Joaquim Nabuco, British Abolitionists and the End of Slavery in Brazil: Correspondence 1880-1905 Leslie Bethell

ISBN: 9781900039956

Published: March 26th 2009

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187 pages


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Joaquim Nabuco, British Abolitionists and the End of Slavery in Brazil: Correspondence 1880-1905  by  Leslie Bethell

Joaquim Nabuco, British Abolitionists and the End of Slavery in Brazil: Correspondence 1880-1905 by Leslie Bethell
March 26th 2009 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, RTF | 187 pages | ISBN: 9781900039956 | 6.30 Mb

A little-studied aspect of the struggle to abolish slavery in Brazil in the 1880s is the relationship between Joaquim Nabuco, the leading Brazilian abolitionist, and the British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society in London.The correspondence betweenMoreA little-studied aspect of the struggle to abolish slavery in Brazil in the 1880s is the relationship between Joaquim Nabuco, the leading Brazilian abolitionist, and the British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society in London.The correspondence between Nabuco and Charles Harris Allen, secretary of the Anti-Slavery Society, and other British abolitionists throughout the decade and beyond reveals a partnership consciously sought by Nabuco in order to internationalize the struggle.

These letters provide a unique insight into the evolution of Nabucos thinking on both slavery and abolition. At the same time, they offer a running commentary on the slow and (at least until 1887 88) uncertain progress of the abolitionist cause in Brazil.



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