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First Collection of Brazilian Slave Texts The researched, explicated and illustrated first collection of texts produced by Brazilian slaves and ex-slaves, dating from the 17th century to 2000, and ranging from interviews, trial testimony, testaments, letters, and autobiography, to poetry, journalism, and oratory. Introduction to the corpus of Afro-Brazilian slave and ex-slave texts. Discussion of theoretical issues (conditions and discourse; writing and orality, literacy and slavery; modes and agencies; expression and bondage) II. Maria do Carmo Gerônimo, the oldest woman in the world, born a slave in 1871, 17 years old at 1888 abolition, in 1995, at age 124 gives interviews (d. Mariano Pereira dos Santos, two 1982 interviews with the 122 year old ex-slave, his accounts of rural slave and emancipated life in Paraná.? The abolition of the Brazilian slave trade: Britain, Brazil and the slave trade question, Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press, Black Latin America. Los Angeles: California State University-Latin American Studies Center, Boschi, Caio César.

Maria "Chatinha" Benedita da Rocha, a 1981 interview with an Afro-indigenous ex-slave--her accounts of urban slave and emancipated life in São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro. Maria Augusta, a 113 year-old ex-slave, in 1975, interviews about her slave life in Minas Gerais.? Os leigos e o poder (Irmandades leigas e política colonizadora em Minas Gerais). Race Relations in the Portuguese Colonial Empire: Oxford, England: Clarendon Press, Boxer, Charles Ralph. Analytica açerca do commercio d'escravo e açerca dos malles da escravidão doméstica.

This research project has assembled the first collection of Brazilian slave narratives and texts.

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2001 Robert Krueger University of Northern Iowa [This working paper is for use exclusively at the LASA 2001 convention. Introduction: Brazil, the largest American slavocracy, had a tardy and weak abolitionist movement, both in Literature and Politics.

Brazilian abolitionist literature was minimally informed by slave authors or texts.

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I think I shall not remain in the United States long, unless the prospect opens for me to return to my native land..if not I think I shall go to Canada, and then fear I shall give up going entirely..lady they speak of, she is very good friends to the colored people. I [have learned] to be very careful I dont go out much.

Self-expression, self-imaging, selfrepresentation, self-identification, self-reflection.., selfliberation. Here we might study how the documentary, along with the visual, artistic, cultural self-descriptions by Brazilian slaves, reflects a unique perspective. Other sources include archives, inédita, and private holders. sui generis, along with a few other autobiographic sketches.