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'''[1941]: The Viking Press, New York'''
'''[1941]: The Viking Press, New York'''
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''Brazil, Land of the Future''. Translated by Andrew St. James. 282/(4)p.
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''Brazil, Land of the Future''. Translated by Andrew St. James. 282p. 5th impression 1943
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'''Contents:'''
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Introduction, pp. 1-13
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History, pp. 14-79
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Economy, pp. 80-133
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Culture, pp. 134-165
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Rio de Janeiro, pp. 166-210
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São Paulo, pp. 211-222
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A Visit to King Coffee, pp. 223-232
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A Visit to the Lost Gold Towns, pp. 233-252
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Flight over the North, pp. 253-279
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Time-Table, pp. 280-282
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'''[1942]: Cassell and Company Ltd., London/Toronto/Melbourne/Sydney'''
'''[1942]: Cassell and Company Ltd., London/Toronto/Melbourne/Sydney'''
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''Brazil, Land of the Future''. Translated by Andrew St. James. 282p.
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''Brazil, Land of the Future''. Translated by Andrew St. James. 282p. 5th impressions 1943
'''Contents:'''
'''Contents:'''
<lst type=bracket start=1>
<lst type=bracket start=1>
Introduction, pp. 1-13
Introduction, pp. 1-13
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Brazil, Land of the Future [Eight chapters], pp. 14-279
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History, pp. 14-79
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Economy, pp. 80-133
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Culture, pp. 134-165
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Rio de Janeiro, pp. 166-210
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São Paulo, pp. 211-222
 +
A Visit to King Coffee, pp. 223-232
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A Visit to the Lost Gold Towns, pp. 233-252
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Flight over the North, pp. 253-279
Time-Table, pp. 280-282
Time-Table, pp. 280-282
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An unauthorized reprint published by the Zweig Press in 2007. ISBN number: 9-781406-755893. No address for this Zweig Press can be found
An unauthorized reprint published by the Zweig Press in 2007. ISBN number: 9-781406-755893. No address for this Zweig Press can be found
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'''Excerpt:'''
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'''[1944]: The University of Chicago Press, Chicago'''
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Cunha, Euclides da. ''Rebellion in the Backlands''. Translated from the Portuguese [''Os Sertões''] with an introduction and notes by Samuel Putnam. xxxii/526p. Quotation from Stefan Zweig's volume, p. 111
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[[Category:Historical Studies / Volumes (English)]]

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Contents


Historical Studies / Volumes (English)

[1941]: The Viking Press, New York

Brazil, Land of the Future. Translated by Andrew St. James. 282p. 5th impression 1943

Contents:

[1].
Introduction, pp. 1-13
[2].
History, pp. 14-79
[3].
Economy, pp. 80-133
[4].
Culture, pp. 134-165
[5].
Rio de Janeiro, pp. 166-210
[6].
São Paulo, pp. 211-222
[7].
A Visit to King Coffee, pp. 223-232
[8].
A Visit to the Lost Gold Towns, pp. 233-252
[9].
Flight over the North, pp. 253-279
[10].
Time-Table, pp. 280-282


[1942]: Cassell and Company Ltd., London/Toronto/Melbourne/Sydney

Brazil, Land of the Future. Translated by Andrew St. James. 282p. 5th impressions 1943

Contents:

[1].
Introduction, pp. 1-13
[2].
History, pp. 14-79
[3].
Economy, pp. 80-133
[4].
Culture, pp. 134-165
[5].
Rio de Janeiro, pp. 166-210
[6].
São Paulo, pp. 211-222
[7].
A Visit to King Coffee, pp. 223-232
[8].
A Visit to the Lost Gold Towns, pp. 233-252
[9].
Flight over the North, pp. 253-279
[10].
Time-Table, pp. 280-282


[2000]: Ariadne Press, Riverside, CA

Brazil, Land of the Future. Translated with an afterword by Lowell A. Bangerter. Cover design by Johns. 259p. [Studies in Austrian Literature, Culture and Thought. Translation Series]

Contents:

[1].
Introduction [Stefan Zweig]
[2].
Brazil [Eight chapters]
[3].
Chronology
[4].
Afterword [Lowell A. Bangerter], pp. (255)-259


[2007]: Zweig Press

An unauthorized reprint published by the Zweig Press in 2007. ISBN number: 9-781406-755893. No address for this Zweig Press can be found

Excerpt:

[1944]: The University of Chicago Press, Chicago

Cunha, Euclides da. Rebellion in the Backlands. Translated from the Portuguese [Os Sertões] with an introduction and notes by Samuel Putnam. xxxii/526p. Quotation from Stefan Zweig's volume, p. 111

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