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Title: Colliding Brazils. "A Death in Brazil: A Book of Omissions" by Peter Robb. [review]
Authors: Ireland, Rowan
Keywords: Australian
Book Reviews
Publishing
travel
Rowan Ireland
Midnight in Sicily
Andreotti
Palermo
Workers' Party
President Fernando Collor
P.C. Farias
Gilberto Freyre
Euclides da Cunha
Machado de Assis
The Masters and the Slaves
African
Indian
Portuguese
Joseph Conrad
Heart of Darkness
Nostromo
Pernambucano
Paulista
Antonio Conselheiro
Zumbí
Zumbi
Dom Helder Câmara
Recife
ethnography
historical research
Lula
Palmares
Spanish Inquisition
colonial Church
Tupí Indians
Joan Didion
Miami
Robert Altman
Los Angeles
Short Cuts
Sao Paulo
Padre Cicero
Protestant Pentecostal
Issue Date: Dec-2003
Publisher: Australian Book Review
Citation: Ireland, Rowan 2003. Colliding Brazils. Review of "A Death in Brazil: A Book of Omissions" by Peter Robb. 'Australian Book Review', No 257, December, 9-10.
Series/Report no.: No 257
Abstract: Australian writer Peter Robb has once again written a whole, complex, foreign society into our comprehension. This time it is Brazil, its myriad worlds of experience, its cruelly stolid immobility and exhilarating changefulness, its very incoherence, somehow made accessible to our understanding.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2328/825
ISSN: 0155-2864
Appears in Collections:No 257 - December, 2003 / January, 2004

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