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Tent Of Miracles - Amado, Jorge
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Tent Of Miracles - Paperback

1971, ISBN: 9780394448268

Hardcover, ID: 304805684

Divisao de Geologia e Mineralogia, Brasil, Boletim No. 245, 83 Pp. + 4 Figures + folded Map / Mapa Geologico. , 1970. Softcovers; ex-corporate library; minor shelfwear w/ light creasing of corners of wraps and leaves; o/w in good condition. . Soft Cover. Good., Divisao de Geologia e Mineralogia, Brasil, Boletim No. 245, 83 Pp. + 4 Figures + folded Map / Mapa Geologico., 1970, New York: Stein and Day, 1967. Hardcover. Very Good/good. Tightly bound ex-library hardcover from an academic library with usual markings. No other interior markings to text. Very light shelf wear. Dustjacket in mylar wraps, soiling to rear of dustjacket., Stein and Day, 1967, New York. 1971. Knopf. 1st American Edition. Previous Owner’s Inscription In Front, Otherwise Very Good In Slightly Worn Dustjacket. Translated from the Portuguese by Barbara Shelby. 382 pages. August 1971. hardcover. Jacket design by Paul Bacon. 039444826x. keywords: Literature Translated Brazil Latin America. inventory # 38201. FROM THE PUBLISHER - Bahia - home of Dona Flor and Gabriela, land of heroic talkers, daring doers, Lucullan cooks, inexhaustible lovers, beautiful black women, beautiful white women, and mulatas exquisite beyond the praise of poets-is at its most gloriously Bahian, as Jorge Amado plies us with love, food, voodoo, wit and wonder, surrounds us with a cast of hundreds. (INCLUDING: fiery Black Dorotéia, who has the heart of a turtledove; indomitable Major Damião de Souza; Fausto Pena, unrequited lover and poetl; Ana Mercedes, undulating reportress in mini-skirt and mini-blouse; capoeira artists, policemen, professors, drunks, whores, directors of tourism, devotees of African gods, members of the Society of Medical Writers). and introduces us to his richest creation. Behold him! The late, lovable-roguish Pedro Archanjo, street-corner Socrates, passionate anthropologist, candomblé practitioner, acknowledged dean of the living university of Bahia’s demimonde and author of the momentous works in defense of miscegenation whose ‘discovery’ by James D. Levenson (great gringo scholar, lover, and Nobel Prize winner) has plunged Bahia into the fantastic intrigue and carnival of the Archanjo Centennial Celebration. As the celebrants pour forth from every street and house, as all doors fly open unlocking the secret life of Bahia, the novel moves back into the misty past (especially into the Tent of Miracles, once the living heart of Salvador, presided over by Lidio Corró, miracle painter, vendor of voodoo and vaudeville, tooth-yanker, impresario of the magic lantern) and forward into the intoxicating present, in search of the true Pedro Archanjo. Savant? Seducer? Riffraff? Redeemer? Like DONA FLOR AND HER TWO HUSBANDS, like GABRIELA, CLOVE AND CINNAMON, this new novel by Brazil’s most famous and beloved writer embraces the reader. in its generous, ebullient vision of earth and man. ISBN: 039444826x.

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Tent Of Miracles - Paperback

1986, ISBN: 9780394448268

Hardcover, ID: 47714001

Berkeley : University of California Press, 1986., 1986. Book. Good. Soft cover. ISBN: 0520056825 (pbk.); LCCN: 86-19224 ; lxvii, 422, xxxiv pp., maps. ; 23 cm. ; ex-lib, stamps, pocket, label ; G., Berkeley : University of California Press, 1986., 1986, New York. 1971. Knopf. 1st American Edition. Very Good In Dustjacket. Translated from the Portuguese by Barbara Shelby. 382 pages. August 1971. hardcover. Jacket design by Paul Bacon. 039444826x. keywords: Literature Translated Brazil Latin America. inventory # 33668. FROM THE PUBLISHER - Bahia - home of Dona Flor and Gabriela, land of heroic talkers, daring doers, Lucullan cooks, inexhaustible lovers, beautiful black women, beautiful white women, and mulatas exquisite beyond the praise of poets-is at its most gloriously Bahian, as Jorge Amado plies us with love, food, voodoo, wit and wonder, surrounds us with a cast of hundreds. (INCLUDING: fiery Black Dorotéia, who has the heart of a turtledove; indomitable Major Damião de Souza; Fausto Pena, unrequited lover and poetl; Ana Mercedes, undulating reportress in mini-skirt and mini-blouse; capoeira artists, policemen, professors, drunks, whores, directors of tourism, devotees of African gods, members of the Society of Medical Writers). and introduces us to his richest creation. Behold him! The late, lovable-roguish Pedro Archanjo, street-corner Socrates, passionate anthropologist, candomblé practitioner, acknowledged dean of the living university of Bahia’s demimonde and author of the momentous works in defense of miscegenation whose ‘discovery’ by James D. Levenson (great gringo scholar, lover, and Nobel Prize winner) has plunged Bahia into the fantastic intrigue and carnival of the Archanjo Centennial Celebration. As the celebrants pour forth from every street and house, as all doors fly open unlocking the secret life of Bahia, the novel moves back into the misty past (especially into the Tent of Miracles, once the living heart of Salvador, presided over by Lidio Corró, miracle painter, vendor of voodoo and vaudeville, tooth-yanker, impresario of the magic lantern) and forward into the intoxicating present, in search of the true Pedro Archanjo. Savant? Seducer? Riffraff? Redeemer? Like DONA FLOR AND HER TWO HUSBANDS, like GABRIELA, CLOVE AND CINNAMON, this new novel by Brazil’s most famous and beloved writer embraces the reader. in its generous, ebullient vision of earth and man. ISBN: 039444826x.

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[EAN: 9780394448268], [PU: Knopf], LITERATURE TRANSLATED BRAZIL LATIN AMERICA, New York. 1971. Knopf. 1st American Edition. Very Good In Worn Dustjacket W/Some Tears & Pieces Missing.Remainder Mark On Bottom Edge & Remainder Stamp On Front Free Endpaper. Translated from the Portuguese by Barbara Shelby. 382 pages. August 1971. hardcover. Jacket design by Paul Bacon. 039444826x. keywords: Literature Translated Brazil Latin America. inventory # 9137. FROM THE PUBLISHER - Bahia - home of Dona Flor and Gabriela, land of heroic talkers, daring doers, Lucullan cooks, inexhaustible lovers, beautiful black women, beautiful white women, and mulatas exquisite beyond the praise of poets-is at its most gloriously Bahian, as Jorge Amado plies us with love, food, voodoo, wit and wonder, surrounds us with a cast of hundreds. (INCLUDING: fiery Black Dorotéia, who has the heart of a turtledove; indomitable Major Damião de Souza; Fausto Pena, unrequited lover and poetl; Ana Mercedes, undulating reportress in mini-skirt and mini-blouse; capoeira artists, policemen, professors, drunks, whores, directors of tourism, devotees of African gods, members of the Society of Medical Writers). and introduces us to his richest creation. Behold him! The late, lovable-roguish Pedro Archanjo, street-corner Socrates, passionate anthropologist, candomblé practitioner, acknowledged dean of the living university of Bahia’s demimonde and author of the momentous works in defense of miscegenation whose ‘discovery’ by James D. Levenson (great gringo scholar, lover, and Nobel Prize winner) has plunged Bahia into the fantastic intrigue and carnival of the Archanjo Centennial Celebration. As the celebrants pour forth from every street and house, as all doors fly open unlocking the secret life of Bahia, the novel moves back into the misty past (especially into the Tent of Miracles, once the living heart of Salvador, presided over by Lidio Corró, miracle painter, vendor of voodoo and vaudeville, tooth-yanker, impresario of the magic lantern) and forward into the intoxicating present, in search of the true Pedro Archanjo. Savant? Seducer? Riffraff? Redeemer? Like DONA FLOR AND HER TWO HUSBANDS, like GABRIELA, CLOVE AND CINNAMON, this new novel by Brazil’s most famous and beloved writer embraces the reader. in its generous, ebullient vision of earth and man. Very Good In Worn Dustjacket W/Some Tears & Pieces Missing.Remainder Mark On Bottom Edge & Remainder Stamp On Front Free Endpaper.

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New York. 1971. Knopf. 1st American Edition. Very Good In Worn Dustjacket W/Some Tears & Pieces Missing.Remainder Mark On Bottom Edge & Remainder Stamp On Front Free Endpaper. Translated from the Portuguese by Barbara Shelby. 382 pages. August 1971. hardcover. Jacket design by Paul Bacon. 039444826x. keywords: Literature Translated Brazil Latin America. inventory # 9137. FROM THE PUBLISHER - Bahia - home of Dona Flor and Gabriela, land of heroic talkers, daring doers, Lucullan cooks, inexhaustible lovers, beautiful black women, beautiful white women, and mulatas exquisite beyond the praise of poets-is at its most gloriously Bahian, as Jorge Amado plies us with love, food, voodoo, wit and wonder, surrounds us with a cast of hundreds. (INCLUDING: fiery Black Dorotéia, who has the heart of a turtledove; indomitable Major Damião de Souza; Fausto Pena, unrequited lover and poetl; Ana Mercedes, undulating reportress in mini-skirt and mini-blouse; capoeira artists, policemen, professors, drunks, whores, directors of tourism, devotees of African gods, members of the Society of Medical Writers). and introduces us to his richest creation. Behold him! The late, lovable-roguish Pedro Archanjo, street-corner Socrates, passionate anthropologist, candomblé practitioner, acknowledged dean of the living university of Bahia’s demimonde and author of the momentous works in defense of miscegenation whose ‘discovery’ by James D. Levenson (great gringo scholar, lover, and Nobel Prize winner) has plunged Bahia into the fantastic intrigue and carnival of the Archanjo Centennial Celebration. As the celebrants pour forth from every street and house, as all doors fly open unlocking the secret life of Bahia, the novel moves back into the misty past (especially into the Tent of Miracles, once the living heart of Salvador, presided over by Lidio Corró, miracle painter, vendor of voodoo and vaudeville, tooth-yanker, impresario of the magic lantern) and forward into the intoxicating present, in search of the true Pedro Archanjo. Savant? Seducer? Riffraff? Redeemer? Like DONA FLOR AND HER TWO HUSBANDS, like GABRIELA, CLOVE AND CINNAMON, this new novel by Brazil’s most famous and beloved writer embraces the reader. in its generous, ebullient vision of earth and man. ISBN: 039444826x.

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New York. 1971. Knopf. 1st American Edition. Previous Owner’s Inscription In Front, Otherwise Very Good In Slightly Worn Dustjacket. Translated from the Portuguese by Barbara Shelby. 382 pages. August 1971. hardcover. Jacket design by Paul Bacon. 039444826x. keywords: Literature Translated Brazil Latin America. inventory # 38201. FROM THE PUBLISHER - Bahia - home of Dona Flor and Gabriela, land of heroic talkers, daring doers, Lucullan cooks, inexhaustible lovers, beautiful black women, beautiful white women, and mulatas exquisite beyond the praise of poets-is at its most gloriously Bahian, as Jorge Amado plies us with love, food, voodoo, wit and wonder, surrounds us with a cast of hundreds. (INCLUDING: fiery Black Dorotéia, who has the heart of a turtledove; indomitable Major Damião de Souza; Fausto Pena, unrequited lover and poetl; Ana Mercedes, undulating reportress in mini-skirt and mini-blouse; capoeira artists, policemen, professors, drunks, whores, directors of tourism, devotees of African gods, members of the Society of Medical Writers). and introduces us to his richest creation. Behold him! The late, lovable-roguish Pedro Archanjo, street-corner Socrates, passionate anthropologist, candomblé practitioner, acknowledged dean of the living university of Bahia’s demimonde and author of the momentous works in defense of miscegenation whose ‘discovery’ by James D. Levenson (great gringo scholar, lover, and Nobel Prize winner) has plunged Bahia into the fantastic intrigue and carnival of the Archanjo Centennial Celebration. As the celebrants pour forth from every street and house, as all doors fly open unlocking the secret life of Bahia, the novel moves back into the misty past (especially into the Tent of Miracles, once the living heart of Salvador, presided over by Lidio Corró, miracle painter, vendor of voodoo and vaudeville, tooth-yanker, impresario of the magic lantern) and forward into the intoxicating present, in search of the true Pedro Archanjo. Savant? Seducer? Riffraff? Redeemer? Like DONA FLOR AND HER TWO HUSBANDS, like GABRIELA, CLOVE AND CINNAMON, this new novel by Brazil’s most famous and beloved writer embraces the reader. in its generous, ebullient vision of earth and man. ISBN: 039444826x.

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Tent of miracles
Author:

Jorge Amado

Title:

Tent of miracles

ISBN:

039444826X

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780394448268
ISBN (ISBN-10): 039444826X
Hardcover
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Publishing year: 2001
Publisher: Knopf

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ISBN/EAN: 039444826X

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