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Vinicius Jatoba, one of Granta’s Best of Young Brazilian Novelists, on four female, contemporary writers whose work he particularly admires.
Antonio Marcio Da Silva examines Patrícia Galvão’s depiction of São Paulo’s geographical spaces of segregation, and the issues that industrialisation brought to 1920s Brazil.
In addition to talent, exclusion is also a strong component in Brazilian literature. Rosane Carneiro addresses this, through a singular and bold history that is common in the country.