6 edition of Brazilian serial documents found in the catalog.
Sponsored by the Indiana University Latin American Studies Program.
|LC Classifications||Z1679 .L65 1974|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxvii, 445 p.|
|Number of Pages||445|
|LC Control Number||73016533|
personal details. The serial number is perforated through pages ( in business book). Observations An electronic chip and antenna is visible on page 32 (48). Extra Checks The holograms are on three patches attached to the underside of the laminate on page Title of ERIC document (Report No. AB). City, ST: Sponsoring Entity. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED ) Institutional Author. (). Title of ERIC document (Report No. AB). City, Country: Sponsoring Entity. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED ) EXAMPLE CITATIONS Badden, M. R. ().
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Lettres inédites du Maréchal Bugeaud, duc dIsly (1808-1849)
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BRAZILIAN SERIAL DOCUMENTS: A SELECTIVE AND ANNOTATED GUIDE [Mary Lombardi] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Bloomington 1st Indiana. Genre/Form: Brazilian serial documents book Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lombardi, Mary, Brazilian serial documents.
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Tristão Raposo, a nineteen-year-old black child of the Rio de Janeiro slums, spies Isabel Leme, an eighteen-year-old upper-class white girl, across the hot sands of Copacabana Beach. This instruction document is meant to show you the two different ways to find the correct book for your machine.
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Part three: Documenting a country 6 It’s all Brazil AMIR LABAKI 7 A cinema of conversation – Eduardo Coutinho’s Santo Forte and Babilônia VERÔNICA FERREIRA DIAS Part four: Sertão and favela: the eternal return 8 The sertão and the favela in contemporary Brazilian film IVANA BENTES 9 The sertão in the Brazilian imaginary at the end of the millennium LUIZ ZANIN ORICCHIO.
Brazilian coding standards are similar to GS1 standards but not exactly the same. Batch number and, obviously, a GTIN follows the same format required by GS1. However, there are differences regarding the (numerical) serial number (13, not 20 digits), the.
The difficulties faced by a young, sweet-hearted white slave targeted by the obsession of her lord in the Brazilian colonial time period. Stars: Rubens de Falco, Lucélia Santos, Gilberto Martinho.
Clara dos Anjos, by Lima Barreto (c.published in ). This novel, at first meant to be a “black Germinal” (as the author phrased it, as early as inin one diary entry), is a welcome anomaly amid its context, specifically, post-abolitionist, early republican protagonist, a young, mixed-raced woman who lives on the outskirts of Rio de Janeiro, is in all aspects a.The series publishes translations of classic and contemporary works of Brazilian literature with an emphasis on contemporary authors.
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