La fundación de Brasil: testimonios 1500-1700

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Fundacion Biblioteca Ayacuch, 1992 - Broj stranica: 603
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Cosmogonía Tupinambá 1557
272
Salvajes Demoníacos 1559
278
LOS RIESGOS DEL INCESTO
288
Retratos del civilizador
302
Catequesis y subyugación
317
Herejías y perversiones
329
La guerra santa
358
La cristiandad en la Amazonia
383
Los brasileños
407
LOS BANDEIRANTES
433
LA GUERRA DE LOS BÁRBAROS
522
La implantación colonial
533
La sed del oro
562
Fundaciones
577
Cronología
601
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O autoru (1992)

Darcy Ribeiro was born in Minas Gerais, Brazil, in 1922. World-renowned anthropologist, minister of education, and personal adviser to President Goulart, Ribeiro lived in exile after the military coup of 1964. Since his return to Brazil, he has added another dimension to his image of Renaissance man---educator, distinguished statesman, lieutenant governor of Rio de Janeiro, anthropologist, and now a man of letters. Maira (1978) is the most acclaimed of his novels, with translations in French, German, Spanish, and Italian. The novel's major character is Isaias, a young Amazon Indian who attends a Catholic seminary in Rome and returns to his tribe to become its chieftain. Alma, a young white woman in search of her own spiritual fulfillment, joins a group of missionaries that work among the Mairum, Isaias's people. Their stories of return and of discovery, respectively, become a metaphor for the irreconcilable conflict between the rich and complex culture of the Indians and the modern technological Western civilization. Maira is an elegy of a culture that is disappearing.

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