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Brazil 2001
A Revisionary History of Brazilian Literature and Culture
João Cezar de Castro Rocha, ed.

Tagus Press at UMass Dartmouth


Introduction — “There is no Brazil”: A Poet’s Writing of Cultural History – João Cezar de Castro Rocha
• A Sea Full of Waves: Ambiguity and Modernity in Brazilian Culture – Ricardo Benzaquen de Araujo
• The Road to
Casa-Grande. Itineraries by Gilberto Freyre – Enrique Rodríguez Larreta
• The UNESCO Project: Social Sciences and Race Studies in Brazil in the 1950s – Marcos Chor Maio
The Mansions and the Shanties: “The Flesh and the Stone” in Nineteenth-Century Brazil – Mary Del Priore
• The Origins and Errors of Brazilian Cordiality – João Cezar de Castro Rocha
• Theater of the Impressed: The Brazilian Stage in the Nineteenth Century – Ross G. Forman
• Gonçalves Dias – José Luís Jobim
Memoirs of a Militia Sergeant: A Singular Novel – Marcus Vinicius Nogueira Soares
Iracema: The Tupinization of Portuguese – Ivo Barbieri
• Machado de Assis and
The Posthumous Memoirs of Brás Cubas – Bluma Waddington Vilar
Rebellion in the Backlands: Landscape with Figures – Walnice Nogueira Galvão
The Patriot: The Exclusion of the Hero Full of Character – Beatriz Resende
Plantation Boy: The Memory of Loss – Heloisa Toller Gomes
• Monteiro Lobato Today—Semicolon – Silviano Santiago
• Contemporary Brazilian Women’s Autobiography and the Forgotten Case of Adalgisa Nery – Sabrina Karpa-Wilson
Devil to Pay in the Backlands and João Guimarães Rosa’s Quest of Universality – Kathrin H. Rosenfield
• Archives and Memories of Pedro Nava – Eneida Maria de Souza
The Hour of the Star or Clarice Lispector’s Trash Hour – Italo Moriconi
• The Case of Rubem Fonseca—The Search for Reality – Karl Erik Schøllhammer
• João Cabral in Perspective – Antonio Carlos Secchin
• Two Poetics, Two Moments – Heloísa Buarque de Hollanda
• Brazilian Fiction Today: A Point of Departure – Therezinha Barbieri
• A Brief Introduction to Contemporary Afro-Brazilian Women’s Literature – Maria Aparecida Ferreira de Andrade Salgueiro
• Down with Tordesilhas! – Jorge Schwartz
• Politics as History and Literature – Valdei Lopes Araujo
• Manoel Bomfim: The State and Elites Seen as Parasites of the People-Nation – Roberto Ventura
Dom João VI no Brasil – Luiz Costa Lima
• Citizenship in Rui Barbosa: “A Questão Social e Política no Brasil” – Tarcisio Costa
• “A Portrait of Brazil” in the Postmodern Context – Tereza Virginia de Almeida
• The USA and Brazil: Capitalism and Pre-Capitalism According to Oliveira Vianna – Ângela de Castro Gomes
• Raymundo Faoro’s Roundabout Voyage in
Os Donos do Poder – Marcelo Jasmin
• America, Joy of Man’s Desiring: A Comparison of
Visão do Paraíso with Wilderness and Paradise in Christian Thought – Robert Wegner
• Florestan Fernandes: Memory and Utopia – Carlos Guilherme Mota
• Discovering “Brazil’s Soul”: A Reading of Luís da Câmara Cascudo – Margarida de Souza Neves
• The Theater of Politics: The King as Character in the Imperial Brazilian State—A Reading of
A Construção da Ordem: A Elite Política Imperial and Teatro de Sombras: A Política Imperial – Lilia K. Moritz Schwarcz
• References, Responsibilities and Reading:
A Época Pombalina – Marcus Alexandre Motta
• The Nation’s Borders and the Construction of Plural Identities:
Carnivals, Rogues and Heroes or Roberto DaMatta and the In-between Place of Brazilian Culture – Valter Sinder
• Who Was Pero Vaz de Caminha? – Hans Ulrich Gumbrecht
• José de Anchieta: Performing the History of Christianity in Brazil – César Braga-Pinto
• Guidelines for Reading Vieira – João Adolfo Hansen
• The Image of Brazil in
Robinson Crusoe – Marcus Vinicius de Freitas
• Ferdinand Denis and Brazilian Literature: A Successful Tutelary Relationship – Maria Helena Rouanet
• “Watercolors of Brazil”: Jean Baptiste Debret’s Work – Vera Beatriz Siqueira
• Stefan Zweig’s
Brazil, Land of the Future: A Topic of Debate – Cléia Schiavo Weyrauch
• Elizabeth Bishop as Cultural Intermediary – Paulo Henriques Britto
• Roger Bastide and Brazil: At the Crossroads Between Viewpoints – Fernanda Peixoto
• The Logic of the Backward and the Boomerang Effect: The Case of Ziembinski – Victor Hugo Adler Pereira
• Otto Maria Carpeaux – Olavo de Carvalho
• The Foreigner – Gustavo Bernardo
• Back to the
Tristes Tropiques: Notes on Lévi-Strauss and Brazil – Roberto DaMatta
• Brazilian Literary Historiography: Its Beginnings – Roberto Acízelo de Sousa
• Between Two Histories: From Sílvio Romero to José Veríssimo – Regina Zilberman
• “The Abstract Brazilian”: Antonio Candido’s
Malandro as National Persona – K. David Jackson
• Roberto Schwarz’ Dialectical Criticism – Regina Lúcia de Faria
• Hybrid Criticism and Historical Form – Raúl Antelo
• The Itinerary of a Problem: Luiz Costa Lima and the “Control of the Imaginary” – Sergio Alcides
• Comparative Literature in Brazil in the 1990s – Eduardo Coutinho
• The Role of Radio in Everyday Brazilian Society (1923–1960) – Lia Calabre
• The Orphan Brotherland: Rap’s Civilizing Effort on the Periphery of São Paulo – Maria Rita Kehl
• Funk and Hip-Hop Transculture: Cultural Conciliation and Racial Identification in the “Divided City” – Shoshanna Lurie
• Politics and the Aesthetics of Myth in
Black God, White Devil – Ivana Bentes
• Redemption Through the Excess of Sin – José Carlos Avellar
• Brazil 2001 and Walter Salles: Cinema for the Global Village? – Jorge Ruffinelli •Praying in the Sand: Paula Rega and Visual Representations of the First Mass in Brazil – Memory Holloway
• The Media: The Past and the Years to Come – Eduardo Neiva
• Abstracts/Resumos
• Contributors/Colahoradores
• Translators/Tradutores

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