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THE SPECTATOR – Machado de Assis wasn’t the Dickens of Brazil— but he is one of the greats.

Described by his biographer David Jackson as ‘the major figure of all time in Latin American literature’, the 19th-century Brazilian novelist has been unjustly neglected in the English-speaking world. http://www.spectator.co.uk/books/9605362/machado-de-assis-wasnt-the-dickens-of-brazil-but-he-is-one-of-the-greats/ […]

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