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Antonio Sáez Delgado
 Senior Lecturer (Professor Auxiliar)

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Biographical note:

Antonio Sáez Delgado (PhD, University of Extremadura, 1999) is an Assistant Professor at the School of Social Sciences at the University of Evora. He is a writer, researcher and translator working in the area of Comparative Literature and has specialized in the literary relations between Spain and Portugal in the first decades of the 20th century, having written several monographs on this domain. As a translator, he was awarded the Giovanni Pontiero Prize in 2008 and has translated into Spanish several authors such as Fernando Pessoa, Teixeira de Pascoaes, Fialho de Almeida, António Lobo Antunes and Manuel António Pina, among others. As a literary critic, he collaborates regularly with Babelia, the cultural supplement of El País newspaper. He is the director of Suroeste, a magazine of Iberian literatures.


Five Selected publications:

    • 2012. Nuevos espíritus contemporáneos. Diálogos literarios luso-españoles entre el Modernismo y la Vanguardia. Sevilla: Editorial Renacimiento. .
    • 2011. Fernando Pessoa e Espanha. Évora: Licorne.
    • 2008. Espíritus contemporáneos. Relaciones literarias luso-españolas entre el Modernismo y la Vanguardia. Sevilla: Editorial Renacimiento.
    • 2002. Adriano del Valle y Fernando Pessoa (apuntes de una amistad). Gijón: Llibros del Pexe.
    • 2000. Órficos y Ultraístas. Portugal y España en el diálogo de las primeras vanguardias literarias (1915-1925). Mérida: Editora Regional de Extremadura.





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