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Oscar's Brazil: A Journey to the Heart of a Nation, its People, Places and Passion for the Game (Hardback)
  • Oscar's Brazil: A Journey to the Heart of a Nation, its People, Places and Passion for the Game (Hardback)
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Oscar's Brazil: A Journey to the Heart of a Nation, its People, Places and Passion for the Game (Hardback)

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Hardback 256 Pages / Published: 05/06/2014
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It's been a long wait: 2014 sees Brazil host a World Cup for the first time since 1950. It's been a welcome return for the world's greatest game to its spiritual home; the greatest football nation on earth. The national team binds a huge and disparate country together, inspiring hope, fear and joy across every age and social class with an intensity which, once witnessed, can never be forgotten. This will be a World Cup guaranteed to take the breath away. Brazil is a country the size of a continent unparalleled in the richness and variety of its geography and with a population of nearly 200 million drawn from an incredible mix of backgrounds, many of them concentrated in two of the world's great cities: Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo. Brazil has emerged as an international powerhouse on the 21st century stage, Brazilian culture, too - samba capoeira, carnival - is well on its way to conquering the globe.

Publisher: Bonnier Books Ltd
ISBN: 9781905825844
Number of pages: 256
Weight: 1406 g
Dimensions: 253 x 249 x 21 mm

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