Os Sertões, de Euclides da Cunha: Espaços

Maria Zilda Ferreira Cury


Os Sertões, by Euclides da Cunha, is considered a classic of Brazilian literature and one of the most powerful accounts of Brazilian reality. One of the keys to the contemporary success of the book lies in its questioning of nineteenth-century views of both the nation and modernization.


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