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From the PublisherThis is one of the best introductions to Brazil in English that one could want.
Bulletin of Hispanic Studies
Perhaps the most thoughtful analysis of nineteenth-century Brazil.
Latin American Research Review
A thoughtful interpretive history that helps us to understand both the Brazilian empire and the republic that replaced it.
Journal of Interdisciplinary History
[These essays] reveal a critical mind searching for the links between ruling classes and those ruled, between elites and masses.
American Historical Review
All facets of the 'empire'—politics, economics, culture and society—are skillfully interwoven and excellently researched.
Times of the Americas