- Title Pages
- Chapter One Decolonizing Consumption and Postcoloniality: A Theory of Allegory in Oswald de Andrade’s <i>Antropofagia</i>
- Chapter Two Mário de Andrade’s Antropofagia and <i>Macunaíma</i> as Anti-Imperial Scene of Writing
- Chapter Three Toward a Multicultural Ethics and Decolonial Meta-Identity in the Work of Fernando Sylvan
- Chapter Four Untranslatable Subalternity and Historicizing Empire’s Enjoyment in Luís Cardoso’s <i>Requiem para o Navegador Solitário</i>
- Chapter Five Imperial Cryptonomy: Colonial Specters and Portuguese Exceptionalism in Isabela Figueiredo’s <i>Caderno de Memórias Coloniais</i>
- Chapter Six Spectrality as Decolonial Narrative Device for Colonial Experience in António Lobo Antunes’s <i>O Esplendor de Portugal</i>
- Chapter Seven Decolonizing Hybridity through Intersectionality and Diaspora in the Poetry of Olinda Beja
- Chapter Eight Transgendering Jesus: Mário Lúcio Sousa’s <i>O Novíssimo Testamento</i> and the Dismantling of Imperial Categories
- Anti-Empire: Decolonial Interventions in Lusophone Literatures
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