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Brazilian Northeast SUDENE and its first guiding plan. by Brazil. SuperintendeМ‚ncia do Desenvolvimento do Nordeste.

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Published in Recife .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Brazil, Northeast,
  • Brazil, Northeast.

Subjects:

  • Regional planning -- Brazil, Northeast.,
  • Brazil, Northeast -- Economic policy.

Book details:

Classifications
LC ClassificationsHC187 .A553
The Physical Object
Pagination 30 l.
Number of Pages30
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5959214M
LC Control Number65041981
OCLC/WorldCa2214856

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Parts of this book have been reprinted with permission in revised form from “Laboring Landscapes: The Environmental, Racial, and Class Worldview of the Brazilian Northeast’s Sugar Elite, s–s,” Luso-Brazilian Rev no. 2 (December ): 22– Written by a foremost expert in the field of Brazilian culture, this fascinating volume explores the music of Brazil's Northeast, gauging its historical and cultural importance within the nation's diverse culture. Based on the author's field and archival research over a fifteen year period, this fascinating handbook shows how the musical culture of northeast Brazil emerged and evolved 5/5(1). Northeastern school, Portuguese Colégio Nordestino, group of 20th-century Brazilian regional writers whose fiction dealt primarily with the culture and social problems of Brazil’s hinterland Northeast. Stimulated by the Modernist-led revival of nationalism of the s, the regionalists looked to the diverse ethnic and racial cultures of Brazil for inspiration.   Examining the emergence and crystallization of a shared sensibility of the Brazilian Northeast's identity, the book has influenced a range of studies over the past decade and a half by scholars such as Stanley Blake, Eve Buckley, Courtney Campbell, and : Thomas D. Rogers.