Cachaça with the Devil ─ A Long Night of Brazilian Literature ─ with Ricardo Aleixo, João Paulo Cuenca, Ana Maria Gonçalves, Ana Paula Maia, Reinaldo Moraes and Paulo Scott

After bankruptcy in the 1980s, now, after decades of growth Brazil is in a leading position, not only in South America, but increasingly on the global stage. What are the social, cultural, and political consequences of this development? What stories have developed? Six outstanding Brazilian authors present their texts which deal with the ability of Brazilian culture to benefit from, and to rethink, various influences ─ and to produce great storytellers.

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