Bernardim Ribeiro, marble sculpture by António Alberto Nunes.
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His father, Damião Ribeiro, was implicated in the conspiracy against King John II of Portugal. His Livro das saudades, mostly known as Menina e moça (taken from its incipit) and translated as Maiden and Modest in English, is one of the finest examples of the genre of pastoral romance in Renaissance literature.
- Ribeiro, Bernardim (2012). Maiden and Modest: A Renaissance Pastoral Romance. Trans. by Gregory Rabassa (1st ed.). Dartmouth, Massachusetts: Tagus Press at UMass Dartmouth. ISBN 978-1-933227-37-5.
- Works by Bernardim Ribeiro at Project Gutenberg
- Works by or about Bernardim Ribeiro at Internet Archive (optimized for the non-Beta site)
- Works by Bernardim Ribeiro at LibriVox (public domain audiobooks)
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