By Lamonte Aidoo, Daniel F. Silva
The 1st book-length edited assortment on Machado de Assis, this quantity deals essays on Machado de Assis' paintings that provide new severe views not just Brazilian literature and heritage, but additionally to social, cultural, and political phenomena that proceed to have worldwide repercussions.
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Author of Poesia com coisas (1983), on the poet João Cabral de Melo Neto and Passionate Fictions: Gender Narrative and Violence in Clarice Lispector (1994), she has also published several essays on these writers, as well as on others, mainly poets. She has recently written on Brazilian cinema, with a focus on documentary film. Giulia Ricco obtained both her BA (2010) and MA (2012) in Foreign Languages and Literature at the University of Bologna, Italy, with an emphasis in English and Portuguese.
SILVA Francisco José de Assis, a mulatto son of freed slaves, and Maria Leopoldina da Câmara Machado, an Azorean working-class immigrant. Francisco was a painter and Maria, a washwoman. The family resided in the home of their employer, Dona Maria José de Mendonça Barrozo Pereira, wife of the then-deceased Senator Bento Barroso Pereira, as dependent workers, or agregados. Dona Maria José would become Machado’s godmother, giving him his middle name. Throughout his childhood, Machado experienced two vastly different worlds in terms of race and class: the poverty and deplorable conditions facing the then capital city’s enslaved population, and the privilege and abuses of slaveholders of the nation’s elite.
Additionally, her articles have appeared in a number of peer-reviewed journals, such as Revista de Crítica Literaria Latinoamericana, Afro-Hispanic Review, Luso-Brazilian Review, Ellipsis: Journal of the American Portuguese Studies Association, and Revista de Letras. Her current book project discusses the overlap of discourses on immigration and slavery and servitude in order to reveal the cross-currents of the Portuguese and African Diasporas in Brazil. Lilia Moritz Schwarcz is Full Professor in Anthropology at the University of São Paulo.