Brazil

  • Auteur: John Updike
  • ISBN:
  • Date de sortie: 1996
  • Collection: Ballantine Books
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A chance encounter between Trista+a1o, a poor black teen from the Rio slums, and Isabel, a pampered upper-class white girl, sparks heated family resistance that forces them to flee to the far reaches of Brazil. Reprint.

Brazil

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  • ISBN: 9780821355473
  • Date de sortie: 2004
  • Collection: World Bank Publications
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This volume presents a set of policy notes prepared by the World Bank's Brazil Team with partners during 2002

Brazil

  • Auteur: Christopher Forest
  • ISBN: 1617831069
  • Date de sortie: 2011
  • Collection: ABDO
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aProvides information about Brazil, with emphasis on its geography, culture, history, economy, and government.

Brazil

  • Auteur: Roger Robinson
  • ISBN: 9781575728926
  • Date de sortie: 1999
  • Collection: Rigby Interactive Library
  • Total Download: 2401
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Describes the history, geography, population, ecosystems, and natural resources of the South American nation of Brazil.

Brazil

  • Auteur: Ronald M. Schneider
  • ISBN: 9780813324371
  • Date de sortie: 1996
  • Collection: Westview Press
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Brazil, the world's fifth largest and fifth most populous country, is entering its second decade of civilian constitutional government. It has recently achieved sustained economic growth. Nevertheless, Brazil's population of 157 million is divided by huge inequities in income and education, which are largely correlated with race. Offering a comprehensive, multidimensional portrait of the nation, the author analyzes the historical processes of Brazil's development from the European encounter to independence and the return to democracy in 1984. He also provides a detailed treatment of contemporary government and politics, including the 1994 elections as well as an overview of Brazil's rich cultural heritage and an assessment of its place in the international arena.

Brazil

  • Auteur: Malika Hollander
  • ISBN: 9780778793380
  • Date de sortie: 2003
  • Collection: Crabtree Publishing Company
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Text and photographs portray Brazil's geography and climate, city and rural life, industry, and transportation, focusing especially on the Amazon and the people and animals that live on the river.

Brazil

  • Auteur: Todd L. Edwards
  • ISBN: 1851099956
  • Date de sortie: 2008
  • Collection: ABC-CLIO
  • Total Download: 3765
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This book is a captivating and authoritative introduction to Brazil—its history, the evolution of its society and culture, and the staggering variety of peoples and landscapes within its borders. * Includes maps of the early division of South America, modern Brazil's regions and states, and comparative views of Brazil's size to that of Europe as well as photographs of slave conditions, early transportation of coffee, famous leaders, indigenous peoples, the Amazon rainforest, and more * Provides a glossary of terms from Brazil's history to contemporary times, defining terms such as estado novo, bureaucratic authoritarianism, Tropicalismo, and Capoeira
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