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An edition of Vossa insolência (1996)

Vossa insolência

crônicas

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This edition was published in by Companhia das Letras in [São Paulo, Brazil].

Written in Portuguese

415 pages

"With introduction, organization, and notes by Prof. Antônio Dimas, volume represents a unique contribution to current work in field, emphasizing historical role of this particularly significant author. Bilac, prince of Brazilian poets, succeeded Machado de Assis as cronista in Rio's press. Titles are organized thematically (people, cinema, literature, city life, politics, etc.), with special note on the Canudos campaign"--Handbook of Latin American Studies, v. 58.

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Vossa insolência: crônicas
1996, Companhia das Letras
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Work Description

"With introduction, organization, and notes by Prof. Antônio Dimas, volume represents a unique contribution to current work in field, emphasizing historical role of this particularly significant author. Bilac, prince of Brazilian poets, succeeded Machado de Assis as cronista in Rio's press. Titles are organized thematically (people, cinema, literature, city life, politics, etc.), with special note on the Canudos campaign"--Handbook of Latin American Studies, v. 58.

Vossa insolência

crônicas

This edition was published in by Companhia das Letras in [São Paulo, Brazil].


Edition Description

"With introduction, organization, and notes by Prof. Antônio Dimas, volume represents a unique contribution to current work in field, emphasizing historical role of this particularly significant author. Bilac, prince of Brazilian poets, succeeded Machado de Assis as cronista in Rio's press. Titles are organized thematically (people, cinema, literature, city life, politics, etc.), with special note on the Canudos campaign"--Handbook of Latin American Studies, v. 58.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.
Articles previously published in Brazilian newspapers between 1893 and 1908.

Series
Retratos do Brasil ;, 6

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
869.4
Library of Congress
PQ9697.B55 A6 1996

The Physical Object

Pagination
415 p. ;
Number of pages
415

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL318010M
ISBN 10
8571646201
LC Control Number
97831493
Library Thing
4237814
Goodreads
2183680

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