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Amado, Jorge; Shelby, Barbara (Translated by)

Published by Bard Books; Avon, New York (1978)

ISBN 10: 0380410206 ISBN 13: 9780380410200

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Item Description: Bard Books; Avon, New York, 1978. Mass Market Paperback. Book Condition: Good. 1st. 401 pp.; 18 cm. Translation of: Tenda dos milagres. Good+. Tight, clean copy. Browning. First edition thus. Size: 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. Bookseller Inventory # 070716

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Amado, Jorge:

Published by München, Zürich : Piper (1978)

ISBN 10: 3492023371 ISBN 13: 9783492023375

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Item Description: München, Zürich : Piper, 1978. Gebundene Ausgabe; Book Condition: Gut. 377 S. ; Rückensignatur, ordnungsgemäß vorne und hinten ausgestempelt, ansonsten gepflegtes, gut erhaltenes Buch aus aufgelöster Bibliothek einer großen deutschen Medienanstalt. Tenda dos milagres Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 600. Bookseller Inventory # 993007

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Amado, Jorge:

Published by Berlin Buchclub 65, (1972)

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Item Description: Berlin Buchclub 65, 1972. 12,5x20,5cm Leineneinband. Book Condition: Gut. Berechtigte Ausgabe. Goldprägung auf vorderem Einbanddeckel und Rücken, 360 Seiten Einband minimal beschmutzt, Rücken minimal beschmutzt und minimal gebräunt, Seitenränder leicht gebräunt Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 395. Bookseller Inventory # 33776

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Amado, Jorge

Published by Martins, São Paulo (1969)

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Item Description: Martins, São Paulo, 1969. Soft Cover. Book Condition: Good. First Edition. Text in Portuguese. pp. 374. Previous owner's name blacked out of ffep. Some soiling on the ffep. Text is unmarked by underlining or notations. Edgewear to the wrappers with a small closed tear on the top edge of the spine. Series: His Obras ilustradas, 18. Size: 21 cm tall. Bookseller Inventory # 110110

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Amado, Jorge

Published by Knopf (1971)

ISBN 10: 039444826X ISBN 13: 9780394448268

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Item Description: Knopf, 1971. hardcover. 1st Edition. New York. 1971. Knopf. 1st American Edition. Previous Owner’s Inscription In Front, Otherwise Very Good In Slightly Worn Dustjacket. 382 pages. August 1971. hardcover. 039444826x. Jacket design by Paul Bacon. Translated from the Portuguese by Barbara Shelby. Originally published in Portuguese as Tenda Dos Milagres by Livaria Martins Editora, Sao Paulo, Brazil. keywords: Literature Translated Brazil Latin America. inventory # 38201. FROM THE PUBLISHER - Bahia - home of Dona Flor and Gabriela, land of heroic talkers, daring doers, Lucullan cooks, inexhaustible lovers, beautiful black women, beautiful white women, and mulatas exquisite beyond the praise of poets-is at its most gloriously Bahian, as Jorge Amado plies us with love, food, voodoo, wit and wonder, surrounds us with a cast of hundreds. (INCLUDING: fiery Black Dorotéia, who has the heart of a turtledove; indomitable Major Damião de Souza; Fausto Pena, unrequited lover and poetl; Ana Mercedes, undulating reportress in mini-skirt and mini-blouse; capoeira artists, policemen, professors, drunks, whores, directors of tourism, devotees of African gods, members of the Society of Medical Writers). and introduces us to his richest creation. Behold him! The late, lovable-roguish Pedro Archanjo, street-corner Socrates, passionate anthropologist, candomblé practitioner, acknowledged dean of the living university of Bahia’s demimonde and author of the momentous works in defense of miscegenation whose ‘discovery’ by James D. Levenson (great gringo scholar, lover, and Nobel Prize winner) has plunged Bahia into the fantastic intrigue and carnival of the Archanjo Centennial Celebration. As the celebrants pour forth from every street and house, as all doors fly open unlocking the secret life of Bahia, the novel moves back into the misty past (especially into the Tent of Miracles, once the living heart of Salvador, presided over by Lidio Corró, miracle painter, vendor of voodoo and vaudeville, tooth-yanker, impresario of the magic lantern) and forward into the intoxicating present, in search of the true Pedro Archanjo. Savant? Seducer? Riffraff? Redeemer? Like DONA FLOR AND HER TWO HUSBANDS, like GABRIELA, CLOVE AND CINNAMON, this new novel by Brazil’s most famous and beloved writer embraces the reader. in its generous, ebullient vision of earth and man. Jorge Amado de Faria (August 10, 1912 - August 6, 2001) was a Brazilian writer of the Modernist school. He was the best-known of modern Brazilian writers, his work having been translated into some 30 languages and popularized in film, notably Dona Flor and her Two Husbands (Dona Flor e Seus Dois Maridos) in 1978. His work dealt largely with the poor urban black and mulatto communities of Bahia. Amado was born in a fazenda (‘farm’) in the inland of the city of Itabuna, in the southern part of the Brazilian state of Bahia, son of João Amado de Faria and D. Eulália Leal. The farm Amado was born in was precisely located on the village of Ferradas, which though today is a district of Itabuna, at the time was administered by the town of Ilhéus. That is why he considered himself a citizen of Ilhéus. In the large cocoa plantation, Amado knew the misery and the struggles of the people working the earth, living in almost slave conditions, which were to be a theme always present in his later works (for example, the notable Terras do Sem Fim of 1944). When he was only one year old the family moved to Ilhéus, a coastal city, where he spent his childhood. He attended high school in Salvador, the capital of the state. During that period Amado began to collaborate with several magazines and took part in literary life, as one of the founders of the Modernist ‘Rebels’ Academy’. Amado published his first novel, O País do Carnaval, in 1931, at age 18. Later he married Matilde Garcia Rosa and had a daughter, Lila, in 1933. The same year he published his second novel, Cacau, which increased his popularity. Amado’s leftist activities made his life difficult un. Bookseller Inventory # 38201

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Amado, Jorge

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Item Description: Publicações Europa-América, Lisboa, 1969 Paperback Book Condition: Good + age toned pages no inscriptions clean tight copy. Covers a bit marked. Bookseller Inventory # 004504

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Amado, Jorge:

Published by München, Zürich, R. Piper & Co. Verlag, 1978, (1978)

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Item Description: München, Zürich, R. Piper & Co. Verlag, 1978, 1978. 377 S., 14x22 cm, Hardcover. Geb. / Mit SU, handschriftlicher Eintrag auf Vorsatz, Einband zerrissen und mit Gebrauchsspuren, insgesamt nachgedunkelt, sonst gut erhalten. ISBN 9783492023375ANTICUARIADO - LIBRO USADO / USED ITEM Bahia rüstet zum Jubelfest, um den 100. Geburtstag seines großen Sohnes Pedro Archanjo zu feiern. Zwar brachte es dieser Gelehrte nur bis zum Pedell an der medizinischen Fakultät, doch hinterließ er, nach glaubwürdiger Versicherung des nordamerikanischen Nobelpreisträgers James D. Levenson, ein einzigartiges Werk: Seine Studien über Volksbräuche und Rassenmischung in Bahia werden nachträglich als Glanzleistung brasilianischer Wissenschaft anerkannt. (Gekürtzter Verlagstext) 610 gr. [Brasil ficción, Novela, Libros en alemán]. Bookseller Inventory # Bestell-Nr. 202746

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Amado, Jorge -

Published by Volk und Welt -, Berlin (DDR) - (1987)

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Item Description: Volk und Welt -, Berlin (DDR) -, 1987. 2. Auflage (1. Auflage ex libris). Übersetzer: aus dem Portugiesischen von Kristina Hering - Deutsch - 419 S. 19 x 12 x 4 cm - Oktav 430g. mit leichten Gebrauchsspuren - leicht berieben und bestoßen mit kleinen Randläsuren, leicht schief gelesener Buchblock, - Leinen (Hardcover) mit Schutzumschlag -. Bookseller Inventory # 91762

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Amado, Jorge:

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Item Description: (Berlin). (1972.), Volk und Welt, 1972. 419 S. 8°, Orig.-Leinenbd. mit -Schutzumschlag. (ex libris.) - Die brasilianische Originalausgabe erschien unter dem Titel Tenda dos Milagres . - Schnitt geringf. angestaubt, Schutzumschag leicht berieben, sonst guter Zustand. 600 gr. Bookseller Inventory # KNE20958

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Amado, Jorge

ISBN 10: 8420685763 ISBN 13: 9788420685762

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Item Description: tapa dura. Literatura portuguesa. Novela. Siglo XX. (821.134.3(81)-31"19") Alianza Editorial. Madrid. 2009. 24 cm. 543 p. Encuadernación en tapa dura de editorial con sobrecubierta ilustrada. Colección '[Alianza literaria]'. Amado, Jorge 1912-2001. Traducido del portugués por Marcos Mayer. Título original: Tenda dos milagres. Alianza literaria . ISBN: 978-84-206-8576-2 JL6. Bookseller Inventory # 513762

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Amado, Jorge

Published by Knopf (1971)

ISBN 10: 039444826X ISBN 13: 9780394448268

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Item Description: Knopf, 1971. hardcover. 1st Edition. New York. 1971. Knopf. 1st American Edition. Very Good In Worn Dustjacket W/Some Tears & Pieces Missing.Remainder Mark On Bottom Edge & Remainder Stamp On Front Free Endpaper. 382 pages. August 1971. hardcover. 039444826x. Jacket design by Paul Bacon. Translated from the Portuguese by Barbara Shelby. Originally published in Portuguese as Tenda Dos Milagres by Livaria Martins Editora, Sao Paulo, Brazil. keywords: Literature Translated Brazil Latin America. inventory # 9137. FROM THE PUBLISHER - Bahia - home of Dona Flor and Gabriela, land of heroic talkers, daring doers, Lucullan cooks, inexhaustible lovers, beautiful black women, beautiful white women, and mulatas exquisite beyond the praise of poets-is at its most gloriously Bahian, as Jorge Amado plies us with love, food, voodoo, wit and wonder, surrounds us with a cast of hundreds. (INCLUDING: fiery Black Dorotéia, who has the heart of a turtledove; indomitable Major Damião de Souza; Fausto Pena, unrequited lover and poetl; Ana Mercedes, undulating reportress in mini-skirt and mini-blouse; capoeira artists, policemen, professors, drunks, whores, directors of tourism, devotees of African gods, members of the Society of Medical Writers). and introduces us to his richest creation. Behold him! The late, lovable-roguish Pedro Archanjo, street-corner Socrates, passionate anthropologist, candomblé practitioner, acknowledged dean of the living university of Bahia’s demimonde and author of the momentous works in defense of miscegenation whose ‘discovery’ by James D. Levenson (great gringo scholar, lover, and Nobel Prize winner) has plunged Bahia into the fantastic intrigue and carnival of the Archanjo Centennial Celebration. As the celebrants pour forth from every street and house, as all doors fly open unlocking the secret life of Bahia, the novel moves back into the misty past (especially into the Tent of Miracles, once the living heart of Salvador, presided over by Lidio Corró, miracle painter, vendor of voodoo and vaudeville, tooth-yanker, impresario of the magic lantern) and forward into the intoxicating present, in search of the true Pedro Archanjo. Savant? Seducer? Riffraff? Redeemer? Like DONA FLOR AND HER TWO HUSBANDS, like GABRIELA, CLOVE AND CINNAMON, this new novel by Brazil’s most famous and beloved writer embraces the reader. in its generous, ebullient vision of earth and man. Jorge Amado de Faria (August 10, 1912 - August 6, 2001) was a Brazilian writer of the Modernist school. He was the best-known of modern Brazilian writers, his work having been translated into some 30 languages and popularized in film, notably Dona Flor and her Two Husbands (Dona Flor e Seus Dois Maridos) in 1978. His work dealt largely with the poor urban black and mulatto communities of Bahia. Amado was born in a fazenda (‘farm’) in the inland of the city of Itabuna, in the southern part of the Brazilian state of Bahia, son of João Amado de Faria and D. Eulália Leal. The farm Amado was born in was precisely located on the village of Ferradas, which though today is a district of Itabuna, at the time was administered by the town of Ilhéus. That is why he considered himself a citizen of Ilhéus. In the large cocoa plantation, Amado knew the misery and the struggles of the people working the earth, living in almost slave conditions, which were to be a theme always present in his later works (for example, the notable Terras do Sem Fim of 1944). When he was only one year old the family moved to Ilhéus, a coastal city, where he spent his childhood. He attended high school in Salvador, the capital of the state. During that period Amado began to collaborate with several magazines and took part in literary life, as one of the founders of the Modernist ‘Rebels’ Academy’. Amado published his first novel, O País do Carnaval, in 1931, at age 18. Later he married Matilde Garcia Rosa and had a daughter, Lila, in 1933. The same year he published his second novel, Cacau, which increased his popularity. Amado’s lef. Bookseller Inventory # 9137

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Item Description: Publicações Europa-América, Lisboa, 1969/70. Paperback Book Condition: Good ++ age-toning covers a little marked minimal wear to extemeties no inscriptions clean tight square copy. Bookseller Inventory # 006142

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AMADO, Jorge (1912-2001)

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Item Description: Publicações Europa-América, Lisboa, 1970. Brochado / Paperback / Broché. Book Condition: Muito Bom/Very Good/Très Bien. In-8º (208x142). 1 Vol. de 353-[3] pp. In-8º (208x142). Book. Bookseller Inventory # 001900

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Amado, Jorge [Brasil 1912-2001]:

Published by São Paulo, Schwarcz, Companhia Das Letras, 2010, (2010)

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Item Description: São Paulo, Schwarcz, Companhia Das Letras, 2010, 2010. Book Condition: NEUBUCH. 432p., 14x21 cm, brochado; com solapas, novo, EE. ISBN 9788535916027EJEMPLAR NUEVO / NEUBUCH / NEW ITEM Às vésperas da abertura de uma grande exposição de arte sacra, chega a Salvador, vinda de Santo Amaro da Purificação, uma preciosa imagem de santa Bárbara. Assim que desembarca na capital, a santa desaparece, deixando polícia, autoridades e imprensa em polvorosa. Publicado originalmente em 1988, O sumiço da santa narra os dois dias que se seguem ao misterioso desaparecimento da imagem. Para complicar o caos reinante, uma equipe da televisão francesa chega a Salvador para rodar um documentário sobre a cultura baiana, o que acaba suscitando um Carnaval fora de época, com direito a trio elétrico, sessão de candomblé e festival de capoeira. Com maestria, Jorge Amado entrelaça inúmeras histórias, misturando personagens fictícios com ícones da cultura baiana - todos movendo-se freneticamente sob a égide de Iansã/santa Bárbara. O eixo narrativo, paralelamente ao sumiço da santa, é o embate entre duas mulheres notáveis: a católica e puritana Adalgisa, filha de negra com espanhol, e sua fogosa sobrinha adolescente Manela, adepta do candomblé. Qualificado de "história de feitiçaria" por seu autor, o livro merece figurar ao lado de Os pastores da noite e Tenda dos milagres como um dos grandes libelos de exaltação do sincretismo religioso e da mestiçagem cultural. (Texto da editora) 520 gr. [Brasil ficción, Libros en portugués, Novela]. Bookseller Inventory # Bestell-Nr. 500496

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Amado, Jorge

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Item Description: Knopf, 1971. hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good In Dustjacket. 1st Edition. New York. 1971. Knopf. 1st American Edition. Very Good In Dustjacket. 382 pages. August 1971. hardcover. 039444826x. Jacket design by Paul Bacon. Translated from the Portuguese by Barbara Shelby. Originally published in Portuguese as Tenda Dos Milagres by Livaria Martins Editora, Sao Paulo, Brazil. keywords: Literature Translated Brazil Latin America. inventory # 33668. FROM THE PUBLISHER - Bahia - home of Dona Flor and Gabriela, land of heroic talkers, daring doers, Lucullan cooks, inexhaustible lovers, beautiful black women, beautiful white women, and mulatas exquisite beyond the praise of poets-is at its most gloriously Bahian, as Jorge Amado plies us with love, food, voodoo, wit and wonder, surrounds us with a cast of hundreds. (INCLUDING: fiery Black Dorotéia, who has the heart of a turtledove; indomitable Major Damião de Souza; Fausto Pena, unrequited lover and poetl; Ana Mercedes, undulating reportress in mini-skirt and mini-blouse; capoeira artists, policemen, professors, drunks, whores, directors of tourism, devotees of African gods, members of the Society of Medical Writers). and introduces us to his richest creation. Behold him! The late, lovable-roguish Pedro Archanjo, street-corner Socrates, passionate anthropologist, candomblé practitioner, acknowledged dean of the living university of Bahia’s demimonde and author of the momentous works in defense of miscegenation whose ‘discovery’ by James D. Levenson (great gringo scholar, lover, and Nobel Prize winner) has plunged Bahia into the fantastic intrigue and carnival of the Archanjo Centennial Celebration. As the celebrants pour forth from every street and house, as all doors fly open unlocking the secret life of Bahia, the novel moves back into the misty past (especially into the Tent of Miracles, once the living heart of Salvador, presided over by Lidio Corró, miracle painter, vendor of voodoo and vaudeville, tooth-yanker, impresario of the magic lantern) and forward into the intoxicating present, in search of the true Pedro Archanjo. Savant? Seducer? Riffraff? Redeemer? Like DONA FLOR AND HER TWO HUSBANDS, like GABRIELA, CLOVE AND CINNAMON, this new novel by Brazil’s most famous and beloved writer embraces the reader. in its generous, ebullient vision of earth and man. Jorge Amado de Faria (August 10, 1912 - August 6, 2001) was a Brazilian writer of the Modernist school. He was the best-known of modern Brazilian writers, his work having been translated into some 30 languages and popularized in film, notably Dona Flor and her Two Husbands (Dona Flor e Seus Dois Maridos) in 1978. His work dealt largely with the poor urban black and mulatto communities of Bahia. Amado was born in a fazenda (‘farm’) in the inland of the city of Itabuna, in the southern part of the Brazilian state of Bahia, son of João Amado de Faria and D. Eulália Leal. The farm Amado was born in was precisely located on the village of Ferradas, which though today is a district of Itabuna, at the time was administered by the town of Ilhéus. That is why he considered himself a citizen of Ilhéus. In the large cocoa plantation, Amado knew the misery and the struggles of the people working the earth, living in almost slave conditions, which were to be a theme always present in his later works (for example, the notable Terras do Sem Fim of 1944). When he was only one year old the family moved to Ilhéus, a coastal city, where he spent his childhood. He attended high school in Salvador, the capital of the state. During that period Amado began to collaborate with several magazines and took part in literary life, as one of the founders of the Modernist ‘Rebels’ Academy’. Amado published his first novel, O País do Carnaval, in 1931, at age 18. Later he married Matilde Garcia Rosa and had a daughter, Lila, in 1933. The same year he published his second novel, Cacau, which increased his popularity. Amado’s leftist activities made his life difficult under the dictatorial regime of Getulio Vargas: in 1935 he was ar. Bookseller Inventory # 33668

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Item Description: Encuadernación de tapa blanda. Book Condition: Muy Bien. TENDA DOS MILAGRES. Romance. AMADO, Jorge. Ilustraçöes de Jenner Augusto. Retrato do autor por Flávio de Carvalho. Foto do autor por Zélia Amado. Editora Record. Impreso en Brasil. Sin fecha (sobre 1970). 337pp. con ilustraciones plena página y capitulares. Tamaño cuarta. Tapa blanda con solapas. Estado: Discretas señales de buen uso. Bookseller Inventory # 001566

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AMADO, Jorge (1912-2001)

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Item Description: Livraria Martins Editora, São Paulo, 1969. Brochado / Paperback / Broché. Book Condition: Muito Bom/Very Good/Très Bien. 1ª Edição. In-8º (210x137). 1 Vol. de 374-[1] pp. Ilustrações de Jenner Augusto. Capa de Carybé, retrato do autor por Carlos Scliar. In-8º (210x137). Book. Bookseller Inventory # 019880

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Item Description: Soft Cover. Book Condition: Very Good. All of the books are in very good condition. 17 books all together. Text in Portuguese. Jorge Amado, the son of a cocoa planter, was born in 1912 in Illheus, the provincial capital of the state of Bahia, Brazil, whose society he portrays. Books included in the order------ Capitaes da Areia + Farda Fardao Camisola de Dormir + Gabriela Cravo e Canela + Jubiaba (binding weak) + Navegacao de Cabotagem + O Amor do Soldado + O Cavaliero da Esperanca + O Pais do Carnaval, Cacau, Suor + Os Subterraneos da Liberdade II + Os Subterraneos da Liberdade III + O Sumico da Santa + Sao Jorge dos Ilheus + Seara Vermelha + Tenda dos Milagres + Terras do Sem Fim + Tieta do Agreste (binding weak) + Tocaia Grande------ No markings on pages. Covers of the books show slight shelf wear but are still in very good condition. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilogram. Category: Portuguese; Inventory No: 010768. Bookseller Inventory # 010768

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