Brazil

Brazil

Book - 2012
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From the Venezuelan border and the forest of the Lost World where Palin encounters the Yanomami and their ongoing territorial war with the gold miners, journeys by river to the headwaters of Xingu, by plane over huge tracts of forest, by steam train, and by road along the TransAmazonica, allow Palin to reach a kaleidoscopic mix of people. Palin's journey ends at the border with Uruguay and the spectacular Iguacu Falls.
Publisher: London, England : Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 2012.
ISBN: 9780297866268
Characteristics: 319 pages :,color illustrations, color map, col. portraits ;,28 cm.
Additional Contributors: Pao, Basil

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Jul 13, 2015

Another one of Michael Palin's companion books to his documentaries, and filled with plenty of photography in its own right. Mr. Palin is an engaging fellow, whose curiousity makes him such a good travel host and writer, and this examination of a wide swath of Brazil's land, culture, and people is certainly eye opening.

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