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In the mid-1980s, Porto began to open to the cultural, musical, and aesthetic change announced by (post)-modernism. Resistance – and the search for the new – also began to make itself felt through radio programmes, fanzines, concerts, and bulletins. Important was the motto ‘for the right to difference’. In these movements, besides some musicians, certain authors/publishers stood out. António da Silva Oliveira (A. Dasilva O., 1958) was a central figure. He published, assisted in publishing, and promoted projects in the most diverse areas of cultural intervention. Through A. Dasilva O.’s underground ‘cursed’ trajectory, we will trace a portrait of the Portuguese society in its transition to contemporaneity where the arts, music and their subversions played a central role.

Keywords: Porto, 1980s, underground, resistance.

Travessias. v. 14, n. 2. maio/ago. 2020

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Title: Views from Border and overseas: Brazilian marginal literature from the perspective of Heloísa Buarque de Hollanda and Francisco Topa

Authors: Paula GUERRA, Maria Carolina de GODOY & Patrícia MARCONDES DE BARROS

Year: 2020

2020 – GUERRA, Paula; GODOY, Maria Carolina de & MARCONDES DE BARROS, Patrícia (2020) – ‘Views from Border and overseas’: Brazilian marginal literature from the perspective of Heloísa Buarque de Hollanda and Francisco Topa. Interviews. Travessias. v. 14, n. 2. maio/ago. 2020. Dossier On the sidelines: Resistances and reexistences in Brazilian literature. pp. 7-14. e-ISSN: 1982-5935. URL: http://e-revista.unioeste.br/index.php/travessias/article/view/25503

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