UTOPIA , AND DEATH IN THREE CONTEMPORARY BRAZILIAN NOVELS : A COMPARATIVE READING OF QUARUP , MAÍRA , AND

@inproceedings{EXPEDIO2010UTOPIAA,
  title={UTOPIA , AND DEATH IN THREE CONTEMPORARY BRAZILIAN NOVELS : A COMPARATIVE READING OF QUARUP , MA{\'I}RA , AND},
  author={A EXPEDIÇ{\~A}O and MONTAIGNE},
  year={2010}
}
  • A EXPEDIÇÃO, MONTAIGNE
  • Published 2010
Between the 1960s and the 1980s the image of the Native Brazilian was redefined in the context of the production of discourses and cultural practices associated with the construction of new symbols for Brazilian identity. In 1979 Walnice Nogueira Galvão pointed out that in the past the Native Brazilian never "had much luck" in the national cultural tradition, concluding that the publication of Maira, "shows how the Native Brazilian is more alive than ever in his connection with Brazilian… CONTINUE READING

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