By Harvey G. Summ
This feature of excerpts and essays delineates Brazilian tradition as exemplified by way of its humans. items that supply a normal evaluate of Brazilian peoples are by way of 4 chronological sections, every one of that is preceded by way of a ancient cartoon of the interval less than exam.
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São Paulo: Edições Melhoramentos, Editora da Universidade de São Paulo, 1971), 211-26, 230. Translated and adapted by G. Harvey Summ. Page 4 experience, they know the violence of nature and have learned to face italmost always without support, relying on themselves alone in their attempts to tame the land. The kindness of Brazilians, both a strength and a weakness, is perhaps one of their most distinctive traits; it stands out immediately. It appears to spring from the soul and the temperament of the people.
Rosenn 22 6. The Portuguese Heritage: Adaptability Stuart B. Schwartz 29 III. The Empire (1822-1889): No Real Rupture with the Past 37 7. José Dias: Cultural Symbol Clodomiro Vianna Moog 41 8. A Master-Slave Relationship Henry Koster 48 9. The Depraved Man John Luccock 49 10. Self-Interest, Carried to Excess Auguste de Saint-Hilaire 53 11. An Extremely Lively Imagination Georg Wilhelm Freireyss 57 12. A Worthy Subject for a Popular History Karl Friedrich Philipp von Martius 59 13. Long-Standing Differences of Color, Position, and Wealth Hermann Burmeister 64 14.
Primitively simple, and easily satisfied in material needs, Brazilians have the sobriety of inhabitants of a country that has poor cultivable land. Their farmlands need to be occupied continuously and worked incessantly to maintain their value. They had to get used to mountainous, tropical, hard, and savage terrain. Slopes, prolonged droughts, and torrential rains are obstacles to cultivation. Frugal in food and in other ways, Brazilians are not and never have been tormented by the thirst for gold.
Brazilian mosaic: portraits of a diverse people and culture by Harvey G. Summ