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Author Name    Burns, E. Bradford.

Title   A History of Brazil.

Publisher    New York: Columbia University Press, Institute of Latin American Studies, [1971].

Seller ID   17587scs

Octavo, black cloth (hardcover), gilt letters, xii, 439 pp. Illustrated with b&w photos. Near-Fine, with inked date to introduction page, in a Very Good+ dust jacket. This book presents for the first time in English a sweeping panoramic view of Brazilian history from discovery to the present. Within a broad chronological framework and in clear langauge which eschews political figures for trends and movements, the book treats the economic, social, cultural and political evolution of Latin America's largest nation.

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