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Elizabeth Salt Library Journal. This scholarly but accessible work about an individual now somewhat forgotten to history will be of greatest interest to scholars and. Brazilian and Amazonian history enthusiasts.
Mayhew Times Higher Education. There is also elegance of characterisation: Patrick Wilcken Literary Review. Lorna Scott Fox The Nation. Both authors are acutely aware of the costs, to humans and nature alike, of incorporating Amazonia into wider political economies.
While da Cunha should not remain a minor figure outside Brazil, Hecht is a major interpreter of Amazonian and environmental history. The International Journal for the History of Cartography. Its animating spirit, though, is intellectual history. John Hemming Times Literary Supplement.
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All the while, he worked on his masterpiece, a nationalist synthesis of geography, philosophy, biology, and journalism he named "the Lost Paradise". Da Cunha intended his epic to unveil the Amazon's explorers, spies, natives, and brutal geopolitics, but, as Susanna B.