- Miguel Torga, "Diário": Miguel Torga's diary is available in many volumes, obviously it turned some tradition for students to buy the volume of their birth year.
- José Saramago, "Jamgada de Pecha": a novel.
- Fernando Assis Pacheco, "Trabalhos & Paixões de Benito Prada"
Then, our suggestions for places to read and libraries in Coimbra:
- Biblioteca Geral, University - opposite of FLUC (it has its 500 year anniversary coming up!)
- the libraries of all the faculties, some nice videos to get to know parts of them from our colleagues at UCv:
- Biblioteca Municipal and their webpage:
- Literature events in Coimbra, announced on Camera Municipal's page:
And following (in Portuguese), our links for getting some background information on all the things more or less deep about Lusophone literature:
Very well made site from Instituto Camões, explainig the history of Portuguese literature, main works and authors:
Overview on works, authors, aso, listed by historic context:
Enormous Wikipedia site, way too big if you just want to get a short overview:
Centre of Portuguese Literature of FLUC:
Enormous blog on authors of Portuguese literature, useful for a more specified search and to get to check authors on a more entertaining basis, less scientific:
Very short text, that sums up the most important on Portuguese Literature:
That a-f-ing-mazing children's page, we also used for our Santos Populares show, explaining Dia de Camões:
Wikipedia explaining Luis de Camões:
Wikipedia explaining Camões Day:
Some events on this year's Camões Day: