The Brazilian Empire. Myths and Histories.
Emilia Viotti de Costa.

Chicago & London: The University of Chicago Press, 1985. 9" x 6". 287pp. Beige cloth hardback, in dust wrapper. Ownership signature, else fine in a near fine jacket. This important collection of essays on Brazilian history includes chapters on Jose Bonifacio de Andrada e Liva, a Brazilian founding father, liberalism, land policies, sharecroppers and plantation owners, slavery, the fall of the monarchy, the myth of racial democracy, etc. Hardcover 0226856674 (Item ID: 9614)


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