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Writing Identity: The Politics of Afro-Brazilian Literature (Purdue Studies in Romance Literatures) Paperback - 2007

by Emanuelle K. F. Oliveira

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  • Title Writing Identity: The Politics of Afro-Brazilian Literature (Purdue Studies in Romance Literatures)
  • Author Emanuelle K. F. Oliveira
  • Binding Paperback
  • Condition New
  • Pages 272
  • Volumes 1
  • Language ENG
  • Publisher Purdue University Press
  • Date 2007-11-01
  • Features Bibliography, Index, Table of Contents
  • Bookseller's Inventory # 1557534853_used
  • ISBN 9781557534859 / 1557534853
  • Weight 0.95 lbs (0.43 kg)
  • Dimensions 8.98 x 6.56 x 0.65 in (22.81 x 16.66 x 1.65 cm)
  • Themes
    • Cultural Region: Latin America
    • Ethnic Orientation: Multicultural
  • Library of Congress subjects Brazilian literature - Black authors -, Brazilian literature - 20th century -
  • Library of Congress Catalog Number 2007016779
  • Dewey Decimal Code 869.098

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Includes bibliographical references and index.

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Citations

  • Reference and Research Bk News, 02/01/2008, Page 253

About the author

Emanuelle Oliveira is an assistant professor of Afro-Brazilian and Luso-Brazilian literature at Vanderbilt University. Dr. Oliveira has published articles on contemporary Brazilian literature and politics on the Luso-Brazilian Review and Nuevo Texto Critico, and nineteenth century Brazilian literature on Chasqui and Mester. She also co-translated (with Beth Vinkler) Bitita's Diary: The Childhood Memoirs of Carolina Maria de Jesus (New York: E. M. Sharp, 1999). She is now working on her second manuscript project, The Color of Crime: Delinquency and Representations of Race in Brazilian Popular Culture.