Greenfield, who is not identified, analyzes the vast gulf between the discursive reality of imperial elites and the empirical reality experiences by the displaced sertanejos as they struggled to survive the ravages of the Great Drought in the northeastern provinces of Brazil during 1877.
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|1||The Imagined Drought||1|
|3||Views from the Provinces||53|
|4||Representation and Realities||71|