História da Égua Branca (juvenile), 1977, 7th edition, Campo das Letras (Porto, Portugal), 2000.

(Translator) Trocar de Rosa, 1980, 5th edition, Fundação Eugénio de Andrade (Porto, Portugal), 1995.

(Editor and author of preface) Eros de Passagem (anthology), 1982, 3rd edition, Campo das Letras (Porto, Portugal), 1998.

Aquela Nuvem e Outras (juvenile), 1986, 8th edition, Campo das Letras (Porto, Portugal), 1999.

À Sombra da Memória (prose), Fundação Eugénio de Andrade (Porto, Portugal), 1993.

(Editor) A Cidade de Garrett (anthology), 1993, 3rd edition, Fundação Eugénio de Andrade (Porto, Portugal), 1997.

(Editor) Alentejo (anthology), 1993, augmented edition, Campo das Letras (Porto, Portugal), 1997.

(Editor) Fernando Pessoa, Poesias Escolhidas (anthology), 1995, 5th edition, Campo das Letras (Porto, Portugal), 2000.

(Editor) Antologia Pessoal da Poesia Portuguesa (anthology), 1999, 3rd edition, Campo das Letras (Porto, Portugal), 2000.

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