Brazil and the Discovery of America: Narrative, History, Fiction 1492-1992

Brazil and the Discovery of America: Narrative, History, Fiction 1492-1992

By: Bernard McGuirk (editor), Solange Ribeiro De Oliveira (editor), Ribeiro de Oliveira,Solange (editor)Hardback

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Violent hierarchies and reconstructions, Bernard McGuirk; "Nudity versus Royal Robe" - signs in rotation from (in)culture to (in)translation in Latin America, Else Ribeiro Pires Vieira; Brazilian independence and nation building, Rodrigo P.S. Motta; models of representative democracy in Brazilian political thought, Adriano Sergio Lopes da Gama Cerqueira; the Iberian model of political organization in the colonial context, Andrea Lisly Goncalves; woman and the new Brazilian constitution, Florisa Verucci; the redemption of the poor speaker, Maria Magdalena Lana Gastelois; Gonzaga or the reverse of Fanfarrao - the power of language and the language of power, Luiz Carlos Villalta; the other America - images of Brazil in Elizabeth Bishop and P.K. Page, Regina Przybycien; old words and ages - voices of Africa, Laura Cavalcante Padilha; gestures of memory - transplanting black African networks, Leda Maria Martins; on the portrayal of Indians in the colonial epic - Muhuraida or the triumph of the faith, Marta Rosa Amoroso; Richard Burton - travels and melancholy, Alfredo Cordiviola; cats in the oven - cultural identity and immigration, Leopoldo Comitt; translation - a meeting place of cultures, Pavla Lidmilova; the technological conquest of America - 500 years on, Guillermo Giucci; Diogo Mainardi and the postmodern Brazilian narrative, Angela Prysthon; narrative and enslavement - Utopia as a handful of dust, Solange Ribeiro de Oliveira; space, self, other - Latin America and the "third term", Bernard McGuirk; postscript: Oswald de Andrade - from concealment to explosion, Haroldo de Campos.

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  • ISBN13: 9780773488045
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 236
  • ID: 9780773488045
  • ISBN10: 0773488049

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