2 edition of Rebellion in the backlands found in the catalog.
Rebellion in the backlands
Euclides da Cunha
Publishes in 1902 as Os sertoes.
|Statement||by Euclides da Cunha ; translated [from the Portuguese] by Samuel Putnam.|
|Contributions||Putnam, Samuel, 1892-1950.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||532 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||532|
Book Review of "Rebellion in the Backlands" By Euclides da Cunha Rebellion in the Backlands is set in the Northeastern backlands of Brazil. It is basically, a historical narration of a period of time ( and ) where the government of the Republic of Brazil decided to wage war against a religious group of people of about The book tells the story of one of the key episodes of Brazilian history – the War of Canudos. This was a rebellion by a large group of religious settlers in the backlands of Northern Brazil, led by Antônio Conselheiro (Anthony the Counsellor), born Antônio Maciel. The group, despite only having very basic weaponry, held out for a long time.
Rebellion is a historical drama television serial written and created by Colin Teevan for RTÉ. The series is a dramatisation of the events surrounding the Easter Rising. The story is told through the perspective of a group of fictional characters who live through the political events. The series was produced to commemorate the th Original network: RTÉ One. Rebellion in the Backlands by Euclides Da Cunha starting at $ Rebellion in the Backlands has 1 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace.
The facts are simple and strange. At the end of the last century, on a scrubland plateau in northeastern Brazil, a raggletaggle band of vagrants, robbers, and ascetics rebelled against the very idea of modern progress. They rejected the recently proclaimed Brazilian republic, and refused to pay taxes or to recognize civil marriages—all of which [ ]. A Brasilian prose classic, published there in , and translated by Samuel Putnam for the first time into English, this is a curious mixture of firebrand reporting, scientific approach and humanitarian and psychological comprehension. The story of the one year military expedition of against Canudos, held by the of the northern backlands, inflamed by the fanatic, Antonio Maciel, known.
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Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. This shopping feature will continue to load items when the Enter key is pressed. In order to navigate out of this carousel please use your heading Cited by: Rebellion in the Backlands is known for Rebellion in the Backlands is written in the fashion of a scientist - a geographer, to be exact - to the point where I would flip past multiple pages that described this one bush at the swell of this hill and blah whatnot.4/5.
Euclides da Cunha's book "Rebellion in the Backlands" was first published in in Brazil. Since then at least 15 editions have been printed. The book is a detailed military account of the war between the poverty stricken peasants, who adopted guerrilla tactics, and the Brazilian government, which maintained conventional military formations /5(10).
Rebellion in Rebellion in the backlands book Backlands Homework Help Questions. What happens in chapter II, "Man," of Rebellion in the Backlands by Euclides da Cunha. The first two chapters of Cunha's book are in fact essays. Buy Rebellion in the Backlands (Phoenix Books) Reissue by da Cunha, Euclides, Putnam, Samuel (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on /5(4). "Rebellion in the Backlands" is one of the best books ever written in the Brazilian literature and one of the most poorly known, given the intrincacies of the Euclidian vocabulary. The centennial of the first publication of the book was commemorated in not only in Brazil but also abroad, where there are many intellectuals who are keen of Cited by: The book Rebellion in the Backlands, Euclides da Cunha is published by University of Chicago Press.
Rebellion in the Backlands, da Cunha, Putnam The Chicago Distribution Center has. Other articles where Rebellion in the Backlands is discussed: Brazil: The coffee presidents: historical narrative, Os Sertões (; Rebellion in the Backlands), described a bloody struggle between government forces and a group of messianic separatists in the untamed interior of Bahia state; against this tragic backdrop, Cunha reflected on the shortcomings of Brazilian society, including.
entryway to the backlands He now finds himself upon a terrace of the continental range to the north. On the one side, the São Francisco River forms a semicircle about it, embracing two quadrants; and, on the other side, likewise curving to the southeast, in a normal line to the original direction, is the sinuous course of the Itapicurú-assú.5/5(1).
zonian border—a journey that produced its own small book. But his personal life was unhappy. Confronting his wife’s longtime lover inhe died of a bullet wound at Rebellion in the Backlands comprises two sections.
The ﬁrst introduces the reader to File Size: 95KB. Euclides da Cunha's classic account of the brutal campaigns against religious mystic Antonio Conselheiro has been called the Bible of Brazilian nationality.
"Euclides da Cunha went on the campaigns [against Conselheiro] as a journalist and what he returned with and published in is still unsurpassed in Latin American literature. Cunha is a talent as grand, spacious, entangled with 5/5(1).
Rebellion in the Backlandsby Euclides da CunhaTHE LITERARY WORK A narrative that fuses elements of history, biography, fiction, travel literature, geography, and anthropology; set in northeastern Brazil from to ; published in Portuguese (as Os Sertões) inin English in SYNOPSIS Source for information on Rebellion in the Backlands: World Literature and Its Times: Profiles.
Get this from a library. Rebellion in the backlands. [Euclides da Cunha; Samuel Putnam; Jay I. Kislak Reference Collection (Library of Congress)] -- Maps on lining-papers.
"Bibliography of the works of Euclides da Cunha": pages xxi-xxii. "A selected list of works, passages, and articles on Euclides da Cunha": p. xxii-xxiii. Euclides (archaic spelling Euclydes) da Cunha (Janu Aug ) was a Brazilian writer, sociologist and engineer. His most important work is Os Sertões (Rebellion in the backlands), a non-fictional account of the military expeditions promoted by the Brazilian government against the rebellious village of Canudos, known as the War of Canudos/5.
Read "Rebellion in the Backlands" by Euclides da Cunha available from Rakuten Kobo. Euclides da Cunha's classic account of the brutal campaigns against religious mystic Antonio Conselheiro has been called Brand: University of Chicago Press. Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats Summary: Examining the brutal campaign against religious mystic Antonio Conselheiro and his rebels, this work is an account of the resistance of the backland natives at the seige of Canudos inand a treatise on the geography, climatology and anthropology of Brazil's back countries and.
Rebellion in the Backlands: Books - Skip to main content. Try Prime EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Orders Try Prime Cart. Books Go Search Best Sellers Gift 5/5(3). Rebellion in the Backlands Adjust Share With parallels to the Spanning nearly seven hundred pages and mixing sociology, geology, military history, and philosophy, the book provides a useful lens on the state’s continuous use of violence to maintain control of its population, from colonization to its military dictatorship to Bolsonaro.
The historical personages of Rebellion in the Backlands are not developed or viewed from inside as are characters in a novel. Cunha often gives only their names, and even then he shows an.
"Rebellion in the Backlands" is one of the best books ever written in the Brazilian literature and one of the most poorly known, given the intrincacies of the Euclidian vocabulary. The centennial of the first publication of the book was commemorated in not only in Brazil but also abroad, where there are many intellectuals who are keen of /5(6).
Rebellion In The Backlands () About book: For the last week, I have been immersed in this unexpectedly great history. For some strange reason, I have confused this book with Guimaraes's The Devil to Pay in the Backlands; and I have always assumed that the Brazilian film O Cangaceiro by Lima Barreto was based on Rebellion in the Backlands.Book Review | August 01 Rebellion in the Backlands Rebellion in the Backlands.
By da Cunha, Euclydes. Translated by Putnam, Samuel. (Chicago: University of Chicago Press,Cited by: Rebellion in the backlands by Euclides da Cunha; 6 editions; Subjects: History, Canudos Campaign (Brazil: ) fast (OCoLC)fst; Places: Brazil; Times: Canudos Campaign,Conselheiro Insurrection,