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Index
abertura. See redemocratization
Abreu, Fernanda, 297
advertisements, 121–125; for slaves,
112–115. See also newspapers
Affonso VI, 27–29
Africans, 5, 7, 11–13, 41–43, 74–76, 99,
112–113, 116–120, 327–329, 363
Afro-Brazilian culture, 149–150; identi-
fication with African diaspora and,
327–329; Reis do Congo and, 171; spiri-
tuality and, 99–100, 241, 317–319
airports and aviation, 145, 147; Galeão, 4,
238; Santos Dumont, xiv, 205
Almeida, Hilária Batista de, 149–150
Alvarenga, Thomé Correia de, 26–28
Amnesty International, 352–354
anarchists, 174–178
Andrade, Carlos Drummond de, 312
animal game (jogo do bicho), 155–157, 293
anticommunism, 146, 236–237
Araujo, Alex, 360–361
architecture, 11–12; eclectic, 163–164;
Fluminense School of, 74; modernist,
143–144, 251, 311–315; neoclassical, 74,
103; vernacular, 167–168; verticalization
of, 163
Arcos de Lapa, 12, 168–169
Argentina: Montoneros from, 275–278;
Operation Condor and, 275–277
armed forces of Brazil: 1964 coup and,
236; politics and, 83–84, 139, 143, 185–186
Assis, Machado de, 134–137, 245
Assumpção, Margarida Rosa da, 158–160
Astaire, Fred, 187
Aterro do Flamengo. See Parque do
Flamengo
authoritarianism, 146, 237–238
automobiles and automobility, 208–209,
211–212, 254–255, 270
Avenida Atlântica, 325
Avenida Central. See Avenida Rio Branco
Avenida Presidente Vargas, 208–210
Avenida Rio Branco, 163; monumental
obelisk at, 185–186
bahianas, 108–109
Baixada de Jacarepaguá, 239, 270–271
Barbalho Bezerra, Agostinho, 26–29
Barbalho Bezerra, Jeronimo, 26, 28
Barra da Tijuca, 270–274, 281
Barroso, Gustavo Dodt, 170
beaches, 200, 227, 325; beach culture, 239,
297–298; sexuality and, 240
Bezerra, Antonia Mendes, 158–162
Bica da Rainha (Fount of the Queen),
195–197
black culture. See Afro-Brazilian culture
Blystone, James J., 275–278
Bob’s (restaurant), 266–267
Bonaparte, Napoleon, 14, 60
bondes, 141
bossa nova, 146, 235
botany, 55, 57
Bragança monarchy. See João VI; Pedro I;
Pedro II
Brandão, Tânia, 288–289
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