Sons of the Sea Goddess : Economic Practice and Discursive Conflict in Brazil

By: Robben, Antonius C

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Columbia University Press, New York, NY, U.S.A.: 1989. . After living for one and a half years with the fishermen of Camurim, a fishing community in Northeast Brazil the author is able to write on their customs, subsistance and future. Pristine unread mint condition. Illustrated dust jacket over green cloth covered end boards. 310pp. 235 x 150mm

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