Brazil, Lyric, and the Americas (Paperback)Charles A. Perrone (author)
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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.
Publisher: University Press of Florida
Number of pages: 264
Weight: 395 g
Dimensions: 229 x 152 x 15 mm
""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
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