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Rio & the Best of Brazil

By Arnold Greenberg,Harriet Greenberg
  • ISBN Code: : 1588436578
  • Publisher : Hunter Publishing, Inc
  • Pages : 490
  • Category : Travel
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A 420-page travel guide with color photos and maps throughout.

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Home to long-forgotten mining towns, defunct fisheries and neglected cabins, the turbulent headwaters of the Upper Rio Grande conceal a largely unknown history. Bob Wills and his Texas Playboys brought their legendary Texas swing to Crooked Creek Canyon's S Lazy U barn dance, while a comedy of errors unfolded around the ranch's secret still. Obstetrician Dr. MaryAnn Faunce, the daughter of an abolitionist and suffragette, made house calls as a real-life Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman. Rough-and-tumble miners drawn to Creede's silver boom found accommodations ranging from the primitive to the opulent, though none as enduring as the Creede Hotel. Upper Rio Grande native Carol Ann Wetherill and author Sandra Wagner preserve and celebrate the pioneering spirit that defined the early days in this obscure corner of southern Colorado.

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These Guidelines demonstrate how development co-operation agencies can support developing countries’ efforts to integrate responses to the environmental threats into their national poverty reduction and development plans.

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Ideas about sustainability have changed considerably since the Climate Change Convention was agreed in Rio de Janeiro 20 years ago. This volume re-examines the concept of sustainability and considers what issues are now considered pertinent around the world.

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Joseph Schooling’s race to the Olympics began when he was still a boy. With the support and love of Mum and Dad, he dedicated himself to being the best swimmer he could be. From triumphant victories to devastating defeats, Joseph never gave up no matter how discouraged he got, and he finally proved that no dream is too big for a boy when he won Singapore's first Olympic Gold medal.

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  • Pdf File: rio-amazonas.pdf

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Rio Amazonas is a novel. The characters never existed, the actions never happened, the words were never said, but, modifying and elaborating the standard assertions of a disclaimer at the beginning, "Salutations, Disclaimer, Etcetera" describes the book's more intricate truth/fiction relationship. A section called "Introductions" begins the story. "Rape is the only honest commerce," says Howard, the entrepreneur, thus announcing one of the book's main themesrape of bodies, minds, and cultures. A group of American museum people in Lima, Peru plan to exploit the country for cultural and personal advantage. Ernest, the exhibit designer/protagonist, attracted to Darci, a cool young museum coordinator, is reluctant to chance an affair, and, moreover, feels outclassed by his male companions. In the main section, the book is divided into three parts, recounting exploits of the American adventurers. With each chapter, Ernest attempts advances in his increasingly fervent pursuit of Darci. Peru's geography is divided north to south into three bands (the desert coast, the highland stronghold of the ancient Inca empire, and the tropical jungle), so the book is divided into parts focused on each area. As, metaphorically, all roads once led to Rome, in Peru, all paths and jet flights lead in and out of Lima on the Pacific desert edge of the country. Lima and the search for Inca gold in the Highlands: goaded into professional conscience by the designer, Franklin O'Rourke, the brash young archeologist on the brink of fame and fortune, is undone by an integrity he did not know he had. Lima and the Coast: Dr. Janus Bodkin, curmudgeonly, womanizing old archeologist, his premier textile discovery ravaged by rich collectors, chooses an immortal interment he had not contemplated. Lima and the Amazon: Dr. Jeffrey Fortune, sensual ethnologist, realizing his own unethical behavior and ready to take the money and run, meets a bloody end in an Indian uprising. A tame, miniature Disney World-in-the-making reverts to mayhem in the Amazon: reality runs amuck. Darci meets a fate better than death in the disorienting aftermath of the localized jungle apocalypse. Uncertain as to their mutual feelings, pursued by hostile savages, Darci and Ernest escape down river. She offers non-committal sex, and he gambles by holding out for love. Truth and fiction merge, uncertainties arise: will love conquer all? will fantasies come true? will art triumph? We all crave happy endings: in a blue mist, Ernest and Darci consummate their love in "Rio Amazonas," a brief "romantic novel," short and sweet. "Postscript": a final page and life everlasting.

Culture Is Our Weapon

By Patrick Neate,Damian Platt
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  • Publisher : Penguin
  • Book Code : 1101195789
  • Total of Pages : 224
  • Category : Social Science
  • Members : 921
  • Pdf File: culture-is-our-weapon.pdf

Book Short Summary:

An inspiring mission to rescue young people from drugs and violence with music At a time when interest in Brazilian culture has reached an all-time high, and the stories of one person's ability to improve the lives of others has captured so many hearts, this unique book takes readers to the frontlines of a battle raging over control of the nation's poorest areas. Culture Is Our Weapon tells the story of Grupo Cultural AfroReggae, a Rio-based organization employing music and an appreciation for black culture to inspire residents of the favelas, or shantytowns, to resist the drugs that are ruining their neighborhoods. This is an inspiring look at an artistic explosion and the best and worst of Brazilian society.

In Rio's Shadows

By Lucy Appadoo
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  • Publisher : Lucy Appadoo
  • Book Code : N.a
  • Total of Pages : 237
  • Category : Fiction
  • Members : 328
  • Pdf File: in-rio-s-shadows.pdf

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Romance and terror in a tropical paradise. Sun, sand, surf. How could Blanca Castellano turn down the offer of a promotion to beautiful Rio de Janeiro—especially when it’s a step up in her career in Madrid? The job is a dream come true. A promotion, a new culture to explore, great colleagues to work with, including a sexy photographer named Carlos. There’s also a chance to make a name for herself by exposing a powerful story: child sex exploitation in Rio’s poverty-stricken neighbourhoods. But the return to Rio also means the return of nightmares from Blanca’s childhood—nightmares that began after her first trip to Rio, as a child with her parents on vacation. As Blanca and Carlos investigate child exploitation in Rio, the shadows of Blanca’s nightmares become dark memories of something she cannot yet understand. Shadows of Carlos’s past, too, stalk them—until they become a terrifying and dangerous reality. Together, Blanca and Carlos must learn the identity of a murderous puppet master. If you like raw emotions and a plot that twists and turns from the beach of Ipanema through the sordid favelas and the soaring luxury of Leblon, you won’t be able to stop turning the pages in Lucy Appadoo’s first book, In Rio’s Shadows from the Women Of Strength Series.

Their One-Night Rio Reunion

By Abby Green
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  • Publisher : Harlequin
  • Book Code : 0369707745
  • Total of Pages : 224
  • Category : Fiction
  • Members : 712
  • Pdf File: their-one-night-rio-reunion.pdf

Book Short Summary:

In this sizzling second-chance romance from USA TODAY bestselling author Abby Green, their marriage is over…but the passion is just beginning! For one year he’s kept his distance… For one night he can’t resist! When Ana Diaz conveniently wed tycoon Caio Salazar, her husband was coolly clear on the terms: one year of marriage to expand his empire and secure Ana’s freedom. Yet the ink is barely dry on their divorce papers before a security threat forces them together for twenty-four hours! When they're finally alone, the innocent bride who invades Caio’s dreams becomes temptation personified. It’s the last thing he wants, having closed himself to the chaos of love. Unless Ana can prove their bond is stronger than his self-preservation… From Harlequin Presents: Escape to exotic locations where passion knows no bounds. Read all the Jet-Set Billionaires books: Book 1: Penniless and Pregnant in Paradise by Sharon Kendrick Book 2: The Royal Baby He Must Claim by Jadesola James Book 3: Innocent in the Sicilian''s Palazzo by Kim Lawrence Book 4: Revealing Her Nine-Month Secret by Natalie Anderson Book 5: Cinderella for the Miami Playboy by Dani Collins Book 6: Their One-Night Rio Reunion by Abby Green Book 7: Snowbound with His Forbidden Princess by Pippa Roscoe Book 8: Return of the Outback Billionaire by Kelly Hunter

Rio Bravo

By Robin Wood
  • File : Pdf, ePub, Mobi, Kindle
  • Publisher : Bloomsbury Publishing
  • Book Code : 183871779X
  • Total of Pages : 88
  • Category : Performing Arts
  • Members : 448
  • Pdf File: rio-bravo.pdf

Book Short Summary:

This volume is a study of the classic western film 'Rio Bravo', which, according to the author, remains 'beyond politics, as an argument as to why we should all want to go on living'.

Riots, Republicanism, and Citizenship

By Marco A. Pamplona
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  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Book Code : 1000525309
  • Total of Pages : 224
  • Category : History
  • Members : 313
  • Pdf File: riots-republicanism-and-citizenship.pdf

Book Short Summary:

First Published in 1996. This book is an analysis of the different conceptions of citizenship displayed by elite republican rhetoric in the press when commenting on riots in New York City and in the City of Rio de Janeiro during the consolidation of the republican order in the United States and in Brazil.

A Study Guide for Juan A.A. Sedillo's "Gentlemen of Rio en Medio"

By Gale, Cengage Learning
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  • Publisher : Gale, Cengage Learning
  • Book Code : 1410346676
  • Total of Pages : 24
  • Category : Literary Criticism
  • Members : 754
  • Pdf File: a-study-guide-for-juan-a-a-sedillo-s-gentlemen-of-rio-en-medio.pdf

Book Short Summary:

A Study Guide for Juan A.A. Sedillo's "Gentlemen of Rio en Medio," excerpted from Gale's acclaimed Short Stories for Students. This concise study guide includes plot summary; character analysis; author biography; study questions; historical context; suggestions for further reading; and much more. For any literature project, trust Short Stories for Students for all of your research needs.