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Brazil: True Stories of Life on the Road

by Annette Haddad (Editor), Scott Doggett (Editor)

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Written almost 20 years ago and reissued, still a great anthology of true experiences in Brazil Having spent some time there, this was most relevant, even today. A fabulous read. ( )
  APopova | Jan 2, 2017 |
I read this before moving to Brazil. It was a little racy in some parts and used some inappropriate language, but it did give me an idea of what it would be like before moving to Brazil. I want to read some of the other Traveler's Tales from other countries. ( )
  tiffleeanderson | Dec 15, 2007 |
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Filled with wonderfully astute, sensual and sometimes disturbing observations of Brazil.

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