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José, Murilo de Carvalho

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José, Murilo de Carvalho

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Caldas, Jose, & Murilo Carvalho

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Item Description: Rio de Janerio: Desenho, 1993. Book Condition: Very Good. 109 pp., illustrated; hardcover, very good in a good dust jacket. Bookseller Inventory # ZB304956

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Published by Cambridge University Press (1989)

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Item Description: Cambridge University Press, 1989. Book Condition: Used. This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: Introduction: from colony to Empire; 1. The independence of Brazil Leslie Bethell; Part I. Empire (1822-89): 2. 1822-1870 Leslie Bethell and Jose Murilo de Carvalho; 3. 1850-1870 Richard Graham; 4. 1870-1889 Emilia Viotti da Costa; Part II. First Republic (1889-1930): 5. Economy Warren Dean; 6. Society and politics Boris Fausto; Bibliographical essays; Index. Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_usedgood_0521368375

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Carvalho, Jose Murilo de

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Murilo de Carvalho José

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Murilo de Carvalho José

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José Murilo de Carvalho

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John Nist

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Item Description: University of Texas Press, United States, 2014. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 229 x 152 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. Ask an authority on Brazilian culture what he considers to be the most significant artistic event in Brazil during this century, observes John Nist, and he will quickly reply, The Modern Art Week Exhibition, staged in Sao Paulo in February, 1922. This public demonstration and aesthetic manifesto represented a cut with the past, a violent break with tradition unparalleled in Brazilian history. The fact that Brazilians still discuss the poetical renovation achieved by Modernism shows how strongly the movement attacked and questioned traditional attitudes, cherished preconceptions, prejudiced aspects of a national sensibility that still persists, in some quarters, to this day. As a movement of research and experimentation, Modernism was, in the words of its principal prophet, Mario de Andrade, a rupture, a revolt against the national intelligence. In time it became a national affirmation that resulted in the integration of Brazilian literature into the literature of the Western world-an integration too long overlooked by members of the English-speaking community. The literary revolution thus unleashed in 1922 in Latin America s largest country is the subject of this book by Nist. Initially fostered by the Brazilian poets in response to new challenges in painting, sculpture, architecture, and music, the Modernist Movement has passed through four clear phases, which are traced by the author: first, the destructive and iconoclastic phase, 1922-1930; second, the serious and socially concerned phase, 1930-1940; third, the aesthetically formal phase, 1940-1950; fourth, the Concretist experimental phase, 1950 to the mid-1960s. With similar competence Nist examines the fourfold achievement sought by these same poets: (1) a new age of humanity as well as a new artistic attitude; (2) a new aesthetic purity; (3) the termination of the divorce between humanity and nature, artist and human; (4) the discovery and establishment of a common ground between culture and spontaneity, tradition and originality, social and natural reality. In addition to presenting the origin and evolution of the Modernist Movement from a historical perspective, the author pays critical attention to the artistic achievements of the leading poets of twentieth-century Brazil: Mario de Andrade, Oswald de Andrade, Manuel Bandeira, Jorge de Lima, Cassiano Ricardo, Carlos Drummond de Andrade, Cecilia Meireles, Vinicius de Moraes, Augusto Frederico Schmidt, Murilo Mendes, Joao Cabral de Melo Neto, Domingos Carvalho da Silva, and others of similar stature. Bookseller Inventory # AAJ9781477304501

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Carvalho, Murilo.

Published by Brasil Debates, (Brasil hoje, no. 2),, São Paulo: (1980)

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Item Description: Brasil Debates, (Brasil hoje, no. 2),, São Paulo:, 1980. Paperback. Book Condition: Good. On Amazonian tribes' armed resistance to agricultural development. With several black and white photographs of Brazilian Indians. Octavo, wraps, 136 p., b/w photos. Bookseller Inventory # 135518

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Rousseau, Jean-Pierre (trans. and ed.)

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Item Description: Éditions Lusophone, Paris, 2005. Softcover. Book Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. Second Edition. Book is in French and Portuguese. Sound binding. Clean and bright pages. Wraps have light handling wear. ; Poetry of Brazilian authors Murilo Mendes, Cecília Meireles, Augusto Frederico Schmidt, Mário Quintana, Vinícius de Moraes, Gerardo Mello Mourão, Joáo Cabral de Melo Neto, Artur Eduardo Benevides, Francisco Carvalho, Adélia Prado. Portuguese with French translation on facing page for each poem. ; Collection Bilingue; 8.25" tall; 100 pages. Bookseller Inventory # 2410041

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Carvalho, Jose Murilo de

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Murilo de Carvalho José

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John Nist

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Item Description: University of Texas Press, United States, 2014. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 229 x 152 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. Ask an authority on Brazilian culture what he considers to be the most significant artistic event in Brazil during this century, observes John Nist, and he will quickly reply, The Modern Art Week Exhibition, staged in Sao Paulo in February, 1922. This public demonstration and aesthetic manifesto represented a cut with the past, a violent break with tradition unparalleled in Brazilian history. The fact that Brazilians still discuss the poetical renovation achieved by Modernism shows how strongly the movement attacked and questioned traditional attitudes, cherished preconceptions, prejudiced aspects of a national sensibility that still persists, in some quarters, to this day. As a movement of research and experimentation, Modernism was, in the words of its principal prophet, Mario de Andrade, a rupture, a revolt against the national intelligence. In time it became a national affirmation that resulted in the integration of Brazilian literature into the literature of the Western world-an integration too long overlooked by members of the English-speaking community. The literary revolution thus unleashed in 1922 in Latin America s largest country is the subject of this book by Nist. Initially fostered by the Brazilian poets in response to new challenges in painting, sculpture, architecture, and music, the Modernist Movement has passed through four clear phases, which are traced by the author: first, the destructive and iconoclastic phase, 1922-1930; second, the serious and socially concerned phase, 1930-1940; third, the aesthetically formal phase, 1940-1950; fourth, the Concretist experimental phase, 1950 to the mid-1960s. With similar competence Nist examines the fourfold achievement sought by these same poets: (1) a new age of humanity as well as a new artistic attitude; (2) a new aesthetic purity; (3) the termination of the divorce between humanity and nature, artist and human; (4) the discovery and establishment of a common ground between culture and spontaneity, tradition and originality, social and natural reality. In addition to presenting the origin and evolution of the Modernist Movement from a historical perspective, the author pays critical attention to the artistic achievements of the leading poets of twentieth-century Brazil: Mario de Andrade, Oswald de Andrade, Manuel Bandeira, Jorge de Lima, Cassiano Ricardo, Carlos Drummond de Andrade, Cecilia Meireles, Vinicius de Moraes, Augusto Frederico Schmidt, Murilo Mendes, Joao Cabral de Melo Neto, Domingos Carvalho da Silva, and others of similar stature. Bookseller Inventory # AAJ9781477304501

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De Carvalho, Jose Murilo/ Lander, Clifford E. (TRN)/ de Carvalho, Maria Alice Rezende (FRW)

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José, Murilo de Carvalho

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José Murilo de Carvalho

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John Nist

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Item Description: University of Texas Press. Paperback / softback. Book Condition: new. BRAND NEW, The Modernist Movement in Brazil: A Literary Study, John Nist, “Ask an authority on Brazilian culture what he considers to be the most significant artistic event in Brazil during this century,” observes John Nist, “and he will quickly reply, ‘The Modern Art Week Exhibition, staged in Sao Paulo in February, 1922.’ This public demonstration and aesthetic manifesto represented a cut with the past, a violent break with tradition unparalleled in Brazilian history. The fact that Brazilians still discuss the poetical renovation achieved by Modernism shows how strongly the movement attacked and questioned traditional attitudes, cherished preconceptions, prejudiced aspects of a national sensibility that still persists, in some quarters, to this day. As a movement of research and experimentation, Modernism was, in the words of its principal prophet, Mário de Andrade, ‘a rupture, a revolt against the national intelligence.’ In time it became a national affirmation that resulted in the integration of Brazilian literature into the literature of the Western world—an integration too long overlooked by members of the English-speaking community.”The literary revolution thus unleashed in 1922 in Latin America’s largest country is the subject of this book by Nist. Initially fostered by the Brazilian poets in response to new challenges in painting, sculpture, architecture, and music, the Modernist Movement has passed through four clear phases, which are traced by the author: first, the destructive and iconoclastic phase, 1922–1930; second, the serious and socially concerned phase, 1930–1940; third, the aesthetically formal phase, 1940–1950; fourth, the Concretist experimental phase, 1950 to the mid-1960s.With similar competence Nist examines the fourfold achievement sought by these same poets: (1) a new age of humanity as well as a new artistic attitude; (2) a new aesthetic purity; (3) the termination of the divorce between humanity and nature, artist and human; (4) the discovery and establishment of a common ground between culture and spontaneity, tradition and originality, social and natural reality.In addition to presenting the origin and evolution of the Modernist Movement from a historical perspective, the author pays critical attention to the artistic achievements of the leading poets of twentieth-century Brazil: Mário de Andrade, Oswald de Andrade, Manuel Bandeira, Jorge de Lima, Cassiano Ricardo, Carlos Drummond de Andrade, Cecília Meireles, Vinícius de Moraes, Augusto Frederico Schmidt, Murilo Mendes, João Cabral de Melo Neto, Domingos Carvalho da Silva, and others of similar stature. Bookseller Inventory # B9781477304501

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Bethell, Leslie/ De Carvalho, Jose Murilo

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Jose Murilo de Carvalho

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Murilo de Carvalho, José:

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Item Description: São Paulo, Schwarcz, Companhia Das Letras, 2008, 2008. Book Condition: NEUBUCH. 279p., 14x20,5 cm, brochado; com solapas, novo. Perfis brasileiros ISBN 9788535909692EJEMPLAR NUEVO / NEUBUCH / NEW ITEM D. Pedro II governou o Brasil por quase meio século, de 1840 até a proclamação da República, em 1889. Durante todo esse tempo fez de tudo para se adequar ao padrão de equilíbrio e austeridade do governante perfeito, sempre racional e dedicado aos interesses do país. Mas, em privado, Pedro d'Alcântara passou a detestar cada vez mais as solenidades públicas e viver o exercício do poder como um fardo. É essa figura contraditória, ao mesmo tempo majestática e rebelde, que José Murilo de Carvalho descreve nesta biografia que vai muito além do retrato convencional do imperador imponente, com suas longas barbas brancas e seus penetrantes olhos azuis. Ser ou não ser era o dilema de um homem que oscilava entre a coroa imperial de d. Pedro II e a cartola comum de Pedro d'Alcântara. Dando igual atenção a ambas as facetas do monarca, o historiador o revela como uma personalidade complexa e torturada entre o dever e o desejo, o Estado e as paixões pessoais. (Texto da página da internet da Companhia Das Letras) AE Perfis brasileiros 370 gr. [Brasil no ficción, Libros en portugués, Biografías/Memorias]. Bookseller Inventory # Bestell-Nr. 500394

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Carvalho, José Murilo de

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Carvalho, Jose Murilo de

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MURILO DE CARVALHO José

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de Carvalho Murilo

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Carvalho, Murilo;Silva, Silvestre

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Item Description: Caninha 51, 1988. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Good. First Edition. Hard cover with dust jacket bound in glossy yellow, illustrated with color photos, 157 pages. Text is in Portuguese. Binding shows spots of wear along lower edges. Text is clean and unmarked. Dust jacket is worn along top edge with chipping at head of spine and corners, a bit soiled, spine sunned and now protected in a clear archival cover. Images available. USPS confirmation used on all U.S. shipments. Additional postage will be necessary for Priority or International addresses. Bookseller Inventory # 042064

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Murilo de Carvalho, Jose

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Item Description: Fondo de Cultura Economica/El Colegio de México, México, D.F., 1995. Soft cover. Book Condition: New. No Jacket. A través de una amplia reflexión histórica y politológica, el autor recorre por entero la experiencia brasileña para mostrarnos las diferentes formas que adopta la ciudadanía desde la Independencia hasta hoy. Muestra cómo, en la experiencia histórica de Brasil, los derechos ciudadanos siguieron un orden inverso a la cronología y a la lógica de las secuencias europeas y norteamericana, pues los derechos políticos precedieron a los civiles. Bookseller Inventory # 004478

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Murilo de Carvalho, José:

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Leslie Bethell, Murilo De Carvalho

Published by Institute for the Study of the Americas

ISBN 10: 1900039958 ISBN 13: 9781900039956

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Item Description: Institute for the Study of the Americas. Paperback. Book Condition: new. BRAND NEW, Joaquim Nabuco, British Abolitionists, and the End of Slavery in Brazil: Correspondence 1880-1905, Leslie Bethell, Murilo De Carvalho, A little-studied aspect of the struggle to abolish slavery in Brazil in the 1880s is the relationship between Joaquim Nabuco, the leading Brazilian abolitionist, and the British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society in London. The correspondence between Nabuco and Charles Harris Allen, secretary of the Anti-Slavery Society, and other British abolitionists throughout the decade and beyond reveals a partnership consciously sought by Nabuco in order to internationalize the struggle. These letters provide a unique insight into the evolution of Nabuco's thinking on both slavery and abolition. At the same time, they offer a running commentary on the slow and (at least until 1887-88) uncertain progress of the abolitionist cause in Brazil. Bookseller Inventory # B9781900039956

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