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Author Nabuco, Joaquim, 1849-1910.

Title Joaquim Nabuco, British abolitionists, and the end of slavery in Brazil : correspondence, 1880-1905 / edited with an introduction by Leslie Bethel and José Murilo de Carvalho
Published London : Institute for the Study of the Americas, University of London, School of Advanced Study, [2009]
©2009

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 MELB  326.8098105 Nab/Jrb  AVAILABLE
Description 187 pages ; 23 cm
regular print
Summary "A little studied aspect of the struggle to abolish slavery in Brazil in the 1880s is the relationship established and maintained 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 internationalise the struggle. These letters provide a unique insight into the evolution of Nabuco's thinking on both slavery and abolition and at the same time a running commentary on the slow and (at least until 1887-8) uncertain progress of the abolitionist cause in Brazil." --Book Jacket
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages [185]-187)
Subject Nabuco, Joaquim, 1849-1910 -- Correspondence.
Nabuco, Joaquim, 1849-1910.
Antislavery movements -- Brazil -- 19th century.
Antislavery movements -- Brazil.
Antislavery movements -- Great Britain -- 19th century.
Antislavery movements -- Great Britain.
Genre/Form Autobiographies.
Personal correspondence.
Author Bethell, Leslie.
Carvalho, José Murilo de.
University of London. Institute for the Study of the Americas.
ISBN 1900039958 (paperback)
9781900039956 (paperback)
Other Titles Correspondence. Selections