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  • Author:
    Rod W. Horton,Gilberto Freyre
  • ISBN:
    0520056825
  • ISBN13:
    978-0520056824
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    University of California Press (February 5, 1987)
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    512 pages
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Gilberto Freyre, Rod W. Horton (Translator)

Gilberto Freyre, Rod W. Horton (Translator). Whereas in the earlier books Freyre described the rural patriarchy of Brazil during its flourishing years as a colony, the slow breakdown of This volume continues the great study of Brazilian civilization by Gilberto Freyre, Latin America’s most distinguished social historian, which began with The Masters and the Slaves and was followed by The Mansions and the Shanties.

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ISBN 10: 0520056825 ISBN 13: 9780520056824. Publisher: University of California Press, 1987.

Freyre's Masters and Slaves forms what is considered by many to be a trilogy of books published in the 1930's that revolutionized Brazilian Studies. Freyre, the most popular and readable of the three, was a Pernambucano (from the sugar cane regions around Recife) and often blurs the distinction between Brazil as a whole and sugar-cane regions of Brazil. His methodology reflects his education, a US oriented 1930's anthropological perspective (he was a student of Franz Boas).

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