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Neither Here nor There: Unsettling Encounters in Paulo Scott’s Habitante Irreal

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In his controversial speech at the opening ceremony of the 2013 Frankfurt Book Fair, Luiz Ruffato proclaimed that the greatest dilemma human beings have ever faced is dealing with the dichotomy between self and other. He went on to point out how this dichotomy lies at the heart of Brazilian identity, indeed his first example of the clash between cultures that has gone on to shape his country’s identity and national ideology was the original encounter between the indigenous peoples and the ...

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St Peters College

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Publisher:
Routledge Publisher's website
Host title:
Literature and Ethics in Contemporary Brazil
Publication date:
2017-01-05
Pubs id:
pubs:637866
URN:
uri:b36db121-5565-45e7-a0cb-65acbca6699d
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b36db121-5565-45e7-a0cb-65acbca6699d
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pubs:637866
ISBN:
9781138230316

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