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Brazil

Brazil ebook ISBN: 2012386288
Publisher: Hachette Pratique
Author: Fa PERSONNAZ,Jessica BLANC
Number of Pages: 208 
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Découvrez toute la diversité culinaire du Brésil. De l’Afrique, aux Caraïbes en passant par l’Argentine ou l’Amazonie, la cuisine brésilienne a été influencée par des traditions riches et savoureuses. Le livre est ainsi découpé en 5 chapitres qui correspondent chacun à une région et rassemble 60 recettes. Retrouvez également des focus sur l’histoire, des recettes sur la street food, les boissons, le barbecue, ainsi que les festivités du carnaval et de la fête de la St Jean. Des recettes de jeunes chefs brésiliens : Rodriguo Oliveira de Almeida, Alberto Landgraf, Ana Luiza Trajano. Ces chefs de restaurants brésiliens nous livrent chacun 2 recettes phares et représentatives de leur cuisine.

Agriculture in Brazil

Agriculture in Brazil ebook ISBN: 9782876146075
Publisher: Editions Quae
Author: N.A
Number of Pages: 189 
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Brazil

Brazil ebook ISBN: 1617831069
Publisher: ABDO
Author: Christopher Forest
Number of Pages: 144 
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aProvides information about Brazil, with emphasis on its geography, culture, history, economy, and government.

Exploring Brazil with the Five Themes of Geography

Exploring Brazil with the Five Themes of Geography ebook ISBN: 9781404226791
Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc
Author: Jane Holiday
Number of Pages: 24 
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Brazil's forests hold many treasures. Many plants in Brazil's forests are used for medicine. Rare animals also live in these forests. Students will learn how human activity, such as the building of the Trans-Amazonian Highway, has affected these wonders of nature.

Brazil

Brazil ebook ISBN: 9780756500276
Publisher: Capstone
Author: Shirley W. Gray
Number of Pages: 47 
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An introduction to the geography, history, culture, and people of the largest country in South America.

Brazil

Brazil ebook ISBN: 9780739024768
Publisher: Alfred Music Publishing
Author: Billy Newman
Number of Pages: 47 
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Renowned guitarist Billy Newman guides you through distinctive rhythms such as tango, samba and bossa nova, as he clearly explains the corresponding chord sequences and techniques found in each style. Included is a CD demonstrating all examples covered throughout the book, which are written in both standard notation and TAB to make learning easy and fun.

Brazil

Brazil ebook ISBN: 9780821355473
Publisher: World Bank Publications
Author: N.A
Number of Pages: 655 
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This volume presents a set of policy notes prepared by the World Bank's Brazil Team with partners during 2002

Race in Contemporary Brazil

Race in Contemporary Brazil ebook ISBN: 9780271043364
Publisher: Penn State Press
Author: Rebecca L. Reichmann
Number of Pages: N.A 
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Brazil

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Author: N.A
Number of Pages: 116 
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The Brazilian Sound

The Brazilian Sound ebook ISBN: 9781566395458
Publisher: Temple University Press
Author: Chris McGowan,Ricardo Pessanha
Number of Pages: 248 
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"Revised and updated edition of the 1991 publication (see item #bi 98010688#). Welcome additions are an expanded coverage of axâe music and other musical styles from Bahia, and information on recent Brazilian artists and musical styles"--Handbook of Latin American Studies, v. 58.

Slavery in Brazil

Slavery in Brazil ebook ISBN: 0521193982
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Author: Herbert S. Klein,Francisco Vidal Luna
Number of Pages: 364 
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This is the first complete modern survey of the institution of slavery in Brazil and how it affected the lives of enslaved Africans. It is based on major new research on the institution of slavery and the role of Africans and their descendants in Brazil. This book aims to introduce the reader to this latest research, both to elucidate the Brazilian experience and to provide a basis for comparisons with all other American slave systems.

A Brief History of Brazil

A Brief History of Brazil ebook ISBN: 0816077886
Publisher: Infobase Publishing
Author: Teresa A. Meade
Number of Pages: 280 
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From the Publisher: "A Brief History of Brazil, Second Edition comes at a crucial time in Brazil's history. In the past seven years since the first edition of this book was published, the country has undergone dramatic changes. Foremost among them is the recent discovery of offshore oil and gas reserves that may allow Brazil not only to achieve self-sufficiency but also to become a major exporter of petroleum and biofuels. The nation is today richer, less in debt, and more active in international trade. It is more urbanized and making better use of its vast agricultural resources. Brazilians, although plagued by poverty, illiteracy, and crime, continue to contribute to international culture through music, dance, art, and, increasingly, film." A BriefHistory of Brazil, Second Edition covers all major events, people, and developments in Brazil from the precolonial and colonial periods through today. It also explores the hallmarks of Brazilian popular culture: soccer, Carnival, music, and television dramas. Basic facts, a chronology, a bibliography, and a list of suggested reading make up the appendixes.

Brazil

Brazil ebook ISBN: 9780781810807
Publisher: Hippocrene Books
Author: Cherie Hamilton
Number of Pages: 205 
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The largest nation in South America, Brazil is home to vast rain forests, pristine tropical beaches, and the world's largest river, the Amazon. This book explores the nation's distinct regional cuisine, and explains how Amerindian, European and African contributions have come together to form modern Brazilian cookery. More than 130 recipes range from Feijoada, the Brazilian national dish, to lesser-known delicacies such as Shrimp and Bread Pudding, Crab Soup and Banana Brittle. Also included are suggested menus, a list of ingredient sources, and a glossary of Brazilian culinary terms. The author has travelled extensively throughout the Portuguese-speaking world. She developed a love for Brazilian cooking when she lived in Brazil in the 1960s.

Brazil

Brazil ebook ISBN: 1406228141
Publisher: Raintree
Author: J. Milivojevic,Marion Morrison
Number of Pages: 48 
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This series offers comprehensive coverage of countries around the world. Each book offers complete coverage of one country, including sections on history, geography, wildlife, infrastructure, culture, and peoples.

Born Again in Brazil

Born Again in Brazil ebook ISBN: 9780813524061
Publisher: Rutgers University Press
Author: R. Andrew Chesnut
Number of Pages: 203 
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"Outstanding history of growth of Pentecostal churches in Belâem, Parâa, 1910-93, focuses on Assemblies of God. Based on church administrative documents and interviews with converts, work stresses experience of faith cures of socially and biologically 'sick' slum dwellers as major motive for conversions. Also discusses church leaders in politics. Superb first-person accounts of spiritual experience make this an excellent introduction to Latin American Pentecostalism for students"--Handbook of Latin American Studies, v. 58.

The Cooking of Brazil

The Cooking of Brazil ebook ISBN: 9780761417323
Publisher: Marshall Cavendish
Author: Matthew Locricchio
Number of Pages: 79 
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Introduces the different culinary regions of Brazil through recipes adapted for young chefs and discusses the basics of food handling and kitchen safety.

Colonial Brazil

Colonial Brazil ebook ISBN: 9780521349253
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Author: Leslie Bethell
Number of Pages: 398 
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Colonial Brazil is a selection of chapters from the Cambridge History of Latin America volumes 1 and 2 brought together to provide a continous history of the Portuguese Empire in Brazil from the beginning of the sixteenth to the beginning of the nineteenth centuries. The chapters cover early Portuguese settlement, political and economic structures, plantations and slavery, the gold rushes, the impact of colonial rule on Indian societies, imperial reorganization in the eighteenth century, and demographic and economic change during the final decades of the empire.

The Brazil Reader

The Brazil Reader ebook ISBN: 9780822322900
Publisher: Duke University Press
Author: Robert M. Levine,John J. Crocitti,Robin Kirk,Orin Starn
Number of Pages: 527 
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"Indispensable introduction to Brazil for students and general readers includes short scholarly articles, interviews, documents, photographs, and many autobiographical pieces. Begins with precontact indigenous peoples, but about half deals with Brazil since 1945. Topics include indigenous peoples, slavery, Vargas and labor, political protest, women, race relations, marginal groups, and popular culture. Overarching themes are mobility and repression"--Handbook of Latin American Studies, v. 58.

Brazil

Brazil ebook ISBN: 9780521368377
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Author: Leslie Bethell
Number of Pages: 353 
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The transformation of Brazil from Portuguese colony to independent nation continues through Brazilian independence to the Paraguayan War, the age of reform (1870-1889) and The First Republic (1889-1930).