Capoeira and Candomble: Conformity and Resistance in Brazil Floyd Merrell

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Capoeira and Candomble: Conformity and Resistance in Brazil  by  Floyd Merrell

Capoeira and Candomble: Conformity and Resistance in Brazil by Floyd Merrell
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Expect no deep scholarly treatment, warns Merrell (Purdue U.) as he draws on his personal experience and reading to provide an introduction and impression of the music-dance-sport Capoeira, created by African slaves in Brazil, and Candombelé, aMoreExpect no deep scholarly treatment, warns Merrell (Purdue U.) as he draws on his personal experience and reading to provide an introduction and impression of the music-dance-sport Capoeira, created by African slaves in Brazil, and Candombelé, a hybrid religion combining Catholic and African beliefs and practices.

The two are intimately related, he says, and together make up a coherent form of life in Brazil. He has not indexed his work. Annotation ©2005 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR



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