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Graciliano Ramos and the Making of Modern Brazil : Memory, Politics and Identities (Hardcover)
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Brazilian writer Graciliano Ramos (1892–1953) is a key figure in understanding the making of modern Brazil, and this collection gathers the most up-to-date criticism and analysis of his work. Contributors consider issues such as Ramos's dialogue with literary tradition, his legacy for contemporary writers, and his treatment of racial discrimination and gender inequality. The book also addresses his involvement in politics, offering fresh perspectives on what can be gleaned of his political thinking from his work and engagement.
Number of Pages: 288
Genre: History, Social Science
Series Title: University of Wales - Iberian and Latin American Studies
Publisher: Univ of Chicago Pr
Street Date: August 15, 2017
Item Number (DPCI): 248-47-3973
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