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O Reino sem Corte

a vida em Portugal com a Corte no Brasil,

1807 – 1827


(Kingdom without Court, life in Portugal whilst Court was located in Brazil, 1807- 1827)

In an interdisciplinary perspective, this book presents a series of texts by 15 authors of renowned academic competence who revisited the history of the early Contemporanean Portugal, highlighting the construction of a memory of a Kingdom without
a Court, between ongoing daily life and the institutional debate projecting the future. Luiza Sawaya is the author of the text “Sem Rainha, mas soberana: a música em Portugal na ausência da Corte”. “Queenless but sovereign: music in Portugal with an absent Court”. Lisbon, 2011.

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