Les Terres Du Bout Du Monde Jorge Amado

ISBN: 9782070384259

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Les Terres Du Bout Du Monde  by  Jorge Amado

Les Terres Du Bout Du Monde by Jorge Amado
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Originally published in Portuguese in 1943 as Terras do sem fim by Livraria Martins Editoria, Brazil. In this short novel, the aristocratic Badaros family is pitted against the middle-class planter Colonel Horacio Silveira in a struggle to obtain aMoreOriginally published in Portuguese in 1943 as Terras do sem fim by Livraria Martins Editoria, Brazil.

In this short novel, the aristocratic Badaros family is pitted against the middle-class planter Colonel Horacio Silveira in a struggle to obtain a crucial piece of land for the growing of cacao. Amados true subject—and one he frequently comes back to—is the effect of the Bahia regions vast cacao plantations on the local citizens and the communities in which they live.



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