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Da Cunha's Bible of the Brazilian Nation
In this episode of Penguin Classics on Air, Elda has an interview with Elizabeth Lowe, Professor & Director of the Center for Translation Studies, Culture and Linguistics…
In this episode of Penguin Classics on Air, Elda has an interview with Elizabeth Lowe, Professor & Director of the Center for Translation Studies, Culture and Linguinstics for University of Illinois-Champaign. She also has a conversation with Ilan Stavans, who since 1993 he has been on the faculty at Amherst College, Massachusetts, where he is the Lewis-Sebring Professor in Latin American and Latino Culture. They discuss the book Backlands by Euclides da Cunha, which is called the 'Bible of the Brazilian Nation' by some.
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