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Samba: The Making of Brazilian Carnival

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To the 70 million poor of Brazil, dreaming and planning for Carnival is an upside down ritual for exorcising their pain--a brilliant cultural and sexual release in which sequins are brighter than diamonds; prostitutes and pimps are queens and kings, and dancing skill is more prized than power.

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Samba: The Making of Brazilian Carnival
1990, Alfred A. Knopf, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780394571898

Hardcover

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