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    Charles A. Perrone
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    University Press of Florida (February 21, 2010)
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Perrone takes us on a daring alternative voyage whose logic responds to new ways of thinking of culture and art internationally.

Perrone takes us on a daring alternative voyage whose logic responds to new ways of thinking of culture and art internationally. Examines the place of Brazilian poetry in the context of the Americas from the 1990s to the present. One of the few excellent books in English that introduce the vast territory of Brazilian poets to a wide audience.

based scholar of the Brazilian lyric. -Severino Joao Albuquerque, University of Wisconsin. Perrone retraces the dialogue of the Brazilian lyric with the poetry of the Americas in the generous spirit "This is Perrone at his most brilliant. In this highly original volume, Charles Perrone explores how recent Brazilian lyric engages with its counterparts throughout the Western Hemisphere in an increasingly globalized world.

In this highly original volume, Charles Perrone explores how recent Brazilian lyric engages with its counterparts throughout the Western Hemisphere in an increasingly globalized world. This pioneering, tour-de-force study focuses on the years from 1985 to the present and examines poetic output-from song and visual poetry to discursive verse-across a range of media.

by Charles A. Perrone. Published 2010 by University Press of Florida in Gainesville There's no description for this book ye. interfaces: insularity, invention, Brazilian lyric in/and the Americas. Published 2010 by University Press of Florida in Gainesville. Insular outreach, moveable outlook: transamerican currents in Brazilian lyric. Allusive, elusive: Brazilian reflections of/on USAmerican literature. Inter arts inter alia: film, popular music, and media lore in the poetic imagination. Three centuries, three Americas: epical fellowships and hemispheric imperatives.

In this highly original volume, Charles Perrone explores how recent Brazilian lyric engages with its counterparts throughout the Western Hemisphere in an increasingly globalized world.

Published by: University Press of Florida.

Books: Brazil, Lyric, and the Americas. Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2010. Insularity, Invention, and Interface: Brazil & Lyric In the Americas. 12th Annual Carolina Conference on Romance Literatures. University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. 11th Annual Latin American Studies Symposium. Birmingham Southern College.

Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, 1991.

by Charles A Perrone. by Charles A Perrone. Publication Date: 2010. Publication Name: Brazil, Lyric, and the Americas. Cronicas Brasileiras: Nova Fase more

by Charles A Perrone. The outright distinctiveness of concrete poetry —as a theorized verbal art — continues to make it of special interest to an international. Cronicas Brasileiras: Nova Fase more. Publication Date: 1995.

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"This is Perrone at his most brilliant. Erudite but accessible, thorough but playful: Brazil, Lyric, and the Americas is the latest contribution by the most knowledgeable U.S.-based scholar of the Brazilian lyric."--Severino Joao Albuquerque, University of Wisconsin

"Perrone retraces the dialogue of the Brazilian lyric with the poetry of the Americas in the generous spirit that the poets' utopia of solidarity will serve as a counterpoint to the harsher side of globalization."--Luiza Moreira, Binghamton University

In this highly original volume, Charles Perrone explores how recent Brazilian lyric engages with its counterparts throughout the Western Hemisphere in an increasingly globalized world. This pioneering, tour-de-force study focuses on the years from 1985 to the present and examines poetic output--from song and visual poetry to discursive verse--across a range of media.

At the core of Perrone's work are in-depth examinations of five phenomena: the use of the English language and the reception of American poetry in Brazil; representations and engagements with U.S. culture, especially with respect to film and popular music; epic poems of hemispheric solidarity; contemporary dialogues between Brazilian and Spanish American poets; and the innovative musical, lyrical, and commercially successful work that evolved from the 1960s movement Tropicalia.